"an old wind-up gramophone"

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The Gramophone, also known as the Phonograph or Record Player, was the most common device used in Britain between the late 1870s and the 1980s for playing audio recordings. Gramophone was the British term for Phonograph. Older models were powered by winding a handle and were known as 'wind-up gramophones'.