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Thorens Excelda

Excelda 06

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Excelda 06
All fittings removed from the case.
Posted on April 12, 2015

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2 Comments

Reply Richard Brezner
12:25 PM on January 23, 2022 
Hello,
I 19m enjoying the photos on your extremely well thought out website. I own what I ghouls was an Excelda, but as I look through your photos, there are differences, though the parts and case are exactly the same 26 except for lettering. The case on mine is brown and the metal tag says: THORENS, and underneath it, in smaller print says Made In Switzerland. Nothing about a patent. On the case, there 19s nothing embossed, meaning that the model does not exist. 1CCartridge 1D (forgive my ignorance, but I don 19t remember the part names, but this part puts out the sound and holds the needle (I used to collect phono needle tins) 26 I 19m also a record collector and former engineer and music consultant) I 19m going to try and sell this gramophone but would like to know more about it, especially the model, and how on earth to get the winding handle back in the case! Sorry to bother you but can you help me in some way? What 19s your fee for a possible phone call, or zoom? I can provide photos as well. For info sake, it 19s in extremely nice condition.
If you don 19t provide this service, I understand.
Sincerely,
Richard Brezner

Thank you so much.
Reply Richard Brezner
12:21 PM on January 23, 2022 
Hello,
I’m enjoying the photos on your extremely well thought out website. I own what I ghouls was an Excelda, but as I look through your photos, there are differences, though the parts and case are exactly the same… except for lettering. The case on mine is brown and the metal tag says: THORENS, and underneath it, in smaller print says Made In Switzerland. Nothing about a patent. On the case, there’s nothing embossed, meaning that the model does not exist. “Cartridge” (forgive my ignorance, but I don’t remember the part names, but this part puts out the sound and holds the needle (I used to collect phono needle tins)… I’m also a record collector and former engineer and music consultant) I’m going to try and sell this gramophone but would like to know more about it, especially the model, and how on earth to get the winding handle back in the case! Sorry to bother you but can you help me in some way? What’s your fee for a possible phone call, or zoom? I can provide photos as well. For info sake, it’s in extremely nice condition.
If you don’t provide this service, I understand.
Sincerely,
Richard Brezner

Thank you so much.