The ORO-PHONE The ORO-PHONE was manufactured by the ORO-TONE Company of Chicago, Illinois in the mid 1920's.

The machine sported a reproducer that bore a strong resemblance to a Victor Orthophonic.  Combined with the name, it appears the company was attempting to leverage the Orthophonic name recognition.   The turntable was a diminutive six inches.

Dimensions: 5 inches high, 11.5 inches wide, 12 inches deep.

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