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Charles Miller Ltd is offering two lots linked to Herbert Ponting. First up is lot 247 a Beck No. 3 Universal Telephoto lens no. 102233 in a leather case which is embossed H.G. PONTING, F.R.G.S. The second lot, 248 is a photograph [Chris] A sledge dog listening to the gramophone with an official edition label numbered 109/400.  The Gramophone Co. gave Scott a Monarch Senior machine, the top model of the day, along with several hundred mainly single-sided shellac records. In this image, Ponting revisits the famous Dog and Gramophone trademark which had been adopted in 1909 by the Gramophone Co. which was then renamed His Master's Voice.

Both are offered in a specialist Maritime and Scientific Instrument auction on 26 April 2022. 


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