The Table Grand was being advertised by November 1925. This example is probably the Table Grand. It is fitted with Seymour parts available in his catalogue. The "Collier" Patent Ebonite rectangle horn, the Seymour tonearm and the first E.M.G marked soundbox which is really just a Seymour Concert soundbox which in turn was a generic European design commonly sold as the Pianina Grand Concert sound box. Only known example to have survived.
The EMG Super Table Grand is advertised as fitted with a Seymour/Wilson pivot bearing tonearm with Quincke Tube and a "Lifebelt". No examples have surfaced as yet.
Video of this Table Grand on YouTube
|E.M.G Table Grand||Seymour Type B or Seymour/Wilson Gooseneck||Thorens or Collaro (+£2)||Luxus / Jewel / EMG Seymour Concert||Collier Patent Ebonite. 12¼" X 6"||H-"20 W-20" D-22"||£18||1925|
|E.M.G Super Table Grand||Wilson Gooseneck with "Lifebelt"||Thorens Double-spring||Exhibition converted by Harry Virtz||Collier Patent Ebonite. 12¼" X 6"||H-"20 W-20" D-22". Oak-£14. Mahogany-£15. Walnut-£16. Teak (Special Overseas Model)-£18||£15-£18||1926|