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Perophone was the brand-name of Vernon Lockwood Manufacturing Co., City Rd, London, first used about 1910. They produced conventional, but often above quality British Gramophones.
Perophone records were made for sale by Lockwoods of City Road, London.
Known as Micro-Perophone Gramophones by 1927, probably called "Micro" after the Bettini Micro-Phonograph which was so called to indicate the minute acoustic details it was capable of producing.