Huge Gramophone Collection

It must be a record? one man’s amazing collection of 300 gramaphones discovered in his modest two-up two-down terrace after his death go under the hammer.Expected to fetch more than £50,000 the unique treasure trove was hoarded over 40 years by music fanatic Roger Thorne.Despite being well-known as a collector Roger only revealed the true extent of his passion for gramaphones after his death just before Christmas last year.

It must be a record? one man's amazing collection of 300 gramaphones discovered in his modest two-up two-down terrace after his death go under the hammer.Expected to fetch more than £50,000 the unique treasure trove was hoarded over 40 years by music fanatic Roger Thorne.Despite being well-known as a collector Roger only revealed the true extent of his passion for gramaphones after his death just before Christmas last year.

It must be a record? one man's amazing collection of 300 gramaphones discovered in his modest two-up two-down terrace after his death go under the hammer.Expected to fetch more than £50,000 the unique treasure trove was hoarded over 40 years by music fanatic Roger Thorne.Despite being well-known as a collector Roger only revealed the true extent of his passion for gramaphones after his death just before Christmas last year.

It must be a record? one man's amazing collection of 300 gramaphones discovered in his modest two-up two-down terrace after his death go under the hammer.Expected to fetch more than £50,000 the unique treasure trove was hoarded over 40 years by music fanatic Roger Thorne.Despite being well-known as a collector Roger only revealed the true extent of his passion for gramaphones after his death just before Christmas last year.

It must be a record? one man's amazing collection of 300 gramaphones discovered in his modest two-up two-down terrace after his death go under the hammer.Expected to fetch more than £50,000 the unique treasure trove was hoarded over 40 years by music fanatic Roger Thorne.Despite being well-known as a collector Roger only revealed the true extent of his passion for gramaphones after his death just before Christmas last year.