Chordephon

The Chordephon came into being late in 1895, the invention of three Germans: T.B. Puttman, M.O. Clause, and P.R. Puttner. With industrialist H.E.C. Felix, these men formed the Fabrik Mechanischer ZIthern Chordephon Claus and Co. in Leipsiz. At least four British patents were obtained in relation to the Chordephon, and the company operated until some short time prior to World War I.



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