The Bell Piano & Organ Company Limited of Guelph, Ontario manufactured a phonograph labelled Bell Euphonic beginning about 1925.

The full story of this company and its involvement in the piano and phonograph trade from its warerooms at 146 Yonge Street in Toronto is told at

This Bell Euphonic is in the collection of the Guelph Civic Museum, accession number 1985.49.1. Photographs are courtesy of Guelph Museums. The photograph of the label showing the serial number, 1966, is courtesy of Bill Pratt.

Bell must have been struggling with an identity for their new style phonograph because they also produced an identical model which they named a Bellphonic. The only difference seems to be the logo and the gold-plated, or -painted, hardware on the two front cabinet doors. Photographs supplied by Norman Brooks.