The Burrophone was manufactured for and sold exclusively by the F.C. Burroughes Furniture Co. Ltd., corner of Queen and Bathurst Streets, Toronto.

Toronto Daily Star, November 9, 1918, p. 7

Toronto Daily Star, December 7, 1918, p. 9. This is the only instance we have ever seen of a phonograph being sold at a specially-reduced price together with a complete room outfit consisting of a large armchair, rocker and oak table.

Toronto Daily Star, August 7, 1919, p. 11. In 1919 the Burrophone cabinet phonograph is "a wise addition to the living-room".

Toronto Daily Star, August 28, 1919, p. 9. A tabletop Burrophone with a matching record cabinet.

Toronto Daily Star, November 6, 1920, p. 12

Toronto Daily Star, November 27, 1920, p. 11

Toronto Daily Star, March 22, 1921, p. 19. The same grille design that was used on the Grandola, Purdy and possibly Canadian phonographs.

Toronto Daily Star, September 15, 1922, p. 5

Toronto Daily Star, December 15, 1922, p. 5

Toronto Daily Star, October 27, 1923, p. 5

Toronto Daily Star, January 12, 1928, p. 22. Clearance sale of pianos and phonographs including a Burrophone.

Betty Pratt sends the following images from a magazine with the text:

The Burrophone: "Here's a few of the 70 pages in a 1929 magazine for Burrough's Furniture, 641-647 Queen St. W.

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