The Operaphone was manufactured by the Starr Company of Canada, London, Ontario.

The first advertisement that we have for the Made-in-Canada Operaphone, courtesy of Norman Brooks, is an invitation by Canadian Mail Order House, London, Ontario to receive full particulars of the big money-saving offer on a high-grade "Operaphone" (The Farmers Advocate), September 16, 1915, p. 1494.

For three days in 1918 - October 9, 10, 11 - LePage Individual Communion Cup Co, 2382 Dundas Street West, Toronto advertised The Operaphone, "a high grade gramophone direct from factory to consumer", in the Toronto Daily Star and The Globe newspapers.

Toronto Daily Star, October 9, 1918, p. 15.

The Globe, October 10, 1918, p. 2.

The Province (Vancouver), December 5, 1919, p. 19.

The Free Press (London, Ontario), December 23, 1920, p. 3. A Christmas ad from the manufacturer, Starr Company of Canada Ltd.

The Western Home Monthly, December 1920, p. 44.

An Operaphone for sale in Peterborough, Ontario in 2023.

Norman Brooks supplied photographs of two Operaphones.