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Harmony “Mayflower”

Harmony “Mayflower” Door Chime

Harmony "Mayflower" Vintage Long Chime doorbell

Harmony “Mayflower” tubular door-chime

This chime is from the Harmony Manufacturing Company of Los Angeles, another California company.

This early door chime has a prominent ceramic emblem that looks like the Mayflower of Plymouth Rock fame.

The strikers have leather tips which is usually found on pre-war door chimes.

The mechanism is robust with two wooden knobs for adjusting the distance of the tubes from the striker to achieve the optimum sound.

1 thought on “Harmony “Mayflower””

  1. I believe I have a Harmony Mayflower chime that needs some repair. It’s in a house built in 1939. Before I begin repairing it I’m hoping you can tell me what voltage it operates at. I suspect it’s 24 volts. Do you know the answer?

    Many thanks in advance.

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