The Talking Machine: An Illustrated Compendium, 1877-1929
An incredible variety of antique record players is documented, including those with external-horns as well as internal-horn devices, collectively known as "talking machines." The authoritative text and up-to-date value guide complement hundreds of photos to provide in this one volume a veritable library on the subject.
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The Compleat Talking Machine: A Collector's Guide to Antique Phonographs
Eric L. Reiss
Limited preview - 2007
The Beginnings of the Talking 19091914
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