A guide to the Edison cylinder phonograph: a handbook for collectors containing details of the spring-driven models produced from 1895-1929, with some notes on the earlier models manufactured by the North American Phonograph Co., the National Phonograph Co. and later Edison Companies at Orange, New Jersey, U.S.A.
Antony, 1970 - Music - 63 pages
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The Development of the Edison Phonograph
Edison STANDARD Phonograph
Edison lDE Ll A Phonograph
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35 dollars 4-minute cylinders 50 dollars Accessories Adjusting Screw Antique oak banner transfer Base black Cygnet horn Blue Amberol cylinders Blue Amberol records brass horn camel-hair chip-brush carrier-arm Circassian Combination Attachment CONCERT phonograph Diamond Model diaphragm Dimensions dollars ln dollars Model earlier models Edison machines Edison recorder Feed Screw finish Cygnet horn fitted FlRESlDE gear GEM Phonograph gilt lining gonal H reproducer hearing tube Height horn crane horn equipment later Model lDELlA lntroduced mahogany cabinet mahogany Music Master mandrel Master Cygnet horn Model H Model R reproducer Music Master Cygnet Music Master horn oak cabinet oak finish oak Music Master oil-can OPERA phono place of Model Plate polygonal straight horn Price 5 dollars repro sapphire Set Screw shaved blanks shaving device similar to Model Single-spring Speaker speaking tube spring SPRlNG MOTOR STANDARD Combination Standard cylinders STANDARD Model straight edge supplied swing-arm top-plate TRlUMPH phonograph United Kingdom winding crank