Thomas A. Edison fireside Phonograph in an oak case with a metal horn & winder, the metal plate reading 'Edison fireside Phonograph Combination type manufactured under the Patents of Thomas A. Edison, et al, at Orange, N.J., U.S.A. Oct. 27, 1896. May, 31,
A French oak Phonograph and music cabinet, circa 1919, the top opening to reveal the Pathe 'Avec Coq' phonograph mechanism, a panelled door below opening to three shelves, the cabinet with cartouche of maker 'Cf' with cross of Lorraine, the whole supported
An Edison cylinder Phonograph, model F, serial number 778968, circa 1905, the apparatus mounted atop an oak case with cover and carrying handle, with blue-painted ‘Morning Glory’ horn and supporting crane. Height 28 cm (case overall, closed, not including
Edison Fireside Phonograph, combination type, latest patent date 1905 on metal label. The phonograph with the dome cover fitted measures 32 x 28 x 21 cm, missing its winder & horn. working condition. Plus Edison type Music Cylinders (24)
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