Music from the past Grammaphones
JR0649 Edison floor model phonograph
Mahogany case, Diamond Disc, Model C250
Edison Floor Model C250 Cabinet Phonograph. Edison upright floor model phonograph has a mahogany cabinet with pierced carved speaker cover, lower door with 2 disc drawer interior, long corbeled feet continuing up through pilaster columns in the chamfered corners and hinged lid with gold Edison decal underneath. 12 in. spring driven turntable with crank on the right side of the case, in good working condition, signed on a metal tag “Edison Disc Phonograph”, model C-250, serial number SM 17102. With 107 Diamond Disc records, case has an overcoated finish, top of lid has some moisture damage to the finish. 50.5 in. high x 23 in. wide x 25 in. deep.
JR0665 Victrola Gramophone “Credenza” model, 4 LP books
Includes generous quantity of records
VICTROLA DISC PHONOGRAPH, “Credenza” model 8-30 c. 1925-28. Considered the most famous of the Orthophonic Victrolas, it contains the longest internal horn Victor made at six feet; the 4-spring motor runs a 12″ turntable 20 minutes on one winding; the lift-top cabinet features a cloth speaker grill behind double doors flanked by narrow record storage cabinets. Dimensions: 45.5″H x 31.25″W x 21.75″D.
JR0671 Edison Phonograph, Model B80
Does not include stand
Edison Model “B80″ Phonograph plays Edison Diamond Disc Records – 17.5″ X 17.5″ X 23.5” Table Top Oak Cabinet
Edison Diamond Disc Model B80
Introduced in 1912 at a cost of $80 as the A80, this model was distinguished by its belt drive motor, with the turntable driven by a rubber belt rather than the usual drive gear. The improved B80 was introduced in 1914.
Fairy Phonograph Lamp
Manfactured by Endless-Graph Manufacturing. Chicago Illinois.
Phongraph built into a lamp, electrically operated motor, sound amplifying chamber in the base of the lamp. It is a table model restored in a metal case. When not use, the phonograph is covered with a lid with a eagle figurine.
Built in April 1920
Invented by Canadian Roman Gosett
Phonograph Arm Turns Up When Not Playing Record to Use as Lamp Only
Base Contains Horn, Upper Portion Contains Electric Motor for Turntable
Volume Control on One Arm
Turntable Speed Controller Under Turntable
Eagle Head Cover
JR0610 Columbia Graphophone, Oak case, nickel horn, Model B1
13” x 13” x 8” TYPE B1 c. 1906
9-petal horn is likely of nickel-plated brass and measures approximately 21″ at the diameter and 18″ tall; one petal hosts a handful of superficial scratches while some of the other petals show a few minor dings; the threaded screw-on portion shows incipient separation mechanical components of graphophone are all present including original 10″ green felt turntable, Analyzing Reproducer with volume regulator, crank and motor, and speed control
JR0697 Edison Phonograph standard
Model circa 1928.
Cygnet horn, black metal,oak Case, Model B
Housed in a highly polished oak cabinet with wing type clips to secure the id, this cylinder player is slightly larger than the Standards. Manufacturer’s plaque is marked with serial number 323003. Includes crank, Cygnet horn, and support bracket. Dimensions: 16″W x 10-1/2″D x 12-1/2″T