Edison Home Phonograph with Painted Morning Glory Horn
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This cylinder playing Edison Home Phonograph is in excellent original condition. The oak case measures 16 wide, 9 deep and 12.5 tall. The gold stenciling is intact and in excellent condition. The domed lid is secured with its original clips. The crank is also original. The last patent date was 1903 and the serial number is H217866. The reproducer is a Model C and has a 2 minute stylus. The enameling on the parts is in excellent condition. The machine works perfectly. It comes with its nickel plated adjustable support bar. There is some wear or loss on the plating but nothing offensive. The original hand painted morning glory shaped horn measures 30.5 long and 22 in diameter, resulting in a wonderful projection of sound. The black horn is in excellent condition having white roses with red centers amongst green leaves. There is a small dent in the throat of the horn down close to the reproducer. The horn is marked T T Co which is the Tea Tray Company. They provided horns for the Edison Company.
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