In 1918, as the Victor patents expired, everybody and his brother attempted to enter the Victrola business. A new participant needed something to distinguish his product from his competitor, and the Brooks Manufacturing Company of Saginaw, Michigan was one of the few to fit their instrument with a repeating attachment.
Brooks advertised that their automatic repeating phonograph would play any kind of record, any number of times. A dial on the machine allowed the operator to select up to nine plays, or continous play.
We buy, sell, and repair antique phonographs and music boxes.
Pick-up and delivery possible in many parts of the midwest, south, and northeast.