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Victor, Edison, Columbia and other antique outside horn phonographs for sale

an image of Edison Standard Phonograph - Model B - Restored
Item no 881
Edison Standard Phonograph - Model B - Restored

A nicely refinished and restored Edison Standard. Standards are a compact, robust and reliable mechanism when properly restored, and make an excellent starter machine.

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$650
an image of Bing Pigmyphon
Item no 880
Bing Pigmyphon

Just as cute as can be, this little toy Bing Pigmyphon phonograph hardly takes up any room.

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$350
an image of Columbia Vertical Crank AJ - Parts
Item no 879
Columbia Vertical Crank AJ - Parts

Box and motor from the earliest version of the AJ, introduced in 1901. Useful in a restoration because many parts are unique to this version.

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$400
an image of Edison Model C Standard - Restored
Item no 878
Edison Model C Standard - Restored

A relatively scarce version of the Edison Standard Phonograph, the Model C Standard was introduced in 1908. This machine has been restored, and our idea of restoration differs from sellers on a venue such as ebay. This machine has really been restored.

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$650
an image of Victor II with Wooden Horn - Restored
Item no 875
Victor II with Wooden Horn - Restored

This Victor II with smooth wooden horn has been cosmetically, mechanically and acoustically restored.

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$2200
an image of Edison Opera Phonograph - All Original
Item no 874
Edison Opera Phonograph - All Original

This nice, clean, original untouched mahogany Opera plays well. This is the way you love to find rare phonographs, but hardly do anymore.

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$4500
an image of Edison Fireside Phonograph with maroon baby morning glory horn
Item no 872
Edison Fireside Phonograph with maroon baby morning glory horn

Reliable and absolutely adorable with the small red morning glory horn, this combination Fireside has been mechanically rebuilt and refinished.

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$1100
an image of Standard Talking Machine Company, Model A
Item no 871
Standard Talking Machine Company, Model A

This exceptionally clean and beautiful Standard A has also been mechanically rebuilt.

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$750
an image of AW Oxford talking machine with wooden horn
Item no 863
AW Oxford talking machine with wooden horn

Wooden horn was standard on this Oxford machine introduced in the 1910 Sears catalogue. Its Victor origins were known to the trade, but hidden from the public.

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$2000
an image of Edison Model C Standard
Item no 860
Edison Model C Standard

This rarely seen true Model C Standard was only sold in the state of New York for a few months during 1908. It has been rebuilt to be as reliable as possible, and has been fitted with the gearing for both 2 and 4 minute records, a little like getting two machines for the price of one.

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an image of Columbia coin-op ASL case
Item no 858
Columbia coin-op ASL case

Empty case for Columbia Graphophone Type ASL (oversize, coin-operated AS).

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$2000
an image of Columbia 60H with wooden horn
Item no 856
Columbia 60H with wooden horn

One of Columbia's late premium offerings, and one of the last of the outside horn phonographs, the imposing model 60H projected an air of solid affluence and respectability.

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an image of Edison Home Phonograph, Red Banner Suitcase
Item no 855
Edison Home Phonograph, Red Banner Suitcase

This early Edison Home Phonograph has a great funky red banner and has been mechanically and acoustically rebuilt. You could do worse.

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an image of Columbia Eagle (Columbia B)
Item no 845
Columbia Eagle (Columbia B)

With its colorful banner decal and openworks motor this working Columbia Eagle makes an intriguing display piece.

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an image of Edison Home Phonograph, green oak, with floor crane
Item no 843
Edison Home Phonograph, green oak, with floor crane

Transport yourself back to 1901 with this green oak Edison Home Phonograph with 30" long all brass horn and original floor crane.

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an image of Edison Fireside Phonograph with cygnet horn
Item no 842
Edison Fireside Phonograph with cygnet horn

Nicely refinished and mechanically rebuilt, this Model B Fireside with cygnet horn was the height of acoustic perfection.

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an image of Standard Talking Machine Model A
Item no 841
Standard Talking Machine Model A

This very clean Standard Model A has been acoustically and mechanically rebuilt. Don't buy it, at least if you're going to play a lot of 78rpm records!

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an image of Victor II
Item no 835
Victor II

This mechanically restored Victor II runs incredibly smooth and sounds great. Its appearance doesn't hurt your eyes either.

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an image of Edison Opera Phonograph - Mahogany
Item no 834
Edison Opera Phonograph - Mahogany

Edison's ultimate achievement in the acoustic reproduction of sound. Nothing sounds better than this rare, airtight Edison Opera of 1913.

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an image of Columbia AK box and motor
Item no 832
Columbia AK box and motor

Box with nice green oak finish and banner decal, and motor for the early Graphophone Type AK.

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$500
an image of Columbia BS mechanism
Item no 828
Columbia BS mechanism

Most of the mechanism for a rare coin-operated Columbia BS Graphophone.

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$750
an image of Victor IV
Item no 800
Victor IV

The most beautiful Victor IV I have every owned, this machine has also been mechanically rebuilt for smooth running.

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an image of Bing Pigmyphone
Item no 799
Bing Pigmyphone

These cute little toy phonographs were made in Germany in the 1920s. Everything can be contained in a five inch case.

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an image of Edison Standard Phonograph with original green oak finish
Item no 769
Edison Standard Phonograph with original green oak finish

This Edison Standard Phonograph of 1901-1904 has nice original green oak finish, and the popular funky gold banner decal. What's more, it's been rebuilt to be trouble free.

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an image of Columbia Graphophone Type A
Item no 758
Columbia Graphophone Type A

This Columbia A, introduced in 1897, is as early a cylinder Graphophone as you are likely to find.

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an image of Edison Home Phonograph with Morning Glory Horn
Item no 753
Edison Home Phonograph with Morning Glory Horn

All rebuilt and playing just as nice as can be, this Edison Home Phonograph with red morning glory horn has gearing to play both two and four minute cylinders.

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an image of Edison Opera Phonograph
Item no 682
Edison Opera Phonograph

Acoustic perfection in a cylinder phonograph, the mahogany Edison Opera is the one machine that every collector covets. It's airtight assembly and moving mandrel yield a distinctive rich sound unlike anything else.

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Item no 607
Pathe Concert Actuelle

Tremendously rare, this mechanism for the Concert Actuelle was engineered for increased volume in auditoriums and concert halls. Most collectors have never seen one.

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$1000
an image of Adapter with early front mount
Item no 596
Adapter with early front mount

Previously undiscovered, this old and original apparatus is designed to balance a giant oversize horn on early front mounts. It comes with its own telescoping tone arm, among other innovations.

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$7500

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Randolph,OH 44265
330 325-7866

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