Talk-o-Phone Identification Guide



This article is part of the ANTIQUE PHONOGRAPH, GRAMOPHONE AND TALKING MACHINE IDENTIFICATION GUIDES.
SEE ALSO: Our listings of outside horn talking machines for sale.


Talk-o-phone was an independent company based in Toledo, Ohio between around 1903-1908. No factory records or brochures have ever been discovered, and model identification rests primarily upon one known catalogue with dimensions and prices. Models of unknown designation continue to appear.

See also: Talk-o-Phone motors and reproducers.


Herbert Talk-o-Phone
Herbert Talk-o-Phone
Courtesy Norman and Janyne Smith

Brooke Talk-o-Phone
Brooke Talk-o-Phone
Courtesy Norman and Janyne Smith

Ennis Talk-o-Phone
Ennis Talk-o-Phone
Courtesy Norman and Janyne Smith

Clarke Talk-o-Phone
Clarke Talk-o-Phone
Courtesy Norman and Janyne Smith

Sousa Talkophone, Eagle
Sousa Talk-o-Phone, with eagles

Sousa Talkophone
Sousa Talk-o-Phone, rear mount

Talkophone in case of Standard L
Model unknown, case style of Standard Talking Machine Model L

Talkophone in beaded case
Model unknown, beaded case

Premium Talk-o-Phone
Premium Talk-o-Phone
Courtesy Larry Schlick

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