Appears in an undated catalogue, probably ca 1905, at a price of $25.
Dimensions: 15 inches by 11 1/2 inches by 8 inches tall
The single spring motor was advertised as capable of playing almost five 7 inch records per winding.
A sixteen inch long all brass or brass bell horn was standard.
The machine depicted in the catalogue shows the earlier type of tone/support arm, rather than the ornate teardrop support arm on this example.
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