Genuine golden oak cylinder record cabinet as seen in the early phonograph catalogues. This style cabinet is harder to find than the larger, later cabinets.
Dimensions are approximately 20.5" by 17" by 36". There are five drawers, which originally held 20 records each.
I sat an early Columbia A (not included in the price) on top of this cabinet in one of the pictures to give you an idea of how it would look with a machine on top.
This cabinet shows some wear commensurate with age. The top boards are age separated, and were nailed down at some point. There are some splits in the rear panel, which of course doesn't show when placed against a wall. The front of one of the doors is new wood, nicely done to match the originals. As usual, the pegs have been removed.
This is a scarce, cute, very collectible little cabinet, often mistaken as a lingerie cabinet by those who are ignorant of its true history.
We buy, sell, and repair antique phonographs and music boxes.
Pick-up and delivery possible in many parts of the midwest,south, and northeast.