This very scarce version of the Edison Home Phonograph probably dates to early 1901. In that year the golden oak Model A "Suitcase" version of the Home was dropped in favor of a New Style longer case. In just a few early machines the fancy large red banner scroll decal was carried over - most of these machines have appeared with a more subdued black banner
This machine is as nice an original example as I have ever seen. The case and banner are absolutely glorious.
The machine is playing nicely and the Model C reproducer is quite strong. I didn't need to perform any substantial work on it, but judging from its appearance either someone else did, or else it was little played and the mechanism remains in superb original condition.
As an added bonus, someone at one time equipped the machine with a 2-4 minute conversion kit. Add a 4 minute reproducer and you'll be capable of playing almost any record Edison ever made until he stopped making cylinders in 1929.
In recent years this has become one of the most highly desirable Edison models. Price includes an older 14" all brass replica horn, and five nice cylinder records.
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