This blue cloth-covered portable, dating from 1929, represents the last gasp of the Edison company in the disc phonograph market, and Edison's only attempt to market a lateral cut 78rpm machine. Research indicates these were made for Edison by a company in Wisconsin that manufactured other brand portables. The Edison logo/trademark appears prominently on the machine and the pot metal reproducer.
Edison needle cut 78rpm records, which were issued contemporaneously with this machine, are quite scarce.
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