Grand Opera Zon-o-Phone (Zonophone) rear mount



This article is part of the ANTIQUE PHONOGRAPH, GRAMOPHONE AND TALKING MACHINE IDENTIFICATION GUIDES.
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By the time of the introduction of this machine around 1906 Zon-o-phone was owned by Victor, although the connection was not publicized to the talking machine buying public.


Grand Opera Zon-o-Phone
The Zon-o-phone elbow was soldered to the horn, then dropped down into the bracket.
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Zon-o-Phone rear mount, Grand Opera model
Side view.
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Zon-o-Phone decal
Front view showing the golden Zon-o-phone decal.
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Zon-o-Phone motor
The motor, though manufactured by Victor, shares little of the improved motor design of the Roman numeral Victor series. This motor is similar to that used in economy Victors and Canadian Berliner machines.
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Zon-o-Phone tone arm
Details of the patented universal joint type Zon-o-phone tone arm

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Zon-o-Phone  reproducer
An old friend: the Victor Exhibition reproducer was given a Universal Talking Machine branded back plate.

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