Phonographs

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Victor Type D - Later

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Description

This rear mount model with the "tapered arm dates from about 1903. Stamped as a Type D on the dataplate, it was shown in Victor literature as a Victor V It sold in this configuration (with small horn) for around $55. The extra large horns in subsequent pictures would have cost extra. The largest "L" sized horn, the largest self supporting horn Victor made could be purchased as with the machine for an extra $10 or as an option for an extra $15.


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Victor Type D - Early

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Description

This rear mount model with the "tapered arm dates from about 1903. Stamped as a Type D on the dataplate, it was shown in Victor literature as a Victor V It sold in this configuration (with small horn) for around $55. The extra large horns in subsequent pictures would have cost extra. The largest "L" sized horn, the largest self supporting horn Victor made could be purchased as with the machine for an extra $10 or as an option for an extra $15.


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Edison Amberola 1A First style in Mahogany

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The Amberola 1A, first 500 or so in this cabinet with Lyre grill came out in 1909 priced at a whopping $200!


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Pathéphone Modéle G

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One of the first generation of Pathé disc machines circa 1906. It was designed to play a vertical cut record called a center start, starting in the center and playing from the center out. These played very loudly and clearly. The first records were dubbed from earlier recordings of Pathé cylinders.


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