Edison Phonograph Record Player 1915, Also Plays Victor
Item sold on 2014-02-24 - Shipped on 2014-02-24
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This "Dual Head" Edison phonograph Model A100 from about 1915 is in fine working condition and has a second head that plays Victor and all standard 78 rpm records.
The mahogany case has a lid revarnished for durability, the rest of the case is original with a few mars and some crazing or crackling from age for antique character. It has been waxed and buffed so only an occasional wipe with a soft dry cloth will maintain its luster.
There is a slide volume control and a cuing arm. For thick "Edison" records, there is a diamond needle head, and for standard thin records, there is a head with replaceable needles, and the head must match the record being played.
An album of assorted records and original set up instructions are included with this American made antique.
Measurements are 18" wide excluding the removable crank, 21" deep and 42" tall.
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