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Submitted by Anekcen, Ukraine,.
C.A.Bauer Phonograph.

 

Submitted by Tommy Z., NazirPhone, England.

 

Submitted by Princess. Victor Talking Machine Co.

 

Submitted by Philip J. Reproduction from China


 

Submitted by Nikki T.,
Brunswick with Normal Reproducer to hold metal needles, to play standard records.



Submitted by Michelle M., Windsor Phonograph

Submitted by Michael K.

Submitted by Melissa T., Swanson Portable

Submitted by Melissa P., Arnoldville

Submitted by Lorraine S.

Submitted by Keri D.

Submitted by Jenn V.



Submitted by Jan L.

Submitted by Gary M.

Submitted by Fabio S. TevioTone (Made in London)


Submitted by Dave S., Edison Phonograph (Cylinders)

Submitted by Cynthia F, Victor Victrola 100

Submitted by Brad H.. The Gramophone Co. Ltd. England.

Submitted by Brandon G, Kankakee, IL, Claxtonola

 

Submitted by Bill L. (Restored)

 

Submitted by Andrew J, Buffalo NY

Submitted by Barb, Starr Phonograph

Submitted by Bill, Starr Phonograph Portable

Submitted by Bill B. Kingston DeLuxe parts

Submitted by Bill B. Kingston DeLuxe cabinet in need of TLC

Submitted by Brenda S, Columbia Grafanola

Submitted by Cassandra, Silvertone Children's portable

Submitted by Christina G, Columbia Grafanola with record cabinet.

Submitted by Clay W. VV 9-15

Submitted by Colleen Z of San Antonio. Inspecting her phonograph.

Submitted by Darrell. Middlesboro, KY

Submitted by Dave

Submitted by David E. Recordian Phonograph

Submitted by Melissa, Brunswick

Submitted by Don M. / Sonora Imperial

Submitted by Danny L

Submitted by Doug E. / Silvertone

Submitted by Doug H / Pleasant View. Utah

Submitted by Doug H / Pleasant View. Utah

Submitted by Erik A-U. Westminster

Submitted by Evelyn, New York City

Submitted by Francis T. / Melbourne, Australia

Submitted by Gary S. / Sonora

Submitted by Gene M. Carolina Beach NC, Edison Phonograph

Submitted by George H

Submitted by Hewitt

Submitted by Ima, Fultone ND

Submitted by Jack D

Submitted by Jacqueline H. / Brunswick

Submitted by Jason / Virtuoso name plate

Submitted by Jerry T. / Plano TX / Columbia

Submitted by Jim, / Warren MI

Submitted by Jim, / Warren MI

Submitted by Joe / Oxford WI

Submitted by Joe / Oxford WI

Submitted by John S / Buchanan MI

Submitted by K.G. / Hyatt Phonograph

Submitted by Kyle P.

Submitted by Linda V. / Clarksburg WV

Submitted by Lisa G / HMV

Submitted by Lisa W.

Submitted by Lucas M.

Submitted by Lucas M. / Columbia

Submitted by Lucas M.

Submitted by Lucas M.

Submitted by Lucas M.

Submitted by Lucas M.

Submitted by Lucas M.

Submitted by Lucas M.

Submitted by Lucas M.

Submitted by Lucas M.

Submitted by Lucas M.

Submitted by Lucas M.

Submitted by Lucie S._Portsmouth RI

Submitted by Mark D, Victor 1

Submitted by Mark M. , Silvertone Tru Phonic logo

Submitted by Marty, Edison Diamond Disc machine

Submitted by Michael B

Submitted by Michael L, Victor phonograph

Submitted by Patrick P. Cathedral Phonograph Co.

Submitted by John H. Pathe Reproducer

Submitted by Patrick P. Cathedral Phonograph Co. Name plate

Submitted by Rodney G.

Submitted by Rolf, Edison Fireside

Submitted by Rolf

Submitted by Rolf

Submitted by Rolf, Columbia Grafanola

Submitted by Rolf, Deutsche Wadden phonograph

Submitted by Rolf, Edison with ear plugs attachment

Submitted by Rolf, Standard by Edison

Submitted by Rolf, G&T Cockleshell Monarch

Submitted by Rolf, Gramophone & Typewriter Co.

Submitted by Rolf, Gramophone & Typewriter Co.

Submitted by Rolf, HMV 1910

Submitted by Rolf. Grandchildren with his Model T and Edison Phonograph.

Submitted by Rolf, Berliner Junior Monarch, 1902

Rolf, Newstyle

Submitted by Rolf, Pathe Model D

Submitted by Rolf, Silvertone

Submitted by Rolf, Standard Talking Machine

Submitted by Rolf, Unknown Swiss Machine with Dancing Doll

Submitted by Rolf, Unknown Swiss Machine

Submitted by Rolf, Unknown Make with Dancing Doll

Submitted by Rolf, Thorens

Submitted by Stacy M.

Submitted by Steve M._Hawthorne NJ.

Submitted by Tama B. Silvertone

Submitted by T.Charlesworth,Oxford England
Edison Opera

Submitted by Tom A, Ramona CA

Submitted by Walter A

Submitted by Walter A, Victor Victrola

Submitted by William S / Pathe

 

 

Submitted by Barbara H.antique phonograph phonos records victrola victor brunswick vintage gramophone needles pathe columbia silvertone decca bluebird hand crank old

Submitted by Kyle P. / Ton-O-Graphphonograph photos gramophone collection photos

Submitted by Donald B of Brooklyn, NYphonograph photos gramophone collection photos

Submitted by Leslie P of her Mozart Phonographphonograph photos gramophone collection photos

Submitted by Ricardo M of Guatemala. Disc record.phonograph photos gramophone collection photos

Submitted by Jim M. Brighton, ON Canada of his Ideal Phonographphonograph photos gramophone collection photos

Submitted by Elfi H.phonograph photos gramophone collection photos

Submitted by Steven B of his Pooley Phonograph.phonograph photos gramophone collection photos

Submitted by Paul of his Emory Portable Phonograph.phonograph photos gramophone collection photos

Submitted by Mary, Oriola Phonograph.phonograph photos gramophone collection photos

Submitted by Jean of Michigan, Silvertone from Sears.phonograph photos gramophone collection photos

Submitted by Karen C, Kimball Phonographphonograph photos gramophone collection photos

Submitted by Kyle P of the plate of his phonograph.phonograph photos gramophone collection photos

Submitted by Shannon A.phonograph photos gramophone collection photos

Submitted by Andrea V. / Brunswick Phonographphonograph photos gramophone collection photos

Submitted by Mary / Oriola Phonographphonograph photos gramophone collection photos

 

Jeanne Schmidt
Crofton, Nebraska

A very nice Phonolamp of Electric Phonograph Co. New York City, NY

phonograph lamp photo victor

 

 

 

Rolf C. Olsen
Tonsberg, Norway

Pathé, Model D 1908.

Berliner "Newstyle" 1897

"Gramophone & Typewriter" made in Germany. ca 1907-8

Edison "Square-top" or "Suit-case" standard ca 1900

Phonograph Gramophone Edison G&T Germany Norway

Jon B.
Gem portable

Portable

 

Brian W.
Silvertone

Silvertone

 

Nancy
International Phonograph

Victor Victrola

 

No Name Submitted
Brunswick

 

Peter L.
Australia
1914 Edison Amberola VIII

Victor Victrola

 

R.C. Olsen
Norway

Olsen Victor

 

Se-Hyun Jang
Edison Diamond Disc
Phonograph

Victrola Victor

 

Simon L.
Pathé Table Model

Lazlo VictrolaVictrola Phonograph Photos

 

T. Charlesworth
Edison with Wood Horn

Gramophone Phonograph Outside Horn Disc
Gramophone with Wood Horn

 

Tom & Jacqueline A.
Victor Victrola

Victor Victrola

 

No Name Submitted
Victor Victrola IX (nine)
tabletop

Victor Victrola IX nine

 

No Name Submitted
Victor Victrola Credenza
with Record Albums

Victor Talking machine Co. Victrola Credenza

 

No Name Submitted
Children's Phonograph

Child Children Phonograph

 


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Sonata
Brian and Nancy

Edison - Chippendale 250
April R.
El Segundo, California


The Senior (Portable)
Alice & Allen
George MO
jai, CA
F. Frank
Brunswick
Gina and Frank
Portable

Ahmed
Egypt, Cairo

The Gramophone Company
England



Cairo Egypt Victrola HMV


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Harmony
Doug A.
Brunswick
No Name Given

Sonata
Bruce R
Los Feliz, CA

Silvertone 1917
Brian W.
Pathé
Rory R.
Jennifer B.
Silvertone
Danny S.
Brunswick
Model 105
Jacqueline H
.
Silvertone
Don D.
Lawrenceburg, IN
HMV Model 103
Jack D.

Pathé
T. Allen
Asheville, NC

Victor Talking Machine Co.
VV-XI (Victor the Eleventh)
c. 1910-1921
Steven K.
W.Fargo, ND

Originally sold for $100 - $130 when it was introduced. By 1914 the semi-automatic brake was introduced. Fumed Oak and English Brown Mahogany were added in April and October 1914. A new motor design was incorporated in October 1917 and versions of this VV-XI was designated with an "A" on the name plate. By May 1918, the "A" was dropped.

Victor Talking Machine Co.
VV 8-30, Credenza
c. 1925-1928
Bob & Betty T.
Radford, VA

Originally sold for $275-405. It was the most famous model of all the Orthophonic Victrolas. It contained the largest horn in any model made by Victor. Electric motors were available for this model as well. The 4 spring motor ran the 12 inch turntable for up to 20 minutes on one winding.

Sonora
Nikki S.

Victor XXV
Victor Talking Machine Co.
c.1913-1925
John R.,

The machine is dusty and I have not cleaned it. The finish is original, and everything else as far as I know. The horn is stored underneath when the phonograph is not in use.

Originally sold 1913-1925, $60-$115. Refered as the Schoolhouse Victor. In 1913, the design of the cabinet was considered a no-nonsense design and "ugly". This phonograph is Victor's only outside horn machine that has the "ola" at the end of its name.



Victor II
Victor Talking Machine Co.,
1903-1920
Stephen Y.

"VIctor the Second" was constructed of quarter sewn oak and housed a single-spring motor. Nickle plated soundbox. There were two choices, a Concert Soundbox with a steel horn with 12.5" brass bell or a Exhibition Soundbox and a black with gold striped flower horn with a 19" diameter bell. Larger horns were available at an extra cost.

Brunswick
Clifford B.
Des Moines, IA

Edison
Diamond Disc Phonograph
"Chippendale" C-19,
c.1919
Joe, Mound, MN

Known as the Official Laboratory Model, Introduced in 1919. This machine had a double spring. The metal parts were gold-plated. There were many different woods to choose from; Mahogany, English Brown and red Mahogany, fumed and golden Oak and Walnut.

New Columbia Phonograph, Model 520
c.1924
Andrew D.

This New Columbia is missing its front cabinet doors on the left side. Although, it is working great. It has a 2 spring motor and sold for $125 in 1924.

His Masters Voice (HMV)
Standard Portable Model 101
c.1928, England
Ryan H, Corona Del Mar, CA. USA

I just bought some phonograph needles from you. Thank you so much! They play my 78's collection amazingly well. I have been collecting records since I bought my gramophone when I was 14 years old. As I am 16 now, not much time has passed, but I have had my share of troubles with my beloved Grammy. The motor breaks down regularly, but every time it does, my friend fixes it for me. Through him, I have learned everything there is to know about the motor and the engineering specifics of such a magnificent piece of machinery, and I have never once even thought of regretting my purchasing it. My gramophone allowed me to listen to the music that I really love and appreciate, and your needles help to make that continue to happen.


#4 Soundbox, black leather construction, Single Spring Motor, 10 inch Turntable, Originally sold for £7 in 1928. Red sold for £9.
The Gramophone Typewriter Ltd., London/Berlin/Paris
Morgan A, Sweden

 

I have a phonograph from my grandfather, I know he brought it in 1918. He brought it for 19 swedish krowns, it was 1 years salary for a farmboy.

Hart Music Shops, Portable
Karla & Scott S.
Spring Lake, MI


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Victor Talking Machine Co. VV 7-30
1926-1928
Karla & Scott S.
Spring Lake, MI

This electric Radiola was combined with the Hand-cranked Victrola. Parts and controls are gold-plated. The radio itself had 5 tubes and used the RCA Radiola 20 chassis.

Brunswick,
Jennifer MM.,

Maytrola,
Teresa B.,

I know it was a wedding gift to my grandparents in 1932. I just got it this last weekend from my fathers attic. I haven't even dusted it yet. I would love to get it playing again. I am going to look closer on it to see if there are any other markings. Either way, I love it and it is priceless to me.

1923 Silvertone,
Sally B., Coral Gables, FL

Bought it in 1978 - found it in a back room of a shop and had an old wood worker rebuild the scroll work on the feet as that was all that was wrong with it. It still needs new felt on the turntable and a "speaker" fabric but aside from that it's in really good shape.

1920's Phoenix Phonograph Co.,
Robbin W,

I found this through an elderly friend who is now deceased. It was in her family for many years. It is made by the Phoenix Phonograph Company out of Chicago, Illinois.

1920's Silvertone,
Paul N.
Ridgeway, WI

His Masters Voice
Standard Portable Model 101
c.1928, London, England
Karen A.,
Toronto, Canada

 

Sonora,
Steve H.,
McLean VA

 


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Victor 5,
Riku J.,

 

Brunswick,
Angela K.,

 

"The Universal"
by Universal Talking Machine Co.,
Rockford, IL
Mark

 

 

Edison-Bell, London
Andy

 

   

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