I have a couple of items for sale if you have interest. All items plus
shipping to you.
1 - A very nice original Columbia recorder, most likely for a Q or Eagle. It
comes in an original, though worn box. The original diaphragm is present and
intact, though the cutter is missing. It looks like it will clean up nicely
2 - Two very nice reproduction black leather elbows for your early Victor,
Columbia, Zonophone, or Berliner machine. These are nicely made leather
elbows suitable for use on an early front mount machine. $25.00 each.
3 - Original, very rare 15" all-brass seamless horn for an early Edison or
Columbia cylinder phonograph. In excellent original condition. This early
horn is made the same as band instruments of the day. It has a single
"zipper" seem straight up the middle of the horn. These horns are rarely
found. When seen, they have many times been polished. This horn retains
its original patina. If has a few dents, but nothing significant. It is a
wonderful example of a very early and rare horn. $500.00
4 - Edison Blue Amberol - 5445 - Good News - Fox Trot Dave Kaplan & His
Orchestra. Excellent condition with no issues and original box. The tune is
snappy and recognizable. It was recorded in 1927, getting close to the end
of the Blue Amberol series which ended in 1929. $150.00
5 - Edison Blue Amberol - 5500- My Blue Ridge Mountain Home - Fox Trot B.A.
Rolfe & His Orchestra. Excellent condition with no issues and original box.
The tune is snappy and recognizable. It was recorded in 1928, getting close
to the end of the Blue Amberol series which ended in 1929. $150.0
6 - A beautiful little Columbia Q cylinder phonograph with an original Q
reproducer and an original 10" cone horn. This is the case less version with
the black stenciled base. The phonograph is in excellent condition
throughout. The early, black-plated bedplate is clean with only a few areas
of missing paint. The nickel-plated parts are clean as well. . The original
"Graphophone" stenciling on the bedplate, many times wiped out is nearly
perfect. This is the nicest "Q" that I've seen in quite a while, the ideal
antique cylinder phonograph to own if space is at a premium. The machine is
in excellent operating condition, too, the motor is strong, and the governor
keeps a steady speed. It will play an entire cylinder plus with one
winding. The reproducer is especially nice, playing clear and loud, loud,
loud!!! The cone horn is possibly the best part of this machine. It is truly
If you have interest, please email me at mshawnorou...@gmail.com. I have
pictures of these items as well.
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