This thing has a round shaft, no more than 1/16th" and a flat made into it to 
assure that it is in the proper position.   Another possibility, advanced by a 
friend who is very Edison-savvy, is that the stylus is for a school type 
voicewriter to play back blue amberol educational cylinders.  They have the 
same tpi as a DD, I believe.

Ron L

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Ron- I think the electric pick up Edison reproducers have a stylus cross bar 
that has a hole in the center of it to accept a steel needle. Charlie
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 Could the stylus in the
 attached image be for an Edison C-4 to allow it to play  Diamond Discs?
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