I am going to give his decals a try.




Bob Maffit


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Have you tried greg cline

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On Aug 12, 2019, at 8:17 PM, SN Medved via Phono-L <phono-l@oldcrank.org> wrote:

Gregg Cline make perfect decals, they are very thin and hard for most to apply 
but they look perfect.  You need to find a person who makes models and 
regularly applies decals if you get any.  


Ogden chrome for nickel plating.  John tells me they do excellent work a 
reasonable prices.  


Vicsonia is one of the adapters you can play DD records on Victor phonographs.  
The stylus is sapphire which wears and I have never seen a good one.  Either 
broken or worn.  Diamonds are expensive these days.  I have an adapter so a 
diamond will fit for the Vicsonia, but I will not have any diamonds unless I 
order more.  


Duo-Vox had diamond styli.  Made by Bush and Lane.


The third type I have seen did not have a name, the box it came in said Victor, 
it was held on by a thumbscrew.  



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I recently  painted a Edison Standard A bedplate and a couple of parts, which 
were a “disaster!”. I am looking for someone who does the decals or paints the 
corners and or gold pin striping. Items after doing such.


Does someone have a referral for plating phono parts?


Any comments or contacts, is appreciated.



On another note:


I was discussing with a phono friend about an adapter I have which fits on a 
Victor tone arm in place of the original, which plays diamond Discs. I have the 
only one I have ran across. He may be interested in obtaining such. In the 
event someone knows what I am referring too, or has one they are willing to 
part with, please let me know


Thanks in advance.


Bob Maffit


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