Re: [Phono-L] Edison Standard

2017-04-14 Thread Randy Larson via Phono-L
West Salem Wisconsin, thanks Randy On Apr 14, 2017 7:42 PM, "Ward Sandstrom via Phono-L" wrote: Where is the machine located Thanks Sent from my iPhone On Apr 14, 2017, at 10:28 AM, Randy Larson via Phono-L wrote: I sincerely apologize for my poor

Re: [Phono-L] Edison Standard

2017-04-14 Thread Ward Sandstrom via Phono-L
Where is the machine located Thanks Sent from my iPhone > On Apr 14, 2017, at 10:28 AM, Randy Larson via Phono-L > wrote: > > I sincerely apologize for my poor eyesight, I was convinced this was an E, > but putting my flashlight on it, it was clearly an FYI, I'm so

Re: [Phono-L] Edison E

2017-04-14 Thread Randy Larson via Phono-L
Sorry for the mix up, but I took a picture of the serial plate, and what looked to me as an E is an F model. On Apr 13, 2017 11:59 PM, "Randy Larson" wrote: > It has an H with a small reproducer > > On Apr 13, 2017 10:01 PM, "harvey kravitz via Phono-L" < >

Re: [Phono-L] Edison E

2017-04-14 Thread harvey kravitz via Phono-L
OK, That makes sense. George Frow's book really explains the differences. From: Randy Larson via Phono-L To: Antique Phonograph List Cc: Randy Larson Sent: Friday, April 14, 2017 8:44 AM Subject: Re: [Phono-L] Edison

Re: [Phono-L] Edison E

2017-04-14 Thread SN Medved via Phono-L
I thought it would be an F, Edison used the F to get rid of a lot of left over parts. I have seen a Home with a Triumph ID plate and a Home serial number, and during 1908 for a period of time Edison made the B, C and D all at the same time so you see a lot of variety. I have seen a Standard D