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Company City and Country of ProductionModel NameSerial NumberDateFormatEstimated Original PriceNumber madeDescription / Historical Background

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DictaphoneNew York, NY, USAModel 10, type A121774After 1930Cylinder

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EdisonOrange, NJ, USAHome Phonograph (Model A)H136185After 1904Cylinder$30 This is the third series in the Model A family. It replaced the red and gold banner with a black and gold one.

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EdisonOrange, NJ, USAHome PhonographH144946After 1901Cylinder$30 Available in oak and mahogany. Similar to Model B except swing-arm was no longer fitted and the mandrel was supported by a central bearing.

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EdisonOrange, NJ, USAHome Phonograph (Model C)H194784After 1908Cylinder$35 The replacement to the Model B Home Phonograph, it was very similar except it no longer had a swing arm end gate.

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EdisonOrange, NJ, USAHome Phonograph310874After 1908Cylinder$40 The first in the Home series to be able to play 4 minute cylinders.

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EdisonOrange, NJ, USAHome Phonograph (Model B)381833DAfter 1906Cylinder$30 The replacement to the Model A Home phonograph, it added an arm locking lever and removed the shaving device.

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Edison Orange, NJ, USAStandard Phonograph (Model B)607870After 1905Cylinder$25 The replacement to the Model A Standard Phonograph, it removed the shaving arm and changed the cabinet to be made out of antique oak instead of green oak.

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EdisonOrange, NJ, USAAmberola V58301913Cylinder$80 The third phonograph in the Amberola series and the first Amberola with a concealed horn.

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DictaphoneNew York, NY, USAModel 7, type SCylinder shaving machine

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EdisonOrange, NJ, USAShaving Machine2651After 1906Cylinder shaving machine

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Columbia (St.Louis Expo, 1904)Bridgeport, CT, USABKT23201907Graphophone$35 Update to model BK adding a rear mounted horn and aluminum tone-arm.

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D. Allard & JaquetGeneva, Switzerland49551896Music Box

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Picard Lion EditeurGeneva, SwitzerlandSublime Harmonie Piccolo10756Music Box

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KeatonSan Francisco, CA, USA1970After 1949Music Typewriter$225 A very rare instrument, it was designed to make copies of scores.

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AretinoPhiladelphia, PA, USAAfter 1906PhonographPhonograph would only play discs with 3" diameter hole.

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BrunswickDubuque, IA, USA212 (mislabeled as 17 on placquard)145860Phonograph

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BrunswickDubuque, IA, USA17126117Phonograph

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ColumbiaBridgeport, CT, USAGrafanola34Phonograph

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ColumbiaBridgeport, CT, USAGrafanola Type L-21918Phonograph$225 Available in mahogany or walnut finish. Both had a satinwood inlay.

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DeccaLondon, UKDecca 22 Portable PhonographA336141914Phonograph₤2.10One of the first British made portable phonographs, it was extremely popular with soldiers during WWII due to its ease of use.

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EdisonOrange, NJ, USAA 150SM10781After 1912Phonograph$150

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EdisonOrange, NJ, USADiamond Disc Phonograph C 150SM16574After 1915Phonograph$150 An exteremely popular model, it was designed immediately after the fire at the Edison factory as a replacement to the unpopular B-150 model.

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EdisonOrange, NJ, USADiamond Disc Phonograph C 250SM20172After 1915Phonograph$250 Also very popular, this phonograph was one of the few to have a lock during World War I due to rising costs. This model, along with the C-150, were the only ones being produced during the last four months of 1918 as a result of the war limiting productivity.

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EdisonOrange, NJ, USAWilliam and Mary (W. & M. C 33)L364After 1922Phonograph$325 Was not a very popular model, it was introduced at the same time as the CC-32 to provide a flat-top verson of the upright model.

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ThorensSt. Croix, SwitzerlandExcelda Portable PhonographAfter 1931PhonographThis portable phonograph looked very similar to the design of the Kodak "Autograph" camera of the 1920s.

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His Master's VoiceHayes, Middlesex, UKHome Phonograph (A. Junoscha un A. Feyerabend)Phonograph

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His Master's VoiceHayes, Middlesex, UKJL Haworth & Co, Accrington No2Phonograph

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His Master's VoiceHayes, Middlesex, UKPortable (Wertheims, Bourke St. Melbourne) Model 101After 1925Phonograph₤7A very poplular model, it was available in a variety of colors. It contained a new sound box designed to handle the wider freqeuencies found in the electric recordings of the time.

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Kompact (Plaza Music Co.)New York, NY, USAPortable PhonographAfter 1920PhonographThis box camera gramophone is composed of parts of different phonograph companies.

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La Voix de son MaitreHome Phonograph (No. 5B)Phonograph

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MikiphoneSt. Croix, SwitzerlandPortable Phonograph26-00157281925Phonograph₤2-15-0An extremely portable phonograph, it was designed to be smallest phonograph capable of playing 10 inch records.

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PathéActuelle H59011920PhonographThe Pathe Actuelle system used an acoustically driven speaker in place of the tradtional repoducer, tone arm and internal horn. The sound is quite pleasing and non-directional, but the system never became popular due to the fragile nature of the paper cone.

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PathéModel XII264601916Phonograph$140 The American made line of Pathe phonongraphs featured a reproducer that could rotate to play either a vertical cut Pathe disc or a lateral cut disc of any other make.

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Rek-o-Kut510129076Phonograph

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Rek-o-KutCVS-125314Phonograph$169.50

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Standard Talking MachineBridgeport, CT, USAModel A1909PhonographThis phonograph is a modified version of a Columbia phonograph.

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VestaxHandy Trax37U1107172002Phonograph

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VictorCamden, NJ, USAVIC II Home Phonograph44534After 1910Phonograph$32.50

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VictorCamden, NJ, USAVV-IV Home Phonograph211913EAfter 1912Phonograph$25

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VictrolaCamden, NJ, USAPortable Phonograph (orthophonic)After 1928Phonograph$35 First portable orthophonic player available from Victor.

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VictorCamden, NJ, USAVV-IV-A357271After 1917Phonograph$25

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VictorCamden, NJ, USARadio Electrola RE-458731929Phonograph$275 107,589

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VictorCamden, NJ, USAVictrola VV-22042021923Phonograph$220 Desgined in response to a change in public taste of furniture styles, this console style Victrola marked a departure in design from the earlier upright styles.

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VictrolaCamden, NJ, USACredenza66411925Phonograph$275 44,517This phonograph featured the largest horn Victor had ever built up to that point and it was often used to demonstrate the quality of orthophonic reproduction.

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VictrolaCamden, NJ, USAPortable Phonograph (electric) Model 03 Black57615Phonograph

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VictrolaCamden, NJ, USAVE8-35X14021928Phonograph$335 5,248This is one of the few Victrolas to not have doors to cover the album jackets. Was also available in a hand-powered version: VV 8-35.

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VictorCamden, NJ, USAModel 9-JYA 2428651949Phonograph (45 rpm)$24.95 This was RCA Victor's first 45 RPM phonograph attachment. It featured an audio jack that could be plugged into radios and televisions because this phonograph did not have its own amplifier.

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AmpexCulver City, CA, USAAV 770E-02524After 1967Reel-to-Reel$198.65

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AmpexRedwood City, CA, USAA-122; cat. No. 21000-215768After 1954Reel-to-Reel$449.50

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AmpexCulver City, CA, USA767T-03184After 1970Reel-to-Reel

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PhilipsNetherlandsN450413846814Reel-to-Reel

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RevoxBaden, SwitzerlandB7725847After 1977Reel-to-ReelSwiss Franc 2100

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SonyJapanTC-35541623After 1969Reel-to-Reel

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SonyJapanTC-366166804After 1970Reel-to-Reel

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TEACJapan3300S11813After 1971Reel-to-Reel

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RCA SelectavisionSJT 4004115261111983Videodisc

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WebsterChicago, IL, USA80-17060After 1945Wire$149.50

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Webster-ChicagoChicago, IL, USA80-121786After 1945Wire$149.50

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PeirceEvanston, IL, USA55B32421945Wire

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DukaneSt. Charles, IL, USAMicromaticFilmstrip Projector

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Craig-PanoramaJapan212Reel-to-Reel

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RobertsTokyo, Japan1630Reel-to-Reel

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McIntoshBinghamton, NY, USAMC30After 1954Amplifier

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McIntoshBinghamton, NY, USAMC275After 1961Amplifier

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SonyJapanTC-158SD1976Cassette

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SonyJapanTC-D5M1978Cassette

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RadioShackFort Worth, TX, USAMICRO-461842672After 2000Microcassette