The artist, and a Diamond Disc machine playing a recording by the artist, were placed on stage behind a curtain or in a darkened hall, and the artist and the machine would alternately perform. The 200 model is fairly simple. I purchased mine from a collector here in Toledo Ohio for a hundred and fifty dollars as he is a friend as well. If you have any questions, e-mail the Auctioneer directly. Only models with a double spring motor and the largest size No.
He called his internal horn cylinder machines Amberolas. It wasn't that the technical difficulties of a flat disc phonograph had ever been insurmountable. It is probable that anyone with the extra money for those upgrades would likely buy one of the higher priced models anyway. Of the three, Edison was the most sturdy, although Victor was often well made also. After the British firm Columbia Graphophone Company, Ltd. More powerful models were priced higher.
The records were a half inch thick because they had to be absolutely flat in order to accomodate hill and dale recording. The carrier arm would be the large horizontal type using the Diamond B reproducer. At the very end of production, one sees a few Model D machines fixed to the two minute position for I. Edison discs are meant to be played at 80 rpm. Obviously, many of these machines have been repaired or altered in the last 100+ years, so the data project is more about spotting trends rather than single anomalies. If you have only a stereo stylus, you can still use it to play your 78s without hurting them.
I don't have any names but I suppose the real answer is someone eager to make a quick buck. Edison records can often be bought quite cheap because they won't play on standard machines. Buy the book from Allen Koenigsberg, 502 E. Creditors took over after owners of Columbia shares, alleging that the company was insolvent, applied for a receivership on February 9, 1922. They were played with a special diamond needle. They were made from 1912 until Edison closed his phonograph business in 1929, one day before the stock market crashed.
Эта сумма может измениться до момента осуществления платежа. The illustrations are good, but the discussion is more limited than what is found in Frow's books on Edison. Donley Auction Services may attempt to describe the merchandise in advertising, on the Internet and at the auction but makes no representations. Initially, the serial number was carried on a raised boss at the right rear of the bedplate. We require payment remitted within 48 hours unless other arrangements are made by phone. I also admire Gilbert Pasley's 26-page Pocket Guide to Antique Musical Machine Values, which is sadly out of print. Regards Marcel Want to post a comment? This C200 phonograph that I believe was manufactured in 1916.
The first machine I owned was a portable. This almost certainly was eliminated due to structural weakness. I've got atleast 30 of them. The Triumph was tensioned by dropping the height of the motor. It doesn't matter that it is a small machine. Many were made of pot metal, and they are gradually falling apart.
I believe all parts are present with this unit. Where was it sold, how was it sold, how hard did the seller work to find a buyer willing to pay a high price? Screw in the hold-down ring. Whatever you do, be careful not to bend the mandrel shaft. Why did the Edison Company call it a model 200? The manual is for an a100-c150 or a c200--I don't know how to tell which is model I have. A prior paper label used white type on a black background.
A worn half nut or a worn feed screw. Failure to complete transaction without lawful reason is not only a breach of your contract with the Seller but also a breach of this User Agreement. The cabinet is a tall upright floor model. The Victor Company proudly stamped its famous Nipper on everything it produced. General Tips When visiting some antiques shops, I am dismayed by high price tags attached to cabinet phonographs made by third-rate companies. The base board profile is markedly different than the earlier model. For more information, see This fellow hates such units and calls them Crap-o-phones, or Merde-phones, etc.