Antique American Edison floral horn home phonograph, circa 1906. This Edison phonograph features an oak cabinet and cover. The gorgeous flowered horn with striking iridescent background sets it apart. This Edison home phonograph plays two minute cylinders. There are six cylinders included, along with a six month warranty.
Edison’s phonographs were revolutionary, allowing for the first time recorded sound, the human voice, to be reproduced and preserved. This phonograph is spring powered by crank. These were made in West Orange, New Jersey at the laboratories of Thomas A. Edison.
27.25″H x 16″W x 37.25″D