Antique American Edison early style Standard cylinder phonograph, circa 1902. This Edison phonograph has an oak cabinet and cover, along with a 14″ brass bell horn. This Edison cylinder phonograph is an early style with a large banner decal. The Edison Standard phonograph plays two minute cylinders and is spring powered by crank. This early phonograph is completely refurbished, and professionally refinished. It was made in West Orange, NJ at the Laboratories of Thomas A Edison. In the first decade of the 1900’s, Edison was crafting cylinder phonographs, bringing recorded music and voice to homes across the country. The antique phonograph comes with six cylinders and a six month warranty.