Antique Edison Triumph Cylinder Phonograph with an oak Cygnet wooden horn marked Music Master. The horn has some paint dots and separation at the joints where the wood panels meet. You can see gaps of light thru. There is some other woodwork that might need to be done on the horn as well. The elbow has been repainted with homemade woodgrain effect. The crane is not original and home made a long time ago with rust now showing. The shaver is no longer present. It has a model H reproducer which I rebuilt with new gaskets and sounds great. It has 2 and 4 minute gearing but with the model H reproducer will play 4 minute cylinders only. I oiled the motor and packed grease in the spring barrels. The motor runs strong and smooth. The case has the Edison script decal. The corners of the case had nails put in to repair which you can see in the photo’s. The lid has a sliver of veneer put on the top side for a repair a long time ago. So, because the horn and case have problems, I call this one a project even though it plays very good. This is to be picked up at my house. CHECK OUT THE VIDEO. The item “Antique Edison Triumph Cylinder Phonograph Wood Oak Horn Plays, Is A Project” is in sale since Friday, August 25, 2017. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Radio, Phonograph, TV, Phone\Phonographs, Accessories\Edison Phonographs”. The seller is “ironage” and is located in Zionsville, Pennsylvania. This item can’t be shipped, the buyer must pick up the item.
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