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    • Automatic Electrola

    • Circa 1928-1932
    • The model Nine-Fifty is a combination of the Automatic Electrola and the Radiola Super-Heterodyne. The Radiola Super-Heterodyne operates in conjuction with the power-amplifier unit. The Electrola has a program of approximately one hour's duration,...
    • Regina Hexaphone

    • Circa 1908
    • "Circa 1908 The Regina Hexaphone was manufactured in Rahway, NJ by the Regina Company in 1908. The Hexaphone became the most successful of the cylinder coin-operated phonographs. While the Edison and Columbia predecessors only permitted a single...
    • Regina Hexaphone

    • Circa 1908
    • "Circa 1908 The Regina Hexaphone was manufactured in Rahway, NJ by the Regina Company beginning in 1908. The Hexaphone became the most successful of the cylinder coin-operated phonographs. While the Edison and Columbia predecessors only permitted a...
    • Tanzbar Accordion

    • Circa 1800-1900s
    • "Circa late 1800's and early 1900's This Tanzbar Accordion is on one of thousands of the small and medium size Tanzbar paper roll players produced. It has 28 keys and uses 4 inch paper rolls. There are two Tanzbar Accordion's in the Templeton...
    • Philco Model 71- Cathedral

    • Circa 1932
    • Designed by Clyde Shuler, this one of the finest catherdral radios ever made. Introduced in 1932 to offset a drop in sales of high priced sets, the Philco cathedral went on to become on of the most popular radios of all time and is especially...
    • Victor III

    • Circa 1902
    • The Victor III plays five 10-inch records with one winding. This Victor III is equipped with No. 19 Victor Flower Horn and has ebony finish with gold stripes. This model originally sold for $40.00.
    • Columbia B

    • Circa 1901
    • "The Columbia Type B gramophone was known as the Eagle because it cost $10. The $10 gold piece was known at the time as the Eagle, so the phonograph acquired the same name. This machine has a nickel plated horn, key wind with open motor and...
    • Victor Monarch (Type “M”)

    • Circa 1903
    • "Circa 1901 This Monarch was so named because it was the "King of Talking Machine" at that time. This is one of the earlier versions of the Monarch. It has the front-mount wooden tone arm. The 10-inch turntable was designed to play the new 10-inch...
    • Victor

    • Circa 1904
    • "Circa 1904 This Monarch differs from other Monarchs on display in that it is equipped with the new rear-mount tapered tone arm. The two-spring motor offered sufficient power to play three 10-inch records with one winding.

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