"Circa early 1900's
This Regina music box has a phonograph mechanism installed so it can play both music box discs and phonograph disc records. The door slide open to reveal a horn when playing records.
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...
"This trademark of “His Master's Voice” was first used circa 1900 by Emile Berliner (European His Master's Voice) & Eldrige Johnson (subsequently Victor, USA) The original picture of Nipper listening to the phonograph was made with Nipper and...
The Zonophone resulted from the betraying of Berliner interests by a sales agent. All parts are attached to a cast-iron bedplate enabling the entire mechanism to be lifted as a unit from the case.
"Made in late 1900
The Type "C" has a wooden tone arm mounted vertically. The spring motor was altered so that crank protruded from side of oak cabinet. This model also has the black and brass horn. Original cost: $25.00.
An improvement over the Johnson Type "A, this machine has a larger square base. It sold for $18.00 with spring motor, black and brass horn, and Johnson reproducer. It plays 7-inch lateral cut disc records.
"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...
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...