Edison C19 Diamond Disc Wind-Up Phonograph Record Player+Cabinet. Holds 72. 1919
In addition to the diamond stylus, the C-19 featured a variable speed turntable, a volume control mechanism, a double spring motor, a 15 internal horn, and an oak Chippendale-style cabinet that could hold 72 records. There is a sliding ear muff volume control, speed, and off switch plus lever drop cuing. Operates smoothly and quietly. Rests upon 4 original wheels. 51 Tall x 23 Wide x 25 Deep. Hinged Cover: 22.5Length x 21Width. Gold Coin-Size Medal with In-Relief Women: Diamond Disc Official Laboratory Model Thos Edison. Brass Plate: Trade Mark: Thomas A Edison. Gold script inside hinged cover: Edison. Gold Rectangular Plate: Edison Model C-19 S-M-105736. Silver + Black Plate: SENSEN BRENNERS WATCH SHOP Circleville, Ohio. Thomas Edison invented the phonograph in 1877. After investing millions of dollars, Edison presented the Edison Diamond Disc phonograph in 1912. Edisons disc technology was far superior to that of other manufacturers, and the company repeatedly demonstrated its superiority through a series of public tone tests. The C-19 was Edisons finest, most deluxe phonograph. A truly remarkable piece of furniture. Please note : The item can be picked up at our Cincinnati antique store. Please send a message and well promptly reply. The item “Edison C19 Diamond Disc Wind-Up Phonograph Record Player+Cabinet. Holds 72. 1919″ is in sale since Friday, May 19, 2017. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Radio, Phonograph, TV, Phone\Phonographs, Accessories\Edison Phonographs”. The seller is “supermall” and is located in Cincinnati, Ohio. This item can’t be shipped, the buyer must pick up the item.
- Featured Refinements: Edison Diamond Disc Wind-Up
- Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
- Edison Model: C-19
- Dimensions: 51 Tall x 23 Wide x 25 Deep