1912 EDISON Diamond Disc A250 Upright Crank Record Player Phonograph + Records

1912_EDISON_Diamond_Disc_A250_Upright_Crank_Record_Player_Phonograph_Records_01_oglf 1912 EDISON Diamond Disc A250 Upright Crank Record Player Phonograph + Records
1912 EDISON Diamond Disc A250 Upright Crank Record Player Phonograph + Records
1912 EDISON Diamond Disc A250 Upright Crank Record Player Phonograph + Records
1912 EDISON Diamond Disc A250 Upright Crank Record Player Phonograph + Records
1912 EDISON Diamond Disc A250 Upright Crank Record Player Phonograph + Records
1912 EDISON Diamond Disc A250 Upright Crank Record Player Phonograph + Records
1912 EDISON Diamond Disc A250 Upright Crank Record Player Phonograph + Records
1912 EDISON Diamond Disc A250 Upright Crank Record Player Phonograph + Records
1912 EDISON Diamond Disc A250 Upright Crank Record Player Phonograph + Records
1912 EDISON Diamond Disc A250 Upright Crank Record Player Phonograph + Records
1912 EDISON Diamond Disc A250 Upright Crank Record Player Phonograph + Records
1912 EDISON Diamond Disc A250 Upright Crank Record Player Phonograph + Records
1912 EDISON Diamond Disc A250 Upright Crank Record Player Phonograph + Records
1912 EDISON Diamond Disc A250 Upright Crank Record Player Phonograph + Records
1912 EDISON Diamond Disc A250 Upright Crank Record Player Phonograph + Records
1912 EDISON Diamond Disc A250 Upright Crank Record Player Phonograph + Records

1912 EDISON Diamond Disc A250 Upright Crank Record Player Phonograph + Records
1912 EDISON Diamond Disc A250 Upright – Crank Record Player Phonograph + Records. I believe the wood on this is Oak. Local Pick-up only – located in Wilmington NC. Beautiful Edison in working condition. Measures 21? Wide, 22 1/2? Deep, and 51 tall. This can be picked up in Wilmington, NC. Below is some information I found about these machines. Introduced in 1912, the A250 (later B250) was one of the first of Edison’s entries into the disc machine market. Most examples were fitted with a double spring motor. The cabinet was based on Edison’s Amberola I cylinder machine, but although it shares many design elements, it is not identical and an Amberola I mechanism cannot be swapped into the cabinet. The 250 nomenclature refered to its original price in dollars, a naming practice favored by Edison with many of his models. Available in oak or mahogany, the A250 and B250 enjoyed only a modest success, and was phased out around 1915. As with most Edison premium machines, the hardware was gold plated. This one in mahogany. About 10,000 of these were made.
1912 EDISON Diamond Disc A250 Upright Crank Record Player Phonograph + Records
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