Post by Moooperator on Sept 1, 2009 16:21:43 GMT -6
Welcome to the ATM Virtual Phonograph Sale!
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Post by Moooperator on Sept 18, 2009 10:01:26 GMT -6
Hi, My name is Jeff Lee and I live in Tupelo, Mississippi. I've been collecting phonographs for about 10 years. Additional photos can be found on the links below the listing. Thanks for visiting my booth.
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HMV 1-A Automatic - Rare custom finish and design - Taking Offers. This is an extremely rare British machine that came out one year after Victor's automatic changing machine (1927). Universal motor. #5a soundbox. I was told by an expert in the UK that this machine was either made for the flagship store in London or for someone in the royal family. They have never seen anything close to it. The things that set this machine apart are: Satinwood inlaid, Gold plated brightwork, custom designed grill, custom made remote pedistal. This re-entrant horned machine is in a class by itself! This is a big dog coming in at 43" wide X 20.5" Height X 24.5" depth. You can see and hear it play on youtube.
You can private message any questions or offer. I have a professional custom made crate for this machine and it can be shipped through Craters and Freighters out of Memphis.
Wood Victor Horn - $475SOLD!! This wood horn has been repaired on the elbow end. You can see the work in the photo link. it does have an original gatored finish and decal. There is a metal collar inside. This is not too noticeable when on a machine as it is deep inside. Even though the repairs are not perfect and I think could be made to better match the original, it is very sturdy and does not slump on the machine as in one of the photos shows. Currently the cuff is on there to fit an elbow (No elbow with this horn) with the pin at the top so on an elbow with pin at bottom, the decal would be upside down. Ask any questions as it does have issues but shows nicely on a machine. The pin is a rather large one but I think can be filed to work on smaller elbow slots. See additional photos here: s73.photobucket.com/albums/i211/resultsteam/Wood%20horn/
20th Century Columbia BF "Peerless Cylinder Player - $600SOLD This machine plays the 2 min. wax and the 3 min 6" cylinders. This is a decent columbia machine with nice original finish, decals and a good case. Please note that the speed control knob is missing and a temporary one is on it. I'll be adding a new belt to it. This does not include the horn. Original crank, lid. many times the serpentine trim is broke on these but this is a nice one. Call me for more details. Check out additional photos: s73.photobucket.com/albums/i211/resultsteam/Columbia%20BF/
20th Century Columbia 6" Cylinder & Case #85080 - $90 These are rare birds in any condition but other than the one large chip on this one it plays nice and loud. Non-matching lid and case in good clean shape. Title: Travel On - A coon conversation. Chip goes into playing area a little over 1/4 inch. No other chips, pits or scratches. Very beginning a little worn. See additional photos s73.photobucket.com/albums/i211/resultsteam/20th%20Chip/
20th Century 6" Cylinder & Case # 85126 (Pitted) - $60 This 6 inch cylinder is clean but the top 1/3 his pits in it. Does not look like mold caused but looks like a mouse snacked on it. The other 2/3 plays well but for one small pit mid way. Title is "Overture to Semiramide" Band. Has clean case and non-matching lid. See pictures to judge pitting for yourself. Very beginning a little worn. If you have a a 20th Century machine and no 6 inch cylinder then here's a cheap one to display with it. s73.photobucket.com/albums/i211/resultsteam/20th%20pit/
Real Large Photo of Home Grand Columbia Machine and Owner - $325SOLD
This mounted photo measures 6.75X4.5 and the card measures 9X7. The card has some water stains and marks but the photo is not touched or scared. This scan is about the actual size of card. Very clean photo and sharp. No writing on back. This entrepreneur had a nice setup to do exhibition shows and some great concert cylinders. I wonder how many dimes did he have to charge before he paid for that outfit?? Looks like he could have spent some of that money on the house!
Large Photo of family & Phonograph with Original Wood backed Frame - $150 This is a real nice large format photos (About 7X9 photo plus mat & Frame.) I think it is an Edison machine but it is a European family. It has some backing in it that looks Austrian or
Edison "Looking for the Band" Stereoscope Card - $55SOLD!! Clean card... no major stains.
His Master's Voice Model 152 - British - $400 This little art deco style machine would be perfect to sit by your easy chair and listen to your records without have to get up. I've been told this machine is from 1936 and was the last of the spring driven floor model phonograph. Notice the multi finished veneers. Some chipping at the feet. The interior metal work is bronze. The reproducer has a chip where it attached but does not effect play or stability. Albums not original to machine (victor) Click this link for more photos: s73.photobucket.com/albums/i211/resultsteam/HMV%20152/
Last Edit: Sept 19, 2009 16:10:30 GMT -6 by Moooperator
"Opportunity is missed by most people because it is dressed in overalls and looks like work." Thomas A. Edison
Triumph Model B..... this machine is an outstanding example and is 100% original including the crane, crank, horn and reproducer. Just the way it came from the estate! All I have done is a superficial cleaning. the Bedplate paint is perfect and the pen striping is 95% the finis is nearly perfect a swell. This is a now excuse machine and about as clean as they come. The crane is original with a nice patina but does have nickel loss. The horn is original pant with original flowers painted inside. There is some minor paint loss and darkening or the paint on the outside. Overall an outstanding example for your collection..... I am willing to sell the machine without the horn and crane if you only want the machine. Free delivery available to the Wayne NJ show in October. Asking $1600
Zonophone Model C. This is a very clean example of a very hard to find Zonophone model C from c. 1900. it is all original except for the crank and the reproducer (which are nearly always missing) The reproducer is an extremely high quality example made by Mirek Stehlik. The Finish on the cabinet is great original condition as is the nickel on the be-plate and support arm. The tone arm has some minor pitting in the nickel, the all brass 16 inch horn has the original elbow and tightening screw. The celluloid tag on the back is great as well. A duplicate from my collection and Overall and outstanding example.Free delivery available to the Wayne NJ show in October. Asking $1900
Zonophone Concert. This is a good example of the Zonophone Concert from c. 1904. It is the early style with the oblong case and smooth bedplate and a tough machine to find as well. The case has original decals and has been french polished. The be-plate is original nickel with approximately 20% nickel loss. The support arms are both reproduction as is the reproducer (also by Mirek). The crank is original. The horn is original but has a repro elbow and some stress cracks and a repair at the elbow. Overall a good example but not perfect. Free delivery available to the Wayne NJ show in October. Asking $1350
Hello, I am Gregg Cline and I am from Findlay, Ohio. I have been collecting phonographs and music boxes for over 15 years. It is time to pare down a bit so I have the following to offer for sale.
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I have this Rare and outstanding Columbia BFT available for sale. It is in outstanding original condition with original finish and great original Columbia wooden panel horn. The horn has minor checking in the finish but no missing wood or veneer loss. The metal flange on the horn is new. The decal on the cabinet is original and flawless and the finish is very strong. The nickel is good on the bedplate and the paint and stencil on the casting is very good with very minor loss of the stencil. The tube and crook that connects to the tone arm is reproduction, however the connector that attaches to the reproducer is original. Overall a stunning machine! I am asking $2900 for it.
It is sitting on a great Herzog cylinder cabinet that matches it very well and make a great set up for display. This has original finish as well and 5 shelves inside missing the box clips. This is available as well for an additional $950.
I have the following Maroon Gem model D to offer for sale. It is a duplicate from my collection. It has a K reproducer, original crane and nice original horn. Original finish on cabinet and casting. Very minor paint loss on the body as shown on the pictures. Additional photos on request. Please let me know if you have any questions. Buyer pays shipping cost or I can delivery for free to the Wayne Show in October or make other arrangements if needed. Thanks! Gregg Cline email@example.com
**SOLD**Edison Suitcase Standard, 2 clip model with H&S Bracket style Crane and flat seam all brass horn. It has a winged c reproducer and is in outstanding original condition with original finish, bedplate paint. Striping is strong with some wear on the right front corner. Original crank. The horn has a fantastic original canvas cover with a handle. Overal an outstanding machine! Asking **SOLD** img134.imageshack.us/i/img751
Additional or larger photos on request. Please let me know if you have any questions. Buyer pays shipping cost or I can delivery for free to the Wayne Show in October or make other arrangements if needed. Thanks! Gregg Cline firstname.lastname@example.org
I will be away from the computer some (at an auction!!!) cell phone 419-306-6983
Last Edit: Sept 20, 2009 6:51:58 GMT -6 by lioret3
Post by phonographs1org on Sept 19, 2009 12:52:17 GMT -6
Greetings, www.phonographs.org/store has hundreds of items for you to see and purchase: reproducers, horns, parts, phonographs, records, cylinders, Vogues, Repair Services, etc. Come and take a look - you won't be disappointed. John
Post by roaring20s on Sept 20, 2009 18:36:07 GMT -6
Thanks to our host for making this special venue available to us all. Events like this are better by far than the simple classified posting available on this and other forums and proof that something basic can be improved. I always found those listings a bit odd when they are not pictured! This has been great and thanks to the viewers for your questions and interest.
Last Edit: Sept 20, 2009 23:16:23 GMT -6 by roaring20s
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