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Phonographs257 of 281Edison model D standard phonograph. restorationBuddha gramophone made in the UK plays 78 rpm records
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    Posted 10 years ago

    Saxymojo
    (74 items)

    European designed machines were always the most creative! This spanish made Extrafon is indeed a perfect example. The horn is made from cast iron with a brass bell, the covering on the cabinet is a marbleized celluloid. This is also one of my partners favorite machines.

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    Comments

    1. Celiene Celiene, 10 years ago
      CAST IRON?? It must weigh a ton! You have a phenomenal collection!
    2. Saxymojo Saxymojo, 10 years ago
      Thank you, we love our collection, I still have a lot more to post. Yes the machine is very heavy, there is some damage on the top deck due to this, the last owner must have been lifting the machine from the deck.

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