1905 Edison Standard Phonograph
This phonograph was completely restored. Much of the paint on the base had chipped away and there was a lot of rust. The base was stripped and repainted. A new belt was installed and the motor was cleaned and lubricated. Reproduction decals were added and the cabinet was polished.
The Edison Standard cylinder phonograph was one of Edison's most popular phonographs for the middle income market. It was introduced in 1898, made in great quantities and sold well. It was durable and easy to maintain. It is often the first Edison phonograph acquired by collectors.
It plays two-minutes cylinders and one wind-up will last for several plays.