I'm in the Nashville-TN area and have a very old Edison phonograph that I'm trying to find a good place to either restore, get parts, or sell it. Any information is appreciated!
I've had it for many years, and I love it, but it's just collecting dust, so I figure I could either take action to make it better, or sell it to someone willing to put in more work than me. I have a full waist-high cabinet full of wax cylinders - probably around 100 of them. I also do not have the bell
Overall, it's all in decent condition (amateur opinion, I guess), but of course I have no skill in restoring these things. Most of the nastiness appears to just be dirt and grease that might be able to be wiped off, but I don't want to ruin it by trying.
I just don't really know what to do with it or where to take it.
Your machine is a 1904-1905 Edison Model "A" Standard Phonograph. The machine looks to be in very good shape. The wooden chest with drawer us specificalky meant for cylinders and costs as must as the Phonograph itself today. What state do you live in? It will help for your repairs needed. Tony K. :0) (NEFaurora@aol.com)
Last Edit: Jan 18, 2021 10:15:49 GMT -5 by nefaurora