Edison Triumph Phonograph with Cygnet horn and Model O reproducer
Here is the Triumph with its 11-panel swan-neck horn.
This is the original decal on the front of the cabinet.
Another view of the oak cabinet.
The mechanism has the 2-4 minute gearing. This instrument can play any of the standard-sized records of the late 1800s and early 1900s.
Here is the rare and desirable Model O combination reproducer.
The Triumph was Edison's top-of-the-line model for the home entertainment market, and sold at $50 for much of its time for sale. With the three-spring motor and substantial, heavy cabinet, it really stands out mechanically and aesthetically. This banner model was shipped from the Edison factory in the first few years of the 1900s, and then updated periodically to keep up-to-date. It now has the 2-4 gearing, a model O reproducer and an original Cygnet horn. Ships from Chicago.
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