With a simple, internal-horn mechanism, this machine is a great way to listen to four minute Blue Amberol and Indestructible records!
Note the original wooden grill.
A view from the right side.
The top of the lid shows the lovely oak grain pattern. These models were also available in mahogany.
A view of the rear of the cabinet.
Left side of the cabinet.
Edison's Amberola line of phonographs was specifically designed to play his state-of-the-art four minute records, and this machine was built as part of the well-known 1915 series. Initially offered at the hefty price of $50, this instrument boasts a diamond reproducer and powerful, beltless motor. Mechanically rebuilt, lubricated, and ready to go. Audition and pick-up welcome at our San Francisco location, or we can ship this one safely anywhere.
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