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H7421 1915 Edison Consul model phonograph, and 40 disc type records. Complete with sapphire needle. Height 52', 22 1/2' deep, 21' wide. Marked 'Edison Disc Phonograph, Diamond Disc Official Laboratory Model'.. Click to enlarge.

1915 Edison Consul model phonograph, and 40 disc type records. Complete with sapphire needle. Height 52’, 22 1/2’ deep, 21’ wide. Marked ‘Edison Disc Phonograph, Diamond Disc Official Laboratory Model’.

Made
  • 1915
1915 Edison Consul model phonograph, and 40 disc type records. Complete with sapphire needle. Height 52", 22 1/2" deep, 21" wide. Marked "Edison Disc Phonograph, Diamond Disc Official Laboratory Model".

Summary

Object No.

H7421

Object Statement

1915 Edison Consul model phonograph, and 40 disc type records. Complete with sapphire needle. Height 52', 22 1/2' deep, 21' wide. Marked 'Edison Disc Phonograph, Diamond Disc Official Laboratory Model'.

Physical Description

1915 Edison Consul model phonograph, and 40 disc type records. Complete with sapphire needle. Height 52", 22 1/2" deep, 21" wide. Marked "Edison Disc Phonograph, Diamond Disc Official Laboratory Model".

Production

Made

  • 1915

Source

Credit Line

Gift of E Hogg, 1964

Acquisition Date

17 February 1964

Cite this Object

Harvard

1915 Edison Consul model phonograph, and 40 disc type records. Complete with sapphire needle. Height 52', 22 1/2' deep, 21' wide. Marked 'Edison Disc Phonograph, Diamond Disc Official Laboratory Model'. 2020, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 22 January 2021, <https://ma.as/248379>

Wikipedia

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