Edison “4 clip” Model A Standard Phonograph.
This is an exceptional specimen of the early model “A” standard phonograph, showcasing the remarkable 4 clip design (named after the 4 clips on the case). It is worth noting that this particular phonograph was manufactured prior to the introduction of 4-minute cylinders. Its inception dates back to approximately 1898. Unlike the later production models, these early standards were encased in a square structure rather than the rounded cases. The machine has been meticulously restored and is currently in excellent working condition, radiating an ageless charm. It is accompanied by an Automatic reproducer and the original shaver, while also including a reproduction horn. For a more comprehensive understanding, please refer to the provided images. Should you have any inquiries, please do not hesitate to ask.