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American Edison Triumph Cylinder Phonograph

Thomas Edison is credited with the invention of the first reliable phonograph. The Edison phonograph utilized cylinders as the medium to record and play recordings. Cylinders slid onto a spindle and played initially for two minutes and quickly evolved to four minutes. This Triumph model plays both cylinder durations. A simple turn of a crank winds the large mainspring mechanism that powers the phonograph.

This model presents in an oak case complete with a domed cover with turned wood carrying handle, and a 12-panel black metal horn. The Edison signature logo is on the case front and the exterior mechanics. Further, this fully restored phonograph comes with a one-year warranty and 6 cylinders of choice.

Truly a treasure of entertainment and musical recording history.

NOTE:  Phonograph is shown on an Oak 5-Drawer Cylinder Storage Cabinet — Item No. LPEA 18 P — listed and sold separately.

With Horn: 24″H x 23″W x 44″D

Without Horn: 18″W x 12″D

Restored, One-year Warranty

Circa 1906




SKU: LPEA 16 P $1,980 Inquire
If you would like to purchase this item or learn more about it, please click on the Inquire link above or phone the Renaissance Showroom at 805-688-1976, open seven days a week from 10 to 6.
  • American
  • Edison
  • Triumph Model Cylinder Phonograph
  • Plays 2 and 4 Minute Cylinders
  • Mechanical Spring Wind Movement
  • 12-Panel Horn
  • Restored, One-year Warranty
  • With Horn: 24″H x 23″W x 44″D
  • Without Horn: 18″W x 12″D
  • Circa 1906