I just listed a beautiful antique phonograph to my vintage shop, Cat's Miaow Vintage, (among other lovely items, so do stop by!). I'm going to share lots more photos here, from many different angles, cause this beauty deserves it.
Gorgeous Antique Early Columbia Harmony model 10 Phonograph, 1910s, Harmony Talking Machine Co., Chicago, nice condition for it's age. Table top model. The oak cabinet has one crack in the front and some scraping on the corners, small pieces of wood taken off - see photos for detail. The horn is original but I believe it has been painted although the original color was green with gold striping, standard Harmony horn color (other were red and blue). The horn has some tiny dents, but nothing that detracts from the beauty. Horn measures 17 inches. Plays Harmony records. Original motor works well, could use some oiling. I have some Harmony records and original phonograph needles which I will include with the phonograph.
I got this phonograph several years back, but have hardly been playing it, it's been sitting sad and forgotten, which we can't allow. Hopefully it will find a new owner soon, someone who will pay it much more attention!
A while back I opened a vintage shop on Etsy - Cats' Miaow Vintage. I've been a vintage enthusiast for a long time and accumulated so many lovely things, and with my house bursting at the seams it was about time I let go of some of my possessions. In Cat's Miaow Vintage you will find unique pieces mostly from the 1920s to 1950s, and some from Victorian era. I'll be updating my shop daily with new items, so keep checking!
Rigt now I have a 30% sale in my shop - so don't miss out if you have your eye on something. Sale ends Saturday night, March 21.
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