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 Post subject: The PHONOGRAM and very early Berliner 2 days to go
PostPosted: Wed May 16, 2018 11:43 am 
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Victor II
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After all I wont be able to persue the PHONOGRAM or other objects in this exceptional auction, other things are happening in my life / here's the website in case anyone on the forum is interested (it goes under the club the 18th, in 2 days. Here it is https://www.tooveys.com/

the lot is 2553, check out the Berliner record with his voice allegedly from 1888 for example... all of the photos of the record are not on the website / they sent them to me after I asked.

Would be great to hear about how these things end up!! There is a thread about this machine / The Phonogram / where Brandon posted an ad of this mystery machine / european machines forum

Snal


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