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 Post subject: Re: Edisonic and Long Playing Consoles Survey
PostPosted: Fri Jul 14, 2017 8:09 pm 
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Did you want parts machines included in this survey? I just bought a Beethoven cabinet that has been gutted of the horn and motor and mechanism.


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 Post subject: Re: Edisonic and Long Playing Consoles Survey
PostPosted: Sat Jul 15, 2017 7:13 am 
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marcapra wrote:
Did you want parts machines included in this survey? I just bought a Beethoven cabinet that has been gutted of the horn and motor and mechanism.

Hi Marc,

Unless there's a data plate intact, I don't see how it would be relevant. Unfortunately.

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Fran
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 Post subject: Re: Edisonic and Long Playing Consoles Survey
PostPosted: Tue Dec 05, 2017 4:03 pm 
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Here is the info on the Edisonic Beethoven I recently rescued from Louisville, KY.

1) What is the model? Beethoven(BN)

2) What is the serial number on the dataplate? "1712"

3) Is there a speed control knob present in the left hand corner of the motor-plate? "NO"

4) What finish is present on the hardware and reproducer? "Gold"

5) Which reproducer(s) are present? "Regular"

6) Does your Phonograph (Schubert/Beethoven owners) have the Long and Short gearing present? "NO"

7) Does your Phonograph have the "10 and 12 inch" buttons present? "NO"

8) Are there any other special attachments present: "No"

9) Are there any original documents or dealer identification with, or fastened to, your Phonograph? Dealer ID Plate on the back under the Edisonic Decal. "The Kay Graham Co. Music Shop 819 Gatlin Street. Portsmouth, Ohio
10) What is the Cabinet Factory No. (if a sticker is present inside the horn compartment)? "NO"


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 Post subject: Re: Edisonic and Long Playing Consoles Survey
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colmike1 wrote:
Here is the info on the Edisonic Beethoven I recently rescued from Louisville, KY.

1) What is the model? Beethoven(BN)

2) What is the serial number on the dataplate? "1712"

3) Is there a speed control knob present in the left hand corner of the motor-plate? "NO"

4) What finish is present on the hardware and reproducer? "Gold"

5) Which reproducer(s) are present? "Regular"

6) Does your Phonograph (Schubert/Beethoven owners) have the Long and Short gearing present? "NO"

7) Does your Phonograph have the "10 and 12 inch" buttons present? "NO"

8) Are there any other special attachments present: "No"

9) Are there any original documents or dealer identification with, or fastened to, your Phonograph? Dealer ID Plate on the back under the Edisonic Decal. "The Kay Graham Co. Music Shop 819 Gatlin Street. Portsmouth, Ohio
10) What is the Cabinet Factory No. (if a sticker is present inside the horn compartment)? "NO"

Thank you very much! I'll add your Beethoven to my spreadsheet.

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Fran
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