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 Post subject: Re: Edison W250 / W19 Database Project
PostPosted: Sun May 13, 2018 7:06 pm 
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PeterF wrote:
Is the Antique finish on the hardware type i) or type ii)?

Thank you for asking for the clarification. I had not noticed this yet. I was just so happy that a member made an effort to respond with their information. :D I'm hoping that others will follow suit. Thank you for your help, it is greatly appreciated.


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 Post subject: Re: Edison W250 / W19 Database Project
PostPosted: Sun May 13, 2018 8:12 pm 
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I updated this on the other post also. (ii)longitudinal
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 Post subject: Re: Edison W250 / W19 Database Project
PostPosted: Sun May 13, 2018 8:16 pm 
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I sold my William and Mary in the March 2017 Donley Auction. I think the buyer said he was taking it to St. Louis. So I am answering the questions based on photos I still have. - Jim Nichol

1. W19
2. SM-16136
3. Round Medallion
4. I only have a partial photo, so I can only see the words "Diamond Disc"
5. Door and Vertical Index
6. Walnut
7. Beading below grill, not sure I see beading above legs in photos
8. Cabinet lock
9. Don't know
10. Nickel Dance reproducer, looks like gun metal with yellow highlights elsewhere
11. No
12. Don't see a dealer tag
13. No
14. Dark yellow, very old, tattered and stained, may not be original


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 Post subject: Re: Edison W250 / W19 Database Project
PostPosted: Sun May 13, 2018 9:07 pm 
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Thank you Gary and Jim.


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 Post subject: Re: Edison W250 / W19 Database Project
PostPosted: Fri May 18, 2018 3:06 pm 
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This is an empty cabinet. No hardware except door knob and lid lift. I still thought enough info could be culled to include here. Oh and if anyone needs a cabinet and or pieces let me know.


1. Model Designation: W-19

2. Serial Number:9180

3. "Official Laboratory" Medallion: Round

4. Exact Wording of the Medallion: The model 250 Diamond disc Phonograph is the official laboratory Model ThosAEdison

5. Record Storage: Drawer Vertical Index?

6. Cabinet Wood Type: Walnut

7. Cabinet Beading above the legs and below the grill? Y

8. Cabinet lock? Y

9. What is the "Cabinet Factory No." - (if present) as found on the sticker inside the horn compartment none

10. Which finish is on the reproducer, horn throat and other hardware? This was found as an empty cabinet. No hardware except lid latch.


b) Edison "Antique" (silvery grey with yellowish highlights, sometimes called "gunmetal")
ii) "Antique" with highlights that are longitudinal stripes and/or edges


11. Duncan Stop?: Y/N

12. Dealer Tag: None

13. Original Dated Sales Receipt/Shipping Documentation, etc.: None

14. Grille cloth? None
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 Post subject: Re: Edison W250 / W19 Database Project
PostPosted: Thu Jul 26, 2018 1:45 pm 
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I'm interested in selling mine should there be interest. Answers are as follows:

1. W19
2. 9823
3. Round
4. The Model 250 Diamond Disk is the Official Laboratory Model (w/full signature)
5. Doo and Vertical Index
6. Mahogany
7. N
8. Y
9. not present
10. b-Edison "Antique"
11. N
12. not present
13. not present
14. not present


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