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 Post subject: FOR SALE: Important Phonograph Collection: Various
PostPosted: Tue Jun 26, 2018 1:28 pm 
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Those of you who have collected for some time are familiar with Jean-Paul Agnard. He has offered a variety of otherwise-impossible-to-obtain reproduction parts for decades, and has amassed an outstanding collection of antique cylinder phonographs and related items. He is a good man who has made a positive contribution to our hobby.

At the Union show earlier this month, Jean-Paul sat me down for a heart-to-heart conversation. To my surprise and sorrow, he has decided to sell his entire phonograph collection, and asked if I would help get the word out. There will be an advertisement in the September issue of The Antique Phonograph, but this posting is, I believe, the first public announcement.

I am not acting as Jean-Paul's agent. All inquiries should be sent to him directly at jean-paul.agnard@sympatico.ca


Jean-Paul's collection may be viewed on his web site: http://www3.sympatico.ca/jean-paul.agna ... ection.htm

Scroll down to the heading in red titled: The Collection.

Jean-Paul's phonographs can be seen by clicking on the categories under "The American Machines" such as "Edison Phonographs," "Columbia Graphophones," and "Other American Machines."

Jean-Paul's European phonographs can be seen by clicking on the categories under "The Non-American Machines" such as "Pathé Phonographs," "Other French Machines," and "Other European Machines."

There is also an interesting section to explore titled, "The Accessories."

I am not acting as Jean-Paul's agent. All inquiries should be sent to him directly at jean-paul.agnard@sympatico.ca


Contact Jean-Paul for prices of each item. These are priced to SELL, so if you would like to obtain anything in this important collection, you have an excellent opportunity.

Jean-Paul attends most major phonograph shows in the U.S., so delivery can probably be arranged. Again, please discuss this with Jean-Paul directly.

Best of luck to all - -

George P.


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 Post subject: Re: FOR SALE: Important Phonograph Collection: Various
PostPosted: Sat Dec 29, 2018 9:33 am 
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Jean-Paul asked me to remind TMF members that many machines from his collection remain available. If Santa didn't bring you that special machine you're looking for, it may not be too late...

George P.


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 Post subject: Re: FOR SALE: Important Phonograph Collection: Various
PostPosted: Thu Jan 10, 2019 10:07 pm 
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Just another reminder to contact jean paul if you are interested in something from his wonderful collection. I myself just purchased a 6" black lambert Imperial cylinder to go with my Imperial 1 Lambertphone. I never thought I would ever fine one but I remembered see one when I visited him a few years ago and he still had it and was glad to sell it to me.


Kevan

PS I just noticed my horse and buggy (avatar) is missing ??


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