Bet y’all ain’t got an Edison Standard this early.

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gramophone-georg
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Re: Bet y’all ain’t got an Edison Standard this early.

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Curt A wrote: Thu Feb 18, 2021 12:06 pm My point is that run of the mill Standards are common and cheap, but uninformed eBay sellers will now have a listing they can refer to that "justifies" a high listing price for a common machine, not realizing the difference between a common Standard and a very early one...
No worse than a Vic III for $9500, reduced from $12K...

Wyatt's machine #4 might just fetch that- or close- to the right buyer.
"He who dies with the most shellac wins"- some nutty record geek

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Re: Bet y’all ain’t got an Edison Standard this early.

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Curt A wrote: Thu Feb 18, 2021 12:06 pm My point is that run of the mill Standards are common and cheap, but uninformed eBay sellers will now have a listing they can refer to that "justifies" a high listing price for a common machine, not realizing the difference between a common Standard and a very early one...
Oh yeah, we got enough people thinking ALL machines are worth thousands just because they were made before 1980. We don’t need any more! 🙄

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