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An exceptional and rare early-style AH, fitted with an extended length front mount assembly and oversized aluminum horn. This ornate, early case style has the original, seldom-seen floral decorations. #6089
COLUMBIA "HG" CONCERT CYLINDER PHONOGRAPH
This great HG (Home Grand) phonograph is in fantastic condition, and will play your 5" Concert cylinders beautifully through the large brass horn available with the machine (the floor crane and table are also included). #6035
COLUMBIA "BGT" WITH WOOD HORN #6026
COLUMBIA "SYMPHONY GRAND"
The original advertisement at left says it all - what a wonderful and elegant phonograph for the finest of homes! You may never see one on as great a condition as this; as-new and playing perfectly. #6996
This rare phonograph, one of only 12 currently known to exist, was a specially made variant of the "B" model with nickel and polished finish. #6940
The AB was affectionately nicknamed the "Macdonald" because it was one of the premier inventions of Columbia's Chief Engineer, Thomas H. Macdonald. Produced starting in 1901, it featured a large 5" concert cylinder mandrel that slipped over the smaller 2" standard cylinder mandrel. When the larger mandrel was removed, the smaller cylinders could be easily installed and played with the benefit of the ingenious swing arm that allowed the mandrel to move closer to the reproducer. There is also a speed indicating dial on the left. Columbia referred to this model in it's catalogs as the "Grand Graphaphone". In any event, it is one of the nicest, original examples we've ever seen. #6980
COLUMBIA "BF" #6949
COLUMBIA "BG" #6041
COLUMBIA "BE" #6999
COLUMBIA "BNW" ROYAL #6079
COLUMBIA "AH" #6077