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Phonograph & Cylinder Record


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This Thomas Edison phonograph is from the early 1900s. It plays music by reading the groves on the ’Edison Gold
Mould’ cylinder records placed in the machine. The phonograph was eventually replaced by the more popular gramophone system, which used disc-shaped records.

14th Aug 2009


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homes, house, Letchworth, garden city, phonograph, music player, Edwardian, music

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