Looking for that perfect gift for the music lover in your life? This guide will give you lots of different options, perfect for stocking stuffers and under the Christmas tree as well.
1905 Edison "GEM" model "A" cylinder phonograph with original oak base and oak cover and decals. The cone is exact replica. The phonograph plays two minute cylinders. The GEM was created by Thomas Edison and sold for ten dollars,
red spinnerette turntable by crosley radio who manufacturers antique reproductions of the brand’s classic record player, radio, turntable and phonograph, as well as jukeboxes, antique telephones and music boxes. The collection includes quality replicas armed with the latest modern technologies such as USB, and an mp3 and CD player.
West Orange, NJ - Thomas Edison National Historical Park. The creator of the incandescent lightbulb, the phonograph, and 1,091 other innovations toiled in this sprawling complex from 1887 to 1931. Now a national park, Edison's lab is open for self-guided tours. Also at the site: a replica of the Black Maria, the studio where the inventor shot the 1894 film Fred Ott's Sneeze.