Scarce Columbia disc graphophone with maroon and gold horn
The red and gold horn of this Columbia is superb.
The oak cabinet and red horn make a nice combination.
Note the fancy base moldings on this phonograph. Within a year, the factory deleted the bead molding in favor of a cheaper to build design.
The turntable felt on this machine was originally factory red. This is probably the original felt!
The tone arm is intact and plays well.
Here is the Columbia reproducer with needle clamp.
Note the back bracket with gold pinstriping.
This Columbia Graphophone was listed as the BN in the Columbia catalog, although many were sold through mail order catalogs such as Sears, Roebuck and Company as in-house brands. This fancy case style was offered for one year only in 1907, before the manufacturer decided to use a simpler, cheaper to produce cabinet without the elaborate bead moldings along the base. A $25 phonograph during its time, this player is still available at a great price. All original parts with a rebuilt reproducer, the oak cabinet and petal horn have been restored along with the tone arm. In excellent working condition; complete with records and needles for unlimited enjoyment!
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