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Edison Amberola 50 phonograph: looking along the mandrel

Looking along the mandrel, where the cylinder would be placed. The reproducer is a Diamond Model C, black-lacquered. Its stylus can be seen at the top of the picture, and the resilient metal mounting between the reproducer and its frame towards the left. The last type of cylinder phonograph made by Edison, or indeed any other company, was the internal-horn Amberola range. It was offered in just th…