Saturday, October 23, 2010

Guernsey Moore, Edison Phonographs, 1908

Click image for 659 x 850 size. From Taschen's "All-American Ads 1900-1919".

"The Edison Phonograph

Is equally delightful in entertaining a crowd of friends or in helping you pass a few hours by yourself. It renders a plaintive ballad or a lively waltz, a comic song or a rousing march, an instrumental solo or a funny story with a clearness and fidelity that is remarkable and almost beyond belief. Put it to the test. Go to the nearest Edison store and hear the new Edison model with the big horn. Let the dealer play for you some of the new Records for March, which include seven records by Harry Lauder. Out February 25th.

Ask your dealer or write to us for the new catalogue of Edison Phonographs; The Phongram, describing each Record in detail; the supplemental Catalogue, listing the new March Records, and the Complete Catalogue, listing all Edison Records now in existence.

Records in all foreign languages."

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