All of these records have dates in the 1890’s.
There are 24 E.Berliner’s gramophone and 6 Zon-o-phone records.
I have no way of testing the playability of the records.
The carry case is missing a leather handle otherwise it’s in good condition I think it’s oak but not certain.On Feb-20-18 at 13:21:14 PST, seller added the following information:
I’m a little overwhelmed by the offers and requests for more info so here goes with the titles.
Unchain the dogs of war, march song, Mozart trio.
Abide with me, sung by Steve Porter.
The palms faure, corner solo by W.Paris Chambers.
A ragtime skedaddle by zonophone orchestra.
Flowers that bloom in the spring, Mozart trio.
Whistling mocking bird. William.M.Clark.
My coal black lady, Jefferson.L.Shornton.
Clarionet duet, the absent minded beggars, by mr T. Pusinelli & mr Hackert.
Rock of ages sung by mr A.G.Campbell.
Star spangled banner played by sousa’s band.
Home sweet home cornet solo by mr Thomas Clarke.
The serenade waltz played by Sousa’s band.
The battlecry of freedom, Jno J Will.
Just one girl sung by mr J.W.Myers.
Pass me not O gentle savior sung by mr Steve Porter.
Talk on stealing by George Graham.
Twin star march composed by Joe Cullen, banjo duet.
Lead kindly light sung by Haydn quartette.
-Chime Bells- Home sweet home.
Blue bells of Scotland cornet solo W.Paris Chambers.
Louisiana low sung by mr George J Gaskin.
Laughing song Ger W Johnes.
Henrietta for Brathan Dan W Quinn.
Vocal solo, Where is my wandering boy by mr Harry Macdonough.
Mosquito parade, zonophone orchestra.
Jesus lover my soul sung by Steve Porter.
Nearer my god to thee played by Sousa’s band.
Flee as a bird sung by mr J.W.Myers.
Hope this helps, happy biddingOn Feb-22-18 at 16:58:27 PST, seller added the following information:
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