Antique record players, crank style made by "Sonora" a New York company
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16 Jan 2004 12:31 PST
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Question ID: 297203
I am restoring an antique "victrola"style record player. It is hand crank in a wooden console cabinet. The data plate has the makers name, which is Sonora and the "instrument number" is A745989. The manufacturer was a New York company. I would like the date of manufactur as close as passible.
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Re: Antique record players, crank style made by "Sonora" a New York company
From: bobbie7-ga on 16 Jan 2004 13:37 PST
Perhaps the following might be of your interest: Here is a 1909 Sonora Phonograph http://18.104.22.168/Museum/Parlor/pages/PA180338.htm Here is a more detailed image http://22.214.171.124/Museum/Parlor/pages/PA180339.htm A 1920 Sonora phonograph manual http://www.angelfire.com/nc3/talkingmachines/SonoraManual.html 1924 Sonora phonograph http://magazines.ivillage.com/countryliving/collect/worth/articles/0,,284646_294068,00.html?arrivalSA=1&cobrandRef=0&arrival_freqCap=1&pba=adid=7027201 Sonora Phonograph Factory http://www.saginawimages.org/essay.asp?ItemID=HEES0007&SearchTerm=185 --Bobbie7
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