The Edison Standard Phonograph
The Edison Standard is a spring driven external horn phonograph model, that was introduced by Edison's National Phonograph Company, in April, 1899. It sold for $20, but remember you were lucky to make $1 per day at the time.
We were given a good working one a couple of years ago and already had a non-functioning one. Since the building is space limited, it seemed wise to sell one of them.
In order to sell one, it has to work. So we decided to fix the broken one and sell it. There were two main problems. The spring was broken about 3 turns from the inner end. The C reproducer needed a lot of help. We don't do reproducers, so we sent it out for repair. The spring is simple, but as you probably know, it is dangerous to replace a spring if you are inexperienced at this job. There was also a chipped tooth on one gear, which had to be replaced.
We got it all taken care of in early July of 2017 and will be sale shortly, but there is no horn to go with it, as they are readily available in reproduction form.