The Jean-Paul Agnard's Cylinder Phonographs Collection

Contact: Jean-Paul Agnard at jean-paul.agnard@sympatico.ca

 


Still Under Construction

  (If you cannot see a picture, please, contact Me and I will correct it)

179 phonographs and  19 accessories reviewed (19/01/2009)

New: My bibliography (41)

 

All the color images are from the collection and all the black & white ones are either from reprints or from other sources.

 

Started in 1970 with an Edison Standard Model D Phonograph, 15 Blue Amberol cylinders and no horn, the collection has, now, more than 250 machines (see Alphabetical Index).

A Museum open in 1983 and closed for a few years has reopen in 1997 to the public.  You can now take a Tour

Want List

The New Machines, Repro Parts and Accessories of the Month

Here will be listed the new machines repro parts and accessories entered with their date of entry.

 

Idelia D2  (07/12/2008)

Amberola 75  (30/11/2008)

Amberola 80  (30/11/2008)

 

The Collection

The collection can be divided into two large sections of nearly same size: the American machines and the non-American ones plus the accessories.

 

 

The American machines (86)

The American machines can be themselves divided into three sections: the Edison phonographs (42), the Columbia Graphophones (29) and the other American machines (15) (Busy Bee, US, etc.).

 

 

The non-American machines (93)

The non-American machines can be themselves divided into two sections: the French machines and the other European machines (45) (English, German and Swiss).   The French machines can be themselves divided into two sections: the Pathe phonographs (14) and the other French machines(34) (Bettini, Lioret, Ullman,etc.).

 

 

The accessories (19)

 

 

My bibliography (41)

 

 

And, at last, the Lys-O-Phone  lysophonethumb.JPG (6812 bytes)  made in Quebec in 1998.

 

 

Cylinder phonograph reproduction parts and reprints

 

Stolen phonographs Free Service

 

 

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