Edison Triumph Mod. D
Combination type - 2/4  Minute player
Cygnet Horn
1907 - 1910

Triumphs were the top of the line for Edison home use. Other machines
were offered for the more elite, but Triumph was the top machine for the
general buying public. With the large powerful, three spring "Trident"
Motor the Triumph was strong, long running, quite and relatively
trouble free.
As you can see this is a large machine, it was offered with many options
of horns, reproducers and misc.

This machine, as you can see is a real find, all original finish on cabinet and bedplate,
(as far as I can tell), there is some greening of the varnish from age.
the decals show little wear and are bright as you can see. The motor and upper
works are very quiet and work very well.

An original Diamond "B" reproducer is provided for the Blue Amberol records.
This means you cannot play any wax records. The Diamond "B" is the very best
sound reproducing and loudest reproducer.


The original finish has been hand polished to a high luster.

All is original on this machine, with the exception of the horn, and crane
   which are reproduced.

We all would like to find that proverbial mint machine in
Aunt Tilly's closet. Early collectors found these machines
and were able to buy them cheaply. We are now finding the
machines that need substantial work. The horns usually are
rusty (often through the metal), they are dented, from
small dings to large folds. and where used as funnels for fuel
and other things.
To restore an original takes a lot of skill and work, and when
   you get through you have a dimpled, wavy, repainted less than
correct original that I prefer not to put on my machines as
representing what the makers and skilled workers made.
  The Reproduced horns we sell and use are made exactly like
the originals, less all the rust, dents and high prices.

The Price for this exceptional machine that has been gone through and needs
nothing else but to show off and enjoy is


Excluding Cal. St. Tax & Shipping / insurance.
 Sorry, shipping to us addresses only
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