Model 12

Antique dictaphone from the early 20th century, first invented by Thomas Edison, designed to record dictation to wax cylinders to be later transcribed. This is a true relic and seems to be mostly intact, most obviously missing a horn that would be talked into which was once attached to the end of the silver tubing. Included is the wheeled stand and original power cord which hasn't been tested. A real piece of early electronic communication history and a fine conversation piece or home decor for the eclectic collector of curios.

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$99.00


1 in stock at 20450 Greenfield Road, Detroit, MI (Phone # 313-345-4000)

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  • Dictaphone
  • Model 12
  • Used
  • 1 in stock at 20450 Greenfield Road, Detroit, MI (Phone # 313-345-4000)
  • This Item Is Local Pickup Only
  • Returns must be received within 30 days of purchase and will be subject to a 20% restocking fee.
    Refunds will be issued once the item is received back.
    Customers will be responsible for all shipping costs. No returns on local pickup only items.
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