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I've looked them up. I've found them in the machines I own. I have played and listened to them. Edison's is the best by far and away just the best all around! I wish I had more discs like this one of his. Oh by the way I even found out who this Prince of Pilsen was! I show some of the cast from the 1903 musical too! I believe Edison's was 1924 and the Victors 1910-1914.
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For sale is this clean recording of "Let Us Not Forget" along with a nice COPY of an original sleeve for the record. Reverse side is the stirring "National Airs of the Allies" by the New York Military Band. This record has no chips or de-lamination. Condition is excellent. Shipping Is Included: The Items Will Be Carefully Packed, Boxed, and Shipped Priority Mail to a U.S. Address Only. Please E-mail or PM with questions or interest.
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Hortonvile, Wisconsin - US
I have heard others who like me have more then one standard and each (I have three) is different enough and has its own horn all different too. I show you my three Standards the oldest of which left the factory in January 1904 and has a blue flowery horn, in the slot crank and was never altered so plays only two minute wax cylinders. My first Standard left the factory in December of 1905 and was altered to play the 2 and 4 minute wax cylinders, had female crank which screws on and it came with a small witches hat horn. Lastly my 'new' Standard is a model D and has a cygnet horn and came from t