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John Herzog: "On This Day in Phonographic History..."


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"On This Day in Phonographic History..."


May 4, 1909: John Herzog was granted U.S. Design Patent No.39,970 for the cabinet that was marketed as the Columbia Grafonola “Deluxe.”


June 5, 1907: John Herzog filed for a U.S. Design Patent (eventually granted as No.38,669) for “Phonograph Cabinet.” This would be marketed as the Columbia “Symphony Grand,” the company’s first internal-horn talking machine.


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