Description: Here we have an original condition Pathe Freres Phonograph model no XII from the early 1900's. This beautiful piece was made with a universal tone arm, Patheperfect tone control, Pathe Reproducer, Saphire Ball, Silent Motor and an all-wood tone chamber. The original green felt is still on the turntable. There is a brass tag that reads: REGISTERED PATHE U.S. PAT. OFFICE PATHE FRERES PHONOGRAPH CO. PATHEPHONE MODEL XII NO. 25722 NEW YORK, N.Y. U.S.A. inside the case. The fabric in front of the speaker is missing. The base has 2 doors that open to 5 shelves for disc storage. All 4 legs sit on casters. The cabinet is beautiful mahogany with the original finish. The finish on the lid is checking and there are some nicks and scuffs on the cabinet. This is typical wear for a piece this age. I do not know the exact date this phonograph was made in the early 1900's. This piece is antique and will not be perfect. This phonographs cabinet measures 44

inches tall, 20

inches side to side and 21 1/8 inches front to back. It weighs 102 pounds. I have tested this phonograph and it works perfectly and also has a choke on the left had side. Miscellaneous vinyl's come with it. Please message me for a freight quote. I need the zip code that it is going to and whether it is going to a business or residence. Customer Pick Up is available as well. This Item is sold as - is No returns

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