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Antique Phonograph Advertising: An Illustrated History by: Timothy Fabrizio, George Paul

Antique Phonograph Advertising: An Illustrated History by: Timothy Fabrizio, George Paul
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Antique Phonograph Advertising: An Illustrated History, With Price Guide by: Timothy C. Fabrizio, George F. Paul
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Author: T. Fabrizio & G. Paul
Binding: Hard Cover with dust jacket
Copyright: 2002
Pages: 234
Size: 8.5 x 11 in.

Product Code: SO-SCH-2002-076431517X-X2

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This fascinating book deals primarily with accessories & advertising in the field of antique phonographs. Some of the items included are:

  • Record labels
  • Print Advertising (Newspaper, magazines, other periodicals)
  • Postcards
  • Books
  • Cigar Boxes
  • Trade Cards
  • Photographs
  • Stereoviews
  • Handbills
  • Vocalist/ Artist/ Musician Trade Cards
  • Conical Horns
  • Sears Roebuck Ads
  • Cylinder Record Boxes
  • Old Bottle Labels (related products, phonograph oil, etc)
  • Toy Disc Talking Machines (Columbia)
  • Signs
  • Figures (Victor Talking Dog, etc.)
  • Old Coupons
  • Clocks
  • Record Cleaners
  • Letter Opener
  • Tin
  • Rulers
  • Watch Fobs
  • Fans
  • Pennants
  • Needle Tins
  • Crackers, Food & Related Items

This reference is certain to become a valuable library asset to phonograph aficionados.

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In this, their fifth collaboration, award-winning authors Timothy C. Fabrizio and George F. Paul examine the fascinating and collectible field of phonograph advertising.

Whether pragmatic, inspirational, or merely avaricious, talking machine promotion assumed a variety of mantles during its first fifty years. Charming trade cards, brightly lithographed posters, flamboyant letterheads, and a wide variety of bizarre objects emblazoned with marketing slogans were used to sell phonographs and records during the 1877-1929 period. Additionally, phonograph records were used as a medium for promoting products as disparate as toothpaste, automobiles, and presidents.

Indulge yourself with this visual feast of 450 color illustrations of phonograph and record marketing from yesteryear, plus detailed captions, values, and an insightful text! Companies include Columbia, Edison, Kurtzmann, North American, Puritan, Standard Talking Machine Company, U.S. Phonograph, Victor among many, many more.

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