Nipperhead Antique Phonograph
Nipperhead Antique Phonograph is a website offering information pertaining to antique phonographs, gramophones, records, Victor, Edison, Columbia, and Nipper.
The site contains cylinder and disc sound recordings, a phonograph gallery, repair instructions, and resource listings.
The website identifies a key piece of history as being when Thomas A. Edison first turned the crank of his tinfoil machine “and heard the scratchy, barely recognizable rendition of Mary Had a Little Lamb.”
It describes the phonograph as “a source of awe and fascination.”
Aside from Edison, other subsequent inventors covered by the site include:
- Emile Berliner
- Bell & Taintor
- Eldridge Johnson
- Phonograph Gallery
- Listening Room
- Phonograph History
- Phonograph Ephemera
- Phonograph Resources
- Events and Shows
Relaunch of website
The Nipperhead site underwent a major upgrade and relaunched in December 6, 2007 – coinciding with the 130th anniversary of Edison's invention of the phonograph.
The bookmarklet lets you save things you find to your collections.
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