Antique Talk-O-Phone tabletop disc phonograph . This "Talk O Phone Phonograph" was made in Toledo, Ohio, around 1905. This company was owned by Albert Irish, Wynant van Zant, and Pierce Bradley. In addition to phonographs, the company produced discs (records). Its competitors were Columbia and Victor. Victor eventually put them out of business in a lawsuit concerning disc copyrights
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