9 antique Edison Gold Moulded record cylinders and one case with no record. Two are in excellent condition, the rest are in fair condition. All the cases are dusty and a bit mildewy except for the two in excellent condition. The two that excellent records are titled "Tell Me Pretty Maiden" and "Sweet Sixteen Waltz". The rest include: "Merry Birds Polka" (a bit mildewy); "Talking Rueben Haskins Ride On a Cyclone Auto" (also a bit mildewy, water stain on the case); "Way Back" (A bit mildewed, some water staining and lots of grime with some deterioration to the case, cylinder looks pretty good); "The Bee That Gets The Honey" (Bit mildewed with the case deteriorating a bit, some water staining and quite dusty); "Dixie" (Bit mildewed with the case deteriorating a bit, some water staining and quite dusty, Double lable with the outer label torn, inner is fine.); A comic song "The Saftest O' The Family" (Bit mildewed with the case deteriorating a bit with a small hole to the lid, some water staining and quite dusty); Final cylinder I am not able to read as the beveled edge has flaked off some but the title starts with "Heather" and is a recording of bells. The cylinder looks OK minus the edge problem. The case is dusty, grimey and has some water staining. T is one case without the cylinder included in the group. It has a hand written title on the top of the case that reads "Country Blacksmith's Shop". Also has a bit of deteriorationt, some water staining and is quite dusty. See pictures for further details and condition. No reserve.
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