ADVERGRAPHS

Phonograph slogans, advertising phrases and logos

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Advergraphs (1), Edison Phonograph Monthly, March 1915

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"Plays all Records - Never Scratches" - Americanola

"A Model for Every Purse" - Artophone

"Baly Records" - Baly Records, 1972

"The Tone That Thrills" - Blue Bird Talking Machine Co. 1919

"All Phonographs in One" - Brunswick 1918

"The Nightingale of Phonographs" - Carola

"The Phonograph with a Personality" - Cardinal 1919

"The Phonograph of the Century" - Century Phonograph 1917

"The longer you play, the sweeter it grows" - Cheney 1922

"The Master Instrument" - Cheney 1922

"Speaks for Itself" - Cleartone Talking Machine - Lucky 7 Phonograph Company 1919

"Note the Notes" - Columbia and Columbia Records

"Note the Notes" - Columbia Graphophone Co., 1916

"The Stage of the World" - Columbia Grafonola 1916

"Hearing is Believing" - Columbia Grafonola 1912

"Crosley Floating Jewel Tone System" - Crosley 1946

The Master Musician" - Da-ven-ola 1919

Duck Records - Duck Records, Ltd., 1983

"Looking for the Band" - Edison 1901

"The Acme of Realism" - Edison 1901

"The Phonograph with a Soul" Edison 1916

"The Machine that Plays any Record" - Empire Phonograph Company

"Hear that Tone" - Fuehr & Stemmer Phonograph

"The FORD of Phonograph world" - KOCH-O-PHONE

"Leads them all" - Keen-o-phone 1911

"Nothing But Class" - Lampagraph

"Speaks for Itself" - Mag-Ni-Phone

"The Music Without the Blur!" - Magnola 1918

"Built by Tone Specialists" - Magnola 1918

"Magnola's Tone Deflector eliminates the scratch" - Magnola 1918

"The Music Master of Phonographs" - Manograph

"Golden Voice" High-Fidelity System" - Motorola Hi-Fi Tone 1953

"Sings Its Own Praises" - Nightingale Mfg. Co., 1916

"Pathé is Supreme" "Costs No More than the Ordinary Phonograph" - Pathé 1920

"The Talking Machine With a Soul" - Ramosola Phonographs 1919

"The Golden Throat" Tone System - RCA Victor 1947

"The RCA Service Man" - The RCA Service Man character trademark, 1947

"The Silent-Sapphire" pickup - RCA Victor, 1947

The Victrola®45 complete automatic phonograph - RCA Victor, 1953

"Clear as a Bell" - Sonora

"The Instrument of Quality" - Sonora

"The Highest Class Talking Machine in the World" - Sonora

"My Partner" - Southern California Music Company Trademark

"The Singing Throat of the Starr Phonograph" - Starr Phonograph, 1915

The Sign of the Starr Store - Starr Phonograph 1916

"The Finest Reproducing Phonograph in the World" - Steger

"Known for Tone" - Stradavira

The real "Music-Makers" - Theiryola 1917

"His Master's Voice" - Victor Talking Machine Company

"Victor Supremacy" - Victor Talking Machine Company

"Victrola" - Victor Talking Machine Company

"The Phonograph of Marvelous Tone" - Vitanola 1919

"Plays ALL Records - Natural as Life" - Vitanola 1919

'Super-Fidelis' record changer with Siesta-Matic - "V-M High-Fidelity 1956

"None Better" - Yankee Prince made by O'Neil James Co., Chicago 1904

Cobra Tone Arm - records play via Radionic wave - Zenith 1946

"World's Fastest Record Changer" - Zenith 1946

"Silent-Speed" record changer - Zenith 1946

"Floating Filament" rides lightest on the record - Zenith 1946

"Charming" - Jame I. Lyons, Edison Jobber, Zonophone Distributor, 1908

"On Speaking Terms" - Zon-o-phone, 1908

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"The Singing Throat of the Starr Phonograph," The Talking Machine World, 1915

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The Sonora Phonograph was known by its Sonora Bell logo and the phrase "Clear as a Bell'

Other slogans included "The Instrument of Quality" and "The Highest Class Talking Machine in the World"

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"The Music Without the Blur!"

The Talking Machine World, June 15, 1918

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"Looking for the Band"

"The Acme of Realism"

Edison Advertising Form No. 410, circa 1901

"The Acme of Realism" Edison poster

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"His Master's Voice" Victor Talking Machine Co.

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RCA magazine advertisement, 1946

 

 

 

 

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"The Victrola - The most famous musical instrument in the world" The Ladies' Home Journal, October 1919

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Victrola 1921

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Lucky 7 Phonograph Company, The Talking Machine World, May 15, 1919

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Empire Talking Machine Company, The Talking Machine World, May 15, 1919

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"All Phonographs in One"

Photoplay Magazine, January 1918




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Sales Pamphlet courtesy Antiquepianoshop.com



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Steger Phonographs are an example of piano company's making phonographs - "If it's a Steger--It's the most valuable piano in the world."

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Vitanola - "The Phonograph of Marvelous Tone" - November 8, 1919

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The Crosley "Floating Jewel® Tone System" - Crosley Radio-Phonograph, Ads L-R 1946 and 1945

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Zenith Record-Playing Radios, 1946

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RCA Victor - "The Golden Throat" Tone System with the "Silent Sapphire" pickup - 1947

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The "Victrola®"45 complete automatic phonograph - RCA Victor -1953

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Pathé is Supreme - Costs No More Than the Ordinary Phonograph 1920

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"The Phonograph with a Personality" - Cardinal - The Talking Machine World, 1919 (Courtesy of the Antique Phonograph Society)

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"Hearing is Believing" - Columbia Grafonola, Cosmopolitan, 1912

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"The Tone That Thrills" - 1920

Blue Bird ad from Buffalo Courier, November 14, 1920 (Courtesy The78rpmrecordspins)

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"Note the Notes" - The Talking Machine World, November 1916

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The Sign of the Starr Store - The Talking Machine World, November 1916

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"My Partner," Talking Machine World, April 15, 1908

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"Charming," Talking Machine World, April 15, 1908

 

 

 

"The longer you play it, the sweeter it grows" - The Cheney The Master Instrument, 1922

 

 

 

 

"The Talking Machine With a Soul," The Talking Machine World, June 15, 1918

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"Known for Tone", Stradivara, The Talking Machine World. July 1919

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Postcard advertisement for Voice of Music Record Player with 4-speed 'Super-Fidelis' record changer with Siesta-Matic.

V-M 1280 Record Player introduced in 1956

 

 

 

 

"The RCA Service Man" (2) RCA Industrial Music Service, Camden, NJ - Music Services c. 1947 (2)

 

 

 

Duck Records Ltd., London, England - Phonograph records and tapes, 1983 (3)

 

 

 

 

Baly Records Ltd., North Hollywood, California, 1972 - Records (4)


 

 

 

 


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