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06/26/2017 05:11 PM
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(15) BLUE AMBEROL CYLINDER RECORDS PLUS (3)
Age. More than 75 years old
Composition. Early plastic
Size. 4” wide x 2” round
Rating: 8
Comments. This lot of cylinders includes songs by Collins, Jones & Murray, Porter & Meeker, American Symphony Orchestra, Premier Quartet and more. There’s such hits as Dixie Days, Father Eccentricities, I Want to Go Back to Michigan, Down in Dear Old New Orleans and more. It also has that classic hit” Two Rubes Swapping Horses” by Porter and Meeker. All appear to be in good shape with normal use wear, have some scratches and have some soiling/stains. Content, artists as well as conditions vary so please preview or contact us for more info.

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