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Graphophone Record Player Patents Set 2 [75 Images]

Graphophone Record Player Patents Set 2 [75 Images]

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The publication titled Graphophone Patents is a collection of patents related to the graphophone, which was an early sound recording and playback device. This publication is attributed to the United States Patent Office and was published in 1878.
The graphophone, developed by Alexander Graham Bell and Charles Sumner Tainter, was one of the precursors to modern phonographs and record players. It used a wax cylinder to record and reproduce sound. The publication includes the details of patents that were granted for various aspects of the graphophone's technology, design, and related innovations.
The collection can serve as a valuable historical resource for those interested in the early history of sound recording and the development of audio playback technology. Patents are legal documents that describe inventions and their technical aspects, making them important references for understanding the technology and innovation of their time.

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