This category is for web sites about the hobby of collecting vintage recordings -- such as shellac 10" records or wax cylinders -- as well as for Internet resources that would be useful for collectors.
About the history of English 78rpm records and cylinders, with Gramophone record labels and advertisements to view, and early sounds to listen to.
Information about cylinder recordings and streaming audio, from the University of California, Santa Barbara.
Information about vintage recordings and reissues of vintage recordings. New RealAudio selections every month.
Online magazine about vintage recordings; shop and museum devoted to old records in England.
This site is devoted to vintage music from the early decades of the 20th century. Features RealAudio streams of acoustic and electrically recorded records.
Antique phonographs, early sound recording methods, wax cylinder records, excerpts of old-time marching band music, and much of interest to collectors of vintage records.
Listen to a collection of 78 RPM records, transcribed in streaming Real Audio, accompanied with background information, photos and record labels. In English and Dutch.
Specializes in high-quality, peer-reviewed books and electronic publications for researchers, librarians, archivists, and advanced collectors of historic sound recordings
History of two companies involved in the manufacture and sale of 7" and 9.25" etched label. Discography, mp3s, phonografs.
Information pertaining to antique phonographs, gramophones, records, Victor, Edison, Columbia, and of course, Nipper. Contains cylinder and disc sound recordings, a phonograph gallery, repair instructions, and resource listings.
A safe place to talk about those talking machines. Covers Edison cylinders, 78s, Diamond discs and 10" LPs.
Audio selections from a collection of 78 RPM records, rotated monthly. Also, demonstration clips of noise reduction, and a trivia quiz.
The complete resource for 78 collectors. Pictures of labels, many good articles and lots of links.
Focused on under-the-counter 78 RPM records and specialty series produced by very small labels.
A multimedia Web site devoted to the first half-century of recorded sound in Canada. When complete, it will provide a look at the 78-rpm era. A project of the National Library of Canada.
Tim Gracyk's home page: a large collection of original articles on vintage phonographs and recordings.
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