This is what people in the late 1800's and early 1900's called a record. They were very popular from 1888 to 1915. This was sort of the beta max of its day as recordings on flat discs began to dominate the market in the 1910's. By 1929 the production of these cylinder type recordings essentially stopped. The "Gold-Moulded" process was developed in 1902 to improve quality. Play back speed was standardized at 160 RPM.
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