Vintage Phonograph Needle Tin - Imperial - German - Colorful GraphicsVintage Phonograph Needle Tin - Imperial - German - Colorful GraphicsVintage Phonograph Needle Tin - Imperial - German - Colorful GraphicsVintage Phonograph Needle Tin - Imperial - German - Colorful Graphics

On the front of this colorful old tin it reads; 200 Imperial Needles - Made in Germany and there is a picture of a Victor like external horned phonograph and art nouveau graphics. This type of steel needle was used for playing 78 records. On the back it says; Use Each Point Once Only. It is partially full with an assortment of needles, probably used and not much in the way of useable needles.

The lid is hinged and the tin measures approximately 1 7/8" by 1 3/8". It is in nice condition with minor wear. There are some small rust spots on the blue background behind the phonograph and lightly dulled areas on both the front and back although most of the tin retains good gloss. It would make a nice addition to a needle tin collection.

The pictures are not shown at actual size. Please refer to the description for actual measurements.

Don't forget to check out the other antique and collectible phonograph advertising in our shop including other needle tins!

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Item ID: 26412


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Vintage Phonograph Needle Tin - Imperial - German - Colorful Graphics

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