An excellent example of a Victor III 1902 table phonograph designed to play the, then new, 78 rpm records on a 10″ turntable. Often horns on more expensive models had highly decorative floral designs. This example from the Andrew Coffey collection is painted a simple black.

The Thunder Bay Museum holds a range of gramophones and other types of musical instruments, some unique to Thunder Bay. This is supplemented by an extensive sheet music collection, again with many items written and produced in Northwestern Ontario.