Grammophon recording of 'Ich bin ein Preusse', the artist is unknown. This may be a nursery rhyme; the first commercial recordings were nursery rhymes.
The disc is a single sided 5 inch zinc lateral cut engraving, manufactured by E. Berliner's Grammophon company. It very probably played at 150 rpm.
The disc was played on the first commercial gramophone, manufactured by Kaemmer and Reinhardt, Walterershaufen, Germany from 1889 to 1894.

German patent nos. Drp 45048 and 1246.

Description of Content

Type: Berliner 05 in. Contents: "Preussen". Company: E. Berliner's Grammophon. Type details: comments: German patent nos. DRP 45048 and 1246.

Physical Description

Single sided 5 inch disc, probably made of zinc, with engraved playback grooves on one side, with central hole.

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