International Graphophone Company
This company was organized in New York before 1887. It held the patent rights of Alexander Graham Bell, Chichester Bell, and Charles Sumner Tainter and operated a factory in Hartford, Connecticut. On August 30, 1889, Stephen F. Moriarty and Theodore Seligman became the company's European representatives. After 1890 the company had complex stock and contractual relations with the Edison United Phonograph Company, the Edison-Bell phonograph companies, and the Edison Phonograph Works.