Item sold on 2011-10-31 - Shipped on 2011-11-09
Shipper: RICK HILL (336-848-1214)
This genuine antique Victrola or "Victor Talking Machine" tabletop phonograph or record player dates from around 1910. It is marked VVIX 4461. Also included are the base cabinet for record storage plus record album holders with dozens of records. The mahogany cases both have an excellent finish. Nickel hardware is original as is the famous "His Master's Voice" design with the dog "Nipper" under the lid.
This player works well, and there is an automatic shutoff at the end of play. The crank is removable, the wind up spring motor is in good running order. Volume control is soft (both doors closed), medium (one door open) and loud (both doors open).
In the lower record storage area are original albums of various records.
Measurements of the Victrola are 17" wide, 20" deep and 13" tall when the lid is closed, excluding the removable crank. The base cabinet is 23" wide, 19" deep and 30" tall. This item has sold.
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