Item sold on 2018-04-09 - Shipped on 2018-05-04
Shipper: RICK HILL (336-848-1214)
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Signed by the famous "Victor Talking Machine Co," a Victrola phonograph Model VVXI-V was made around 1919, and has a quarter sawn oak case.
The restored finish is in excellent condition on beautifully figured grain. An original Nipper dog with "His Master's Voice" decal is under the lid with the insignia from "Lyon and Healy of Chicago," who originally sold this machine. The original lock and key still work, mounts are nickel finish over brass.
This wind up record player works very well and has strong volume, adjustable to soft (two doors closed), medium (one door open) and loud (2 doors open).
A group of standard 78 rpm records are included as shown.
Measurements of this American made furniture are 20" wide excluding the removable handle, 22" deep and 48" tall.
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