This Victor phonograph was custom mounted about 1920 inside an 1890's antique bar cabinet. There is no winding crank, this Victrola has an original GE electric motor that winds the spring automatically, and is in very fine working condition. Volume control is by closing doors. Albums of records are included as shown.
The remarkable Renaissance style oak cabinet is inlaid with burl panels, genuine Mother of Pearl marquetry and a striking archway with a perspective of distance.
The restored finish preserves lots of character for antique patina. Drawers have dovetail joints and original wooden knobs. Piano hinges allow the top to fold toward the back.
Overall size is 47" wide, 28" deep and 40" tall.
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