Item sold on 2020-07-25
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Signed by the famous "Victor Talking Machine Co," a Victrola phonograph Model VVXIV has a quarter sawn oak case dating from around 1915.
The case has an older restored finish in very fine condition and has been waxed an buffed. The original Nipper dog with "His Master's Voice" decal is under the lid along with the name of the Akron, OH dealer.
This antique wind up record player works very well and has strong volume, adjustable with soft (two doors closed), medium (one door open) and loud (2 doors open). There are on/off and speed controls, gold plated mounts are original on this superior quality large model.
An albums of records is included as shown.
Measurements of this American made furniture are 22" wide excluding the removable handle, 24" deep and 46 1/2" tall.
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