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This Victor offers all the advantages of a large talking machine -- powerful double-spring motor, bright, bold-sounding "Exhibition" soundbox, pretty tiger oak cabinet -- on a medium-sized scale. It doesn't take up a lot of space, but it delivers a beautiful, rich sound from your 78 rpm records. During 1904 -05, a transition was occurring at the Victor Talking Machine Co. in Camden, NJ -- its roster of instruments were being given brand new designations -- the model known as the "E" began to be referred to as the Victor II (Two) in the firm's advertising. Catalogues referred to the Victor E by its new "Victor the Second" identification. The instrument received the latest technical components -- most notably the "tapering tone arm" and a larger (8" diameter) turntable. The famous "His Master's Voice" ID plate was repositioned from the left side of the cabinet to the front panel. Furthermore, as the E continued its consistent evolution toward becoming a II, it was fitted with a bracket to accept a larger, improved elbow and horn.
Charming oak cabinet with fluted pillars.
The Victor II is a charming addition to any room, and a melodious companion to the ear! We stunningly polished the brass horn, repainted the black body as it was originally, and added a flawlessly accurate "His Master's Voice" decal. Do you need 78 rpm records? No problem! We have tons! Plus the machine comes with needles included.
Price: $1850. US, plus s/h. (NY State residents must add sales tax, if applicable.)
PO Box 747
Henrietta, NY 14467
Telephone: 585-244-5546Click here for Terms & Conditions of sale
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