The Victor of 1902 has a polished mahogany cabinet with hinged top measuring 14 x 14 x 7.25 inches. It features an improved speed adjustment that indicates the rpm of the 10-inch turntable. This model originally sold for $50.00.
The Victor V was introduced in 1903 with a 12-inch turntable, heavy-duty triple springs, and choice of horns. It was the first machine with a 12-inch turntable designed to play the new 12-inch "concert" records. Like previous models in...
This model, a Home has the "new style" cabinet using the red and gold banner. It is now known as the "Long-Case Home. It originally sold for $40, which was an increase from $30 in 1899. It weighs 25 lbs.
This model, a Home, has the “new style” cabinet using the banner transfer which appeared on the cover of previous models. It is now known as the “long-case Home.” This piece sold for $40 which was an increase from $30 in 1899....
The Harmony was manufactured with a larger-than-normal spindle. It was sold cheap or given away in a ploy to force owners to buy special records to fit the machine. No other company manufactured these records, which had a larger hole.
Victor sold two versions of the VV-215, the “Standard” and the “S” models. The “S” model had provisions for mounting a radio in the left-hand side; on these models, the top to the left side can be opened. On Standard models, the left...