Signed by the famous "Victor Talking Machine Co. of Camden, NJ," a Victrola phonograph Model VV-VIII has a quarter sawn oak case and a matching record cabinet below. This model was made between 1911-1924.
The record cabinet is a separate piece, signed "Herzog Art Furniture of Michigan." An assortment of standard old 78 rpm records plus an album are included as shown.The restored finish is in excellent condition, the original Nipper dog with "His Master's Voice" decal is under the lid. This antique wind up machine 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, nickel mounts are original.Measurements of this American made furniture are 17" wide excluding the removable handle, 21" deep and 46" tall overall.
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