A "Victor Talking Machine" or Victrola wind up phonograph model VVXI from about 1920 has a carved mahogany case. The finish is original with a little antique "crazing" as shown. The wind up motor plays standard old 78 rpm records very well. Inside the lid is the original Nipper dog logo with "His Master's Voice." There are speed and on/off controls. Volume control is soft - both doors closed, medium - one door open, and loud - both doors open. A large group of old records are included as shown. The name of the Minneapolis music store that sold the player is in gold. Size of this American made antique furniture is 20" wide excluding the removable winding crank, 23" deep, and 44" tall when lid is closed.
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