Beautiful Victrola VV-100 - Victor Talking Machine Co.

Beautiful Victrola VV-100 Is In Fine Condition

The VV-100 series was manufactured by the Victor Talking Machine Co. between 1921-1925. Though not a rare machine, this Victrola is a handsome, working example of the VV-100 and was likely manufactured between 1921 and 1923 based on its serial number - 47749 - and production run code - 195331.

This Victrola was sold by a small music store in Bangor, PA and remained in Pennsylvania until 1992 when it was moved to a bed & breakfast in central North Carolina. In 2001, it took another trip and was relocated to south Florida w it now resides.

The motor works very well and the spring winding system is fully-functional. The mahogany-colored cabinet is also in very good condition with some knicks, scratches and alligatoring in some areas commensurate with its age. All hardware is original.

A Very Presentable Machine For The Serious Victrola Collector

Included with the purchase of the Victrola VV-100:

Approximately seventy 78's from various, popular artists including Dinah Shore, Harry James, Vaughn Monroe, Bing Crosby and Eddie Fischer 100+ phonograph needles 3 metal Victrola Tungs-Tone Stylys boxes (Some with original needles) Round record brush from Montgomery Ward & Co. advertising Cecilian Phonograph Needles Four casters for the cabinet
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