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 Post subject: Mahogany VV-XI — New Hampshire
PostPosted: Thu Apr 09, 2009 9:42 am 
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I thought that this might be of interest to someone, mostly for the extras with it and the condition.

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Victrola Circa 1919 — $350 (Raymond, NH)


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Date: 2009-04-08, 7:15PM EDT

Wonderful period piece. Needle cases, record cleaner, original crank arm & meters all working condition. ID plate in tact with certificate still on back. 2 cabinets. Also have many records to play on it for BRO. Xmas has always been fun with "Bing" playing on the Victrola. You won’t find another one of these in as good shape. This one's been babied. I am not a dealer! Just a lover of vintage collectibles. Hate to part with it, but I must. Pics don't do it justice. BRO before the relatives take it!

  • Location: Raymond, NH
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 Post subject: Re: Mahogany VV-XI — New Hampshire
PostPosted: Thu Apr 09, 2009 1:46 pm 
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"Meters"??? Hmm---guess he means speed dial. This looks to be a later model, with "fat" taper tube and no. 2 sound box, also with the simplified corner carvings. Quite an assortment of needle cups, too! Why don't they ever give the serial number in these listings? Grumble, grumble....


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