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 Post subject: Re: Vic IV/MS
PostPosted: Tue Nov 17, 2020 10:42 pm 
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Victor II
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VanEpsFan1914 wrote:
This is wonderful!

I have an original crank for you if you need one. It will need a little brazing (there is a crack on the slotted end) but the nickel plating is absolutely gorgeous & it has the right color of knob for an oak machine. It came from a minty Victor III.


Send me a pic if you do not mind. Thank you,

T


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 Post subject: Re: Vic IV/MS
PostPosted: Thu Nov 19, 2020 11:46 am 
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I've got both kinds of music--classical & rag-time.
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ts_13 wrote:
VanEpsFan1914 wrote:
This is wonderful!

I have an original crank for you if you need one. It will need a little brazing (there is a crack on the slotted end) but the nickel plating is absolutely gorgeous & it has the right color of knob for an oak machine. It came from a minty Victor III.


Send me a pic if you do not mind. Thank you,

T


I'll do it when I've a chance--which should be soon enough. (Car broke down & am cramming for finals, but there's always a little time for phonographs & TMF friends.)


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