Victor IV in mahogany on a beautiful mahogany base cabinet
Victor the Fourth with an 11-panel black morning glory horn.
A gorgeous instrument from the left.
Looks nice from the right.
This is the phonograph on its base cabinet... fully restored and matching.
One last look: the Victor looks great on its bow-front base.
The Victor IV was produced from 1903 through the 1920s, and was one of Victor's more prestigious models... with mahogany cabinet and double-spring motor, this was a cut above the more common oak machines. The total production was about 50,000 units over this period of time. This example comes fully restored with the correct black morning-glory horn, and is offered on a beautiful mahogany base cabinet. Lovely styling, excellent instrument. Available for personal audition or pick up in our San Francisco location.
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