Antique Victor gramophone Model III, circa 1905. This Victor gramophone is made in solid quarter sawn oak with original spear tip oak horn and features a 10 inch turntable. The gramophone is powered by a double spring hand crank motor and can play several records on one winding. This Victor gramophone is completely refurbished and features a magnificent original finish made in Camden, NJ at the Victor Talking Machine factory. It comes with records, needles, and a six month warranty.
In the late 1880’s Emile Berliner invented the flat phonograph record that could be mass produced by printing press. The Victor Talking Machine Company was famous for the Nipper the Dog logo, and operated until 1929 when it became RCA Victor.
30.5″H x 22″W x 27″D