Victor, Victrola, Model X Phonograph

A Victor Victrola floor model disc phonograph in quarter sawn oak cabinet made by the Victor Talking Machine Company

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A Victor Talking Machine Co. Victrola phonograph in a mahogany cabinet with sound box and horn

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A Victor Victrola Model VV-IX mahogany phonograph

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A Victor Model VV-VIII Victrola Phonograph

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The Victor Model X Victrola Phonograph

The Victrola X had a production run from 1910 to 1921. It was first made as a table top phonograph and in 1912 it was made into a stand-up Victrola. The early models had a single spring motor. In October 1917 a new style double spring motor was used and the model number was changed to a X-a. It has a 12 inch turntable and was available in many differant woods and finishes. The top doors open and close to adjust the volume, while the lower doors opened for record storage. Prices ranged from $75.00 to $110.00 new.


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