Victor, Model II Phonograph

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The Victor Model II Phonograph

The Victor II was the 2nd phonograph in a line of six Roman numeral machines. The cabinet was made of quartersawn oak and housed a single spring motor. The phonograph originally came with an 8″ turntable, but it was quickly changed to a 10″ turntable. The production ran from 1902 until 1920. The earlies machines had cases with ribbed corner columns which were discontined shortly after prodution began. The cabinet measured 13.5″ square. It was furnished with a 19 inch steel horn, with a wood horn available at an extra charge.

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