Victor Victrola Model VV-S-215 in Mahogany Cabinet


Victor Victrola Model VV-S-215 in Mahogany Cabinet
Take home a piece of America's past with this Victor Victrola Model VV-S-215 in Mahogany Cabinet. This timeless piece of history was made by The Victor Talking Machine Company (1901 – 1929), which was founded in Camden, New Jersey by Eldridge R. Johnson, and quickly became one of the leading phonograph companies in the world.

This Victor Victrola Phonograph was part of the Victor Talking Machine Company, Model VV-S-215, 8340 series. The model was first introduced in 1923, as a popular mid-range console model that included nickel-plated hardware, a 2-spring motor, shelving space for 78 RPM LP's, and also gave the user or dealer the ability to install a radio in the area on the left-hand side that was intended for additional record storage. This option allowed both sides of the top to open. Its original selling price was, $150.00, and a total of 35,000 were sold.

This Victor Victrola Model VV-S-215 in Mahogany Cabinet has all the original parts, including the 12-inch turntable, tone arm support bracket, number 2 sound box, crank winding key, two spring motor, knobs, the famous decal label with their trademark of Nipper, the fox terrier, listening to a Berliner Gramophone, and the original model and serial number label. Constructed out of mahogany, the Victrola Model VV-S-215 is in full working order, and in the closed position measures, 34.00 inches H X 34.00 inches W X 21.50 inches D, and is in the original finish with appropriate wear for its age.

Item Details

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Furniture & Furnishings
Antiques (approx100yrs)
circa 1923
(Width x Height X Depth)
34.00 x 34.00 x 21.50