1922 VICTOR TALKING MACHINE VV-50 Record Player
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1922 VICTOR TALKING MACHINE VV-50 record player For the collector of vintage Victor Talking Machines. I would grade this in fair to good unrestored condition for it's age. showing normal wear, and some effects of use. The major deterent being a split in the wood on the back of the player (see picture 10). It needs a good cleaning, if not, refinishing. This was bought around 1922, the second year the VV-50 was produced. serial # 42800. I guess it's Mahogony wood, but can't be sure. I am sure the split can be reglued. When I tested, it worked just fine, and should be ready to crank and go within reason; it was working today What is unusual about this it comes whith its original padded carrying case (picture 11). Measures 12" x 17 x9" Sold as pictured and in in as is condition. Below is a brieg history of this machine: The VV-50 was the first portable Victrola model to be produced. Production began in the summer of 1921, and was ceased in 1924, although the VV-50 remained in the Victor catalog during the following year, being sold from warehoused remaining stock. It used a simple single-spring motor, and a wooden case made of oak or mahogany, with steel protectors on each corner. Early production versions had the cranks in the front of the case, but these were later moved to the right side of the instrument. The original 1921 selling price of the VV-50 was $50.00. An estimated total of 152,600 Victrola 50's were produced. If you need other information or more pictures email me at email@example.com I STAND BEHIND EVERY ITEM THAT I SELL 100% SO PLEASE BID WITH CONFIDENCE. THANKS FOR LOOKING AND GOOD LUCK BIDDING. Shipping weight is 26 lbs. from zip code 43560. A handling fee of $1.50 will be added to cover cost of shipping materials