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Reproduction Antique RCA Victor Phonograph / Gramophone with Large Gold Brass Horn 1 of 1
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$159.95  + Free Shipping
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Mfg Part#: 880208RB
Sku: 221235683
UPC: 820335802083
UPC 14: 00820335802083
Sales Rank: 7656
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This replica Gramophone / Phonograph is a beautiful and accurate reproduction of a vintage antique phonograph. It's handcrafted in India using quality dark pinewood for the box casing, and real brass for the horn. The piece is very similar to, and can actually be compared to, the original Victor Talking Machine Company's RCA Victor Phonograph. The piece comes complete with the "Nipper" (the famous RCA dog) logo decal that has the famous words "His Masters Voice".
Video Features 1900's style replica 78 RPM record
Video Features Although the manufacture states this phonograph, if assembled correctly, will work and play 78 RPM records, we sell this phonograph as a NON-OPERATIONAL DECORATIVE or DISPLAY PIECE ONLY.
Video Features Complete with the "Nipper" (the famous RCA dog) logo decal that has the famous words "His Masters Voice"
Video Features Dimensions: 24" H x 15" W x 15" D (Pinewood Case 8" H)
Video Features Extra-large bronze metal horn
Video Features Minor assembly is required - easy step-by-step instructions are included
Video Features Playing needle (extra needles included)
Video Features Speed adjustment/control dial
Video Features Tone sound arm & elbow
Video Features Turntable plate
Video Features Voice reproducer/sound box
Video Features Will play your favorite 78 RPM records
Video Features Working crank-handle to turn internal spring-driven motor playing mechanism
Video Features Working reproduction phonograph record player from the early 1900's (circa 1902 to 1916)
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