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Victor Model IV Mahogany Phonograph with "Spearpoint" Wood Horn, c. 1910

Item Details

Type Phonograph
Brand Victrola-Victor
Working Condition Untested; functionality not guaranteed
Materials Mahogany, Metal
Model Vivr IV
Serial Number 39272
Speeds 78 RPM
Period Early 20th Century, Antique
Additional Information Includes a 10" shellac recording by Frank Crumrit, “The Bukeye Battle Cry/ Hi-Hi-Ohio”.
  • Please note, this is an item that may be especially difficult to move and/or transport. The winner is responsible for bringing appropriate assistance, vehicle, proper materials, and any necessary tools to pickup. International shipping may be restricted.
  • Please note, if the warehouse transfer to Cincinnati option is selected by the winning bidder, the item will be available in Cincinnati for pickup after three business days after payment has been finalized.


- horn with some veneer lift along edges; felt lining of platter with stains and discoloration; enameled label with loss of finish; decal on horn fading; otherwise, with light abrasions to wood and metal parts; dust residue.


24.0" W x 28.0" H x 27.0" D

- measured assembled; the horn width is 21.5"; the base of the machine is 14" W x 8.5" H x 14" D.

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