Victrola Database Survey
Submissions made to the master Victrola Database are used to compile serial numbers, features, and design information as a reference for collectors and hobbyists. This data also provides a good cross-section of what types of machines are still existent. Such information is critical when putting together the pieces of Victrola history. Submissions about your machine help support this website, and are most appreciated!
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Please enter ALL the stamped information on the metal dataplate of your Victrola (located in the "boxed" section of the plate).
State the type of finish
Mahogany (red or brown finish with straight grain)
Oak (brown or yellow finish with "tiger stripe" grain)
Walnut (brown finish with swirling or "choppy" grain
Circassian Walnut (very dramatic grain figuration or strong grain contrasts)
Gold Vernis Martin (with or without paintings over gold leaf)
Japanese decorations over black finish
Painted-over cabinet (someone used a brush or spray gun to paint the machine)
I have absolutely no idea
Enter the date from the license sticker's lower left-hand corner. If you can't find the sticker, please state "N/A"
What kind of speed control is used?
Large Glass Cover
Small Glass Cover
None of the above
I don't know.
How would you classify the condition of this machine?
Mint (just like it came from the factory)
Excellent (showing little or no wear)
Good (shows light or moderate wear, machine is complete)
Fair (finish is frazzled or crazed, minor damage to cabinet, looks tired)
Poor (finish is worn or highly crazed, cabinet has damage, a few parts missing)
Basket-case (my family wishes I would toss it out)
Incomplete or parts machine
I can't decide
Any general comments? (special finish, special markings, specific questions about this model, etc.). Be sure to include your email address if you want us to respond. Please note that we will not respond to questions if the appropriate answers can found on our website
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