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  • VICTOR VICTROLA PHONOGRAPH PARTS /TOOL?

    VICTOR VICTROLA PHONOGRAPH PARTS /TOOL?

    $15.00
    1 bid
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    I FOUND THIS TOOL? INSIDE MY 1912 VICTOR VICTROLA PHONOGRAPH WHEN I PURCHASED IT YEAR'S AGO AND I HAVE NO IDEA WHAT IT'S FOR. LOOKS LIKE SOME SORT OF EXTRACTOR OR PULLER. LOOKS VERY OLD. JUDGE FOR YOU...
  • VICTOR BULLET BRAKE ORIGINAL PHONOGRAPH PART

    VICTOR BULLET BRAKE ORIGINAL PHONOGRAPH PART

    $75.00
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    $50.00
    0 bids
    • 10 watching
    Here's an original Victor bullet brake in working condition. The leather friction insert will need replaced as the original is worn away. What you see is what you get.
  • Everplay Permanent Phonograph Needles Victor Talking Machine Parts (B)

    Everplay Permanent Phonograph Needles Victor Talking Machine Parts (B)

    $192.39
    6 bids
    • 18 watching
    Up for sale, a box of six Everplay permanent phonograph needles. Good condition with some wear on box - one of the sides is ripped as shown in photos. Needles unopened. Selling as is. 3 1/2” x 2 5/8” ...
  • VICTOR MODEL E OUTSIDE HORN PHONOGRAPH - - RESTORED

    VICTOR MODEL E OUTSIDE HORN PHONOGRAPH - - RESTORED

    $41.00
    10 bids
    Pictured is a Victor model E rear mount disc phonograph, Serial No. 66474. This excellent example would make a great addition to any collection. Everything is original (except the turntable felt). It ...
  • Everplay Permanent Phonograph Needles Victor Talking Machine Parts

    Everplay Permanent Phonograph Needles Victor Talking Machine Parts

    $186.33
    5 bids
    • 15 watching
    Up for sale, a box of six Everplay permanent phonograph needles. Good condition with some wear on box - one of the sides is ripped as shown in photos. Needles unopened. Selling as is. 3 1/2” x 2 5/8” ...

About Victor - Oxy Acetylene Welding

Dating all the way back to the 1880s, the Victor Talking Machine Company introduced the first mass-producible flat phonograph record, and thus personal audio was born. Victor records have a flat disc design that made them easy to make in the same manner of a printing press. These records could only be played on the Victor phonograph, also known as the Victrola. You don't have to be an audiophile to appreciate what the sound quality of records playing on the phonograph. The scratchy sound gives it a unique appeal that can't be replicated on modern digital formats. The only phonographs by Victor were designed for use with records made prior to 1935. While it would be fun to listen to your vintage Led Zeppelin album on the antique record player, such records were not made of the same materials or same thickness as the old Victor records. If you are a collector, find a large variety of Victor products on eBay. With Victor records and a phonograph, you can enjoy the grainy music produced more than a century ago.