More about the Victor IV FREE SHIPPING*!

This stunning Victor IV delights the eye with its robust mahogany cabinet. We have meticulously restored the original Victor flower horn. The machine is crisp, and clean, and clear, and classy. Dazzling, delightful, bewitching, ravishing! No other seller has the 53 year experience and expertise that we put into our instruments every day. We have examined closely the work of other dealers, they are nice people, but many do not even have enough knowledge to understand the mistakes they are making.

One things that most other sellers do not understand is color. We have returned this solid mahogany cabinet to its authentic rich, russet hue. 

The gold filigree on the back-bracket is bright and fresh because we have painstakingly restored it.  Of course, we rebuilt the soundbox to produce sweet, loud and clear music.Why do the talking machines of other dealers sound so tinny and shrill?  Because they do not have the expertise or the inclination to  adjust the soundbox correctly. At phonophan, 53 years of experience can be seen -- and heard.  All work is done under the personal supervision of Tim Fabrizio, who has a degree in Fine Arts, has devoted his life to painstaking  restoration work, and has written eight books on the subject of antique phonographs. 

Most Victor talking machines were constructed of oak. Reasonably few were mahogany because mahogany was more expensive. This makes the Victor IV a rarity, and the look of it is undeniably alluring. If you want to experience what a Victor Talking Machine was like when it was new -- get this one! See how it shines! This incredibly pristine, excellent playing, sleekly beautiful Victor is a delight to the eyes AND ears.

Price: $2150.00 US, plus FREE SHIPPING*. (NY State residents must pay sales tax, if applicable.)


Telephone: 585-244-5546  

US Post: Tim Fabrizio


               PO Box 747

               Henrietta, NY 14467 USA

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