Here is a nicely restored Antique example of one of the Victor Talking Machine Co. Models that is seldom seen. This model is not very common at all! It is a Victor Model “P2″. It’s considerably smaller in size than the regular Victor “P” is. The case on this machine measures only 9 1/8″ x 10″ with a platter size that is 7 in diameter. The way that it is designed will also allow a 10 record to be played on it as well, though. The horn is the horn without the elbow is only about 14″ long with a bell diameter of 9 1/2″. It would be a perfect size to set one of the plaster “Nipper” dogs in front of so that he looks like he’s listening to “His Master’s Voice” (HMV). It’s a pretty nice example for anyone that collects Gramophones and other brands of Talking Machines Columbia, Edison, etc. The upper wooden horn support arm is a newer replacement one, since it must have been missing at one time (probably made 20 years ago or so). The Victor Exhibition reproducer was converted to a long throat one from a regular style one (if I didn’t point that out, you probably couldn’t even tell, but I’m trying to describe my items as accurately as possible). This model is not a “power house” so demonstrate it carefully. You can break ANY wind-up phonograph at ANY time if you over wind it. They are designed for “reasonable use”. It comes with a pack of 100 steel needles (change about every other play of a record) and it includes the record that is shown on it. You can also “Google” me if you want. Ron Haring “The Victrola Man” Plano, Illinois. The item “RARE ANTIQUE MODEL P2 VICTOR TALKING MACHINE HORN PHONOGRAPH, GRAMOPHONE, HMV” is in sale since Sunday, August 30, 2020. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Radio, Phonograph, TV, Phone\Phonographs, Accessories\Victor Phonographs”. The seller is “thevictrolaman” and is located in Plano, Illinois. This item can be shipped worldwide.
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- Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
- Brand: Victor Phonographs
- Featured Refinements: Victor Talking Machine