The 405 was the most popular of the three, and its basic Spanish Renaissance design theme was used on the popular Orthophonic Granada (VV-4-4) when it was introduced in late 1925. Ornate round turned legs, along with a lateral stiffening "bar" between the legs are the key elements of this machine's design theme. A VV-405S series was soon made available, which allowed the user (or dealer) to install a radio in the area that was intended for record storage.
Except for this difference, all VV-405's have identical features. The 405 remained in the Victor catalog through the first half of 1925, but this machine was manufactured only during 1923 and 1924. The 405 was only available in walnut.An estimated total of 23,000 hand-wound Victrola 405's were produced; 5,400 hand-wound "S" 405's were also made. A total of 1177 electric-powered VE-405's were made, along with approximately 1200 electric VE-405-S versions. The item "VV-405 Victor- Victrola Record Player Cabinet 1923 Working Crank And Records" is in sale since Thursday, December 3, 2020. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Radio, Phonograph, TV, Phone\Phonographs, Accessories\Victor Phonographs". The seller is "redstonecollectiblesonline" and is located in Zionsville, Indiana.
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