Vintage record player in working condition, extra needles and few records. It plays nicely and surprisingly loud. Top is a little distressed as people love to put things on top of these players. Would make a nice piece of decoration or side table with a piece of glass on top. Was likely intended as a replacement for the discontinued.
In late 1925, the Colony model had intended to be a "step-up" Orthophonic model from the basic. "Consolette"; however, the Colony offered no improvement in performance over the 4-3, and had rather large and awkward front doors. The 4-7 was subsequently introduced in the summer of 1926 as a premium small floor model, with a larger and more stylized cabinet than the 4-3. It also had a slightly larger folded (re-entrant) Orthophonic horn with much smaller front doors than did the unpopular 4-5.The 4-7 provided remarkably good performance for such a small machine, and it had a much more substantial appearance than the 4-3. The 4-7 was available only in a mahogany finish, and included an automatic brake and nickel-plated hardware. It was a moderate success when introduced, and production was continued for over a year, ending in late 1927. It remained in the Victor Catalog the following year, indicating that quite a few remained in factory inventory. The item "VICTROLA Victor talking VV 4-7 1926 vintage antique phonograph record player" is in sale since Wednesday, December 8, 2021. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Radio, Phonograph, TV, Phone\Phonographs, Accessories\Victor Phonographs". The seller is "gibson80" and is located in Ridgefield, Connecticut.
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