I have no history to give you with this unusual cute little Victrola. It carries no name or identification of any kind.
It's about 14 inches wide and 29 inches tall, and was probably sold as a children's Victrola, although it is possible that it was sold as an inexpensive machine such as the Carola.
The grill and woodworking are professionally done, indicating a factory piece rather than a home project.
The pot metal tone arm and reproducer are sitting in pieces (see image). The motor is present and appears to be original, but doesn't appear to be working. I have no crank.
This is one of those curiosities of collecting that you keep around to enjoy as found. If you're diligent it might be possible to find some close parts.
We buy, sell, and repair antique phonographs and music boxes.
Pick-up and delivery possible in many parts of the midwest,south, and northeast.