This smallest member of Victor's Roman numeral series was introduced in 1903 at a cost of $20 and enjoyed a 17 year lifespan.
The single spring motor supplied enough power to play through a single record, but typically will not play beyond that.Improvements in the motor and turntable size were made over the years.
Note the drop-in type elbow in the example below, a style seen in the last versions of the Victor I.
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