The Victor Type B, incorporated most of the mechanism of the Type A, but sat it in a fancy oak case with fleur de lis molding applied on the side. Most examples have appeared with a black horn with single stripe, rather than the brass horn depicted below. Note the wooden tone arm now oriented vertically, rather than horizontally in the style of the Victor A and earlier Berliner machines.
This is the classic Victor machine as exemplified in Francis Barraud's His Master's Voice painting of Nipper the dog sitting in front of the horn.
At a price of $18 it would have been competive with entry level Edison models.
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