Introduced in 1901, the Victor C was housed in a new design quarter sawn oak case with striped pillars and base molding.
The early version depicted here, with 7" turntable, featured a metal motorboard and a rod type support arm attached to the top of the bedplate, a design that would be dropped in later Victor models. Note the pre-dog nameplate in the photograph below, stating Victor by Eldridge R. Johnson.
Later versions have appeared in a standard Victor E type case, with the support arm screwing into the front wooden panel of the case as in all later front mounts.
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