Introduced in 1903, the ornate Victor D featured a 12" turntable in order to match Victor's new 12" records. The case was stylistically identical to the Monarch Special case, save being slightly larger in order to accomodate the larger turntable. The D shared the long playing triple spring motor of the Monarch Special.
The Victor D was sold only as a rear mount talking machine.
This is the earlier, fancy version of the D depicted below. A later version was fitted to a case that looked like the Victor V, but employed the same early triple spring motor depicted below.
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