This version of the Victor IV, part of Victor's famous Roman numeral series, was introduced in 1905 and continued to approximately 1918. An earlier version, not frequently seen, appeared in an MS type case.
It was equipped with Victor's new tapering tone arm and an improved double spring motor driving the spindle through a brass turntable drive gear.
The Vic IV was one of two machines in mahogany, the other being the top of the line Victor VI, and in fact the mahogany case was arguably its raison d'etre, for the Victor IV was equipped with the same motor as the Victor III, although at a higher price.
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