By the time this machine was introduced around 1909 front-mounting had become technologically obsolete, and so the Victor Junior could be offered at a low price. The all-in-one horn and support arm had been used in at least one Columbia model and was also employed on the Hawthorne and Sheble Busy Bee disc machine.The introductory price of $10 made the Junior Victor's least expensive model.
This was the only Victor machine that an identification decal was affixed to rather than a metal name plate.
The second image below shows details of the unusual reproducer. The alternate red petaled horn is seen in the bottom image.
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