Victor Talking Machine Junior



This article is part of the ANTIQUE PHONOGRAPH, GRAMOPHONE AND TALKING MACHINE IDENTIFICATION GUIDES.
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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.

Victor Junior

Victor Junior, details showing reproducer

Victor Junior, red horn

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