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My reel-to-reel and 8-Track



Johnny Cash Sun Record - Autographed



45RPM Johnny -autographed




Boots Randolph - Autographed
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My Amp/Tuner/Old Turntable with 78RPM speed on it.



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My Old refurbished (by me) RCA Victor Wind -up Look at the pack of wooden needles at top left.
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Old 08-01-2009, 08:16 PM
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How fabulous is that!!!??? Love it!! Is the victrola dated?
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What do ya think that yellow SUN record (33 1/3) with J.C's autograph is worth? I haven't the slightest.....
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I'm not sure, but I'll keep my eyes & ears open. I'd be curious to know, too!
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pictures don't do it justice bud. it is really a got to see it to believe it.
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Somewhere I heard that even the EP-45 isn't too cheap itself. Johnny actually signed 'em both for me at his old Store/Museum he had in Hendersonville, TN. His tour bus was parked outside...big black L-O-N-G bus. He was getting ready to go on tour with the Highwaymen Tour.
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How fabulous is that!!!??? Love it!! Is the victrola dated?
Oh yeah, the original metal plate is on the back.... I forget what it is...hold on...it it isn't too much trouble, I'll try to look.
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man they look great Bud -i was there but i really never looked around too much-hate to be too nosey
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There's a metal plate with the Model/Ser # behind the tone arm. If I remember correctly, you gotta take the S/N to a web site some guy started and you can get the approx manuf date from that. Model VV-Xa - S/N 377369. On the back, there is a patent date, but that isn't a manuf date. Patent date was 1902. So manuf was some time AFTER that. Found it..... 1918 S/N's from: 357000-414000. Sold for $75.00
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we'll just have to do a little footwork, then. It's a beautiful piece, though. Would go perfectly in my office... hint, hint.
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If anyone is interested, history is here: http://www.victor-victrola.com/index.html
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we'll just have to do a little footwork, then. It's a beautiful piece, though. Would go perfectly in my office... hint, hint.
HAHAHAHAHAHA I think it looks pretty good just where it sets!
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Great collection Bud, thanks for sharing.

I think Helen has a wind up record player.

In Dover, DE there is a museum that has a large collection of all kinds of manual players.
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