17 items in Victrolas, Amberolas, Grafonolas and other antique internal horn phonographs for sale, showing page 1 of 1 .

Item 164Wicker Victrola custom cabinet
A Victrola cabinet with a twist: there's no Victrola in it. You set in your own tabletop machine. This custom cabinet from the great wicker craze probably took a version of the Victrola IV. More info
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Item 168Retola art case wicker Victrola
Banish frumpy old Victrola design from your life with this wild art case type design executed in wicker. More info
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Item 187Chinese Chippendale Victrola 300
Our Green Machine for the cultured home, a Victrola 300 with bas relief Chinoiserie. More info
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Item 452Victrola Seven-Twenty-Five
This late (1927) phonograph-radio combination would be well worth restoring. More info
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Item 486Victrola Pooley VTLA
Historically significant and quite scarce, the flat top VTLA was the very first Victrola. Investment grade, because you always buy the first of anything. More info
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Item 527Victrola XVI, oak, L-door
What's the difference between this and most of the Victor Victrolas you see for sale? The shape of the doors. A few early machines had these enveloping L-shaped doors, and the collectors love them. Here's one in oak, no less. More info
$1500an image of Victrola XVI, oak, L-door
Item 567Edison C4 radio phonograph
The last gasp of the Edison phonograph, this electrical radio phonograph combination dates to just before the Great Depression. More info
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Item 591Amberola I Parts
All the internal parts for Edison's first Amberola model, the IA. Just add cabinet and serve. More info
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Item 608Edison Diamond Disc D25
Nondescript and a poor seller at $250, the D25 Jacobean may not have not have been manufactured in a quantity more than 600. That's why only a collector could love it. More info
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Item 627Period Grafonola
This dazzling polychromed cabinet in English oak represents a one-of-a-kind, possibly custom order Period Grafonola. Put a little work in it, and come out with something unique and wonderful. More info
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Item 659Edison Amberola 30
All rebuilt and ready to go, this Amberola 30 should give you years of trouble free enjoyment. Why settle for a pig-in-a-poke on ebay? More info
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Item 665Orthophonic Credenza Victrola
King of acoustic Victrolas, the Orthophonic Credenza, introduced in 1925, is the only way to listen to your 1920s 78rpm records as they were intended to be heard. The resonant bass and lifelike reproduction on these machines always blows the uninitiated out of the water. This spring motor Credenza is in much, much, much better than average condition. More info
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Item 674Edison C19 Diamond Disc
Beautiful golden oak, original finish Edison C19 Chippendale is in almost as nice shape as when it came out of the Edison factory in 1919. Because we want you to be happy, we'll even include 25 special Diamond Disc records with it! More info
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Item 684Edison Amberola VI
This unusual and scarce version of the Amberola VI dates to before the great factory fire of 1914. Many components are unique to the machine. More info
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Item 698Victrola XVI - L Door - Golden Oak
This early Victrola XVI is almost always seen in mahogany, but this example features pretty golden oak. More info
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Item 699Victrola XVI with L shaped doors
The L shaped doors make this early Victrola XVI something different and collectable. Our price makes it affordable. More info
$650an image of Victrola XVI with L shaped doors
Item 727Orthophonic Credenza with tooled Moroccan leather front (8-30)
This Credenza (8-30X) was the top of the line of the top of the line. The beautiful, colorful tooled leather front and polychromed cabinet gave it a look unlike any other Victrola. Add an electric motor and brass reproducer, and this machine becomes the most acoustically faithful way of playing your records of the 1920s. More info
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