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VV 2-35

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The VV 2-35 was an economy portable model introduced in 1928. It featured gold plated hardware, and a steel frame with a black fabric covering, and a green interior.  It used an Orthophonic Soundbox and had a single spring motor.  The 2-35 was discontinued in 1930, after RCA purchased The Victor Talking Machine Company. With basic Orthophonic reproduction, it was a very impressive sounding instrument.

The original 1927 selling price of the VV 2-35 was $25.00. An estimated total of 72,000 Victrola 2-35's were produced. 

No detailed breakdown of serial numbers or manufacturing dates is yet compiled. 

 

 

 

 

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