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VV-410 / VE-410 / VV-S-410 / VE-S-410


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The VV-410 was one of three deluxe flat-top console models that were introduced in late 1923. These premium machines featured gold plated hardware, a four-spring motor, and elegantly contrasting veneers and stains. The 410 was the most expensive of the three models, with ball and claw feet, and a Queen Anne appearance. A VV-410S series was also available, which allowed the user (or dealer) to install a radio in the area that was intended for record storage. This option allowed both sides of the top to open (the top on "regular" 410's only opened on the right hand side), and added $15.00 to the cost. Except for this difference, all VV-410's have identical features. The 410 was produced through the beginning of 1925, and was only available in mahogany. 

The original 1923 selling price of the 410 was $300.00. An estimated total of 7,800 hand-wound Victrola 410's were produced; 785 hand-wound 410-S models were also made. 

A total of 640 electric-powered VE-410's were made, along with 221 electric VE-410-S versions. 





The current collector database shows the earliest existent VV-410 to be S/N 525 and the latest to be 8253.

The earliest VV-S-410 is S/N 566 and the latest is 1227.

Manufacture Date Serial Number Range Feature Notes
1923 501-6000          
1924 6000-6950          
1925 6950-8300   
VE-410 Electric:           
1923 501-700       
1924-1925 700-1150       
VV-410 S            
1924-1925 501-1286
VE-410 S Electric:           
1924-1925 501-722

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