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VV 7-26 X

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 The 7-26 was a fairly popular combination radio/phonograph, introduced late in 1928. It utilized an RCA-produced Radiola Model 18 radio and Victor Electrola phonograph.  Early versions used a permanent magnet speaker; later versions (designated on the dataplate with an "A" suffix) used a more powerful electrodynamic speaker. This model was produced through early 1929, when it was discontinued from the product line.

The 1928 selling price of the 7-30 was $425.00.  The electrodynamic version added an additional $50 to the cost. An estimated total of 17,000 Victrola 7-26's were produced. At present, no reliable correlation of serial numbers to year of production exists.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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