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The Victor Jr. was introduced in 1906 as the company's price leader. Selling for a mere $10, it used an old-style integral horn/tonearm system made of tin, a single-spring motor, and a simple oak cabinet. This model was produced up until 1920, by which time it's price had been raised to $12.00. Approximately 15,800 of these phonographs were produced, indicating it was not a very popular model. Many were purchased as Christmas gifts for children, due to the low cost and simple operation. At present, there is not a good correlation between serial number and production date for this model.
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