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Victor Z

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The Victor Z was a low-priced "transition" model, introduced after the Victor Royal (Victor R) was discontinued in 1903, and before the price-leader Victor I premiered in 1905. It was produced for only 2 years.  It was intended as an introductory model for budget-minded buyers, and featured a small 8 inch turntable and single spring motor with an oak cabinet. It sold new for $20.00. A stamped steel horn was standard along with a Concert Soundbox. Exact production numbers are unknown

 

 

 

 

 

 

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