The Victor-Victrola Page
What is an "RCA Victor" phonograph? Why don't you cover them on your website?
ANSWER: The Victor Talking Machine Company was an independent corporation from 1901 through 1929. In the fall of 1928, the RCA Corporation purchased Victor. They subsequently merged the names to become "RCA Victor". Hence, many phonographs, TV sets, radios and other equipment produced after 1929 have the "RCA Victor" or "Victrola" logo. This website does not have information on any "RCA" or "RCA-Victor" products. See the GETTING STARTED section for more information
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