We have here a fully restored Victor “R” or “Royal”phonograph. This phonograph was introduced into the market in 1902. The Victor R was possibly named in honor of Belford Royal, a friend of founder of Victor, E. Johnson. The Victor R is distinguished by the finish of oxidized copper, a rarity alone by Victor standards. What a wonderful eye appeal this phonograph has! It plays the 7” records. This would be beautiful in anyone’s home or office! We have taken the time to go through this machine restoring it to it’s former glory! The bed plate was restored back to oxidized copper, motor overhauled, reproducer rebuilt and much more! It plays as well as it looks! No disappointments here! Any questions, always feel free to ask!