Vintage and Antique Record Players

55 Vintage and Antique Record Players For Sale (Since 1940s)

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Over the past decade or so, record players and collecting vinyl records has seen a resurgence in popularity. Due to this, many people have been buying up antique and vintage record players. According to some music enthusiasts, this record players have a “purer” sound. Fortunately, there are numerous antique record players out there. However, most of them are not in working condition, but parts aren’t too hard to come by.

Of course, because antique record players have become so popular, buyers should be aware that there are many replicas on the market. These aren’t necessarily fakes, but buyers should make sure they read a description carefully as reputable sellers will say that the record player is a vintage replica.

Vintage Brands

If a buyer is looking for an authentic antique record player, they should look for brands such as RCA, Columbia, Edison, HMV (His Master’s Voice), Victor/Victrola, Zenith, Panasonic, General Electric, etc. Depending on the time period of the record player certain features will be present. For example, early 20th century record players had cabinets/cases made from solid wood, such as mahogany or oak. Record players in the 80s often have AM/FM radio, cassette and/or 8 Track players as part of the unit.

Additionally, authentic antique record players will have manufacturer tags, typically underneath or on the back of the unit. Be wary of any record player that doesn’t have some kind of branding and model number. When looking for very old record players, buyers should use search terms like phonograph or gramophone.

With a little bit of leg work, authentic vintage and antique record players from most any time period can be found.

I) Vintage Record Players by Decade

a) 1940s

1. Musitron Piccolo 101 1940s TUBE RECORD PLAYER

Year Manufactured: c.1946/1947
Features: Tube amplifiers
Dimensions: 16” W x 7.5” H x 14.75” D
Price: $158.81

Mark Moseleyphoto source: eBay

The Musitron Piccolo 101 is a vintage record player that dates to around 1946/47. It is a piece of American history and was manufactured by the Musitron Co. of Chicago. According to the seller, this Musitron Piccolo is in semi-working condition. It turns on and the turntable spins, but there is a humming sound. The Musitron Piccolo 101 1940s TUBE RECORD PLAYER is available on eBay.


2. Duosonic 78 Player 1940’s For Restoration

Year Manufactured: 1946
Features: Not in working condition
Dimensions: Unspecified
Price: $27.99

Duosonic 78 Player 1940’s For Restorationphoto source: eBay

From our own research, it appears that this vintage Duosonic record player is model number K3. This record player features a tone control switch as well as a volume control/on-off switch. According to the listing, this Duosonic record player isn’t working at all, but could be restored. The Duosonic 78 Player 1940’s For Restoration is available on eBay.


3. VINTAGE 1940’s Zenith RADIO RECORD Player

Year Manufactured: c.1947/1948
Features: Record changer, possibly added later
Dimensions: Unspecified
Price: $229.95

photo source: eBay

This vintage Zenith radio record player appears to be model number 6R886, which came out in the late 1940s. It does feature Zenith’s Cobra-Matic, an automatic record changer that came out in the early 1950s. So, it’s possible that this was added to the record player later. According to the seller, this vintage Zenith record player does not work. The VINTAGE 1940’s Zenith RADIO RECORD Player is currently available on eBay.


4. Vintage 1940’s Admiral Model 6V12N AM Radio/Phonograph Player – Restored

Year Manufactured: 1949
Features: Has been restored to working condition by seller
Dimensions: Unspecified
Price: $161.96

Vintage 1940's Admiral Model 6V12N AM Radio/Phonograph Player - Restoredphoto source: eBay

This vintage record player from Admiral has been completely restored by the seller. It’s now in working condition and has a new cord and capacitors. In addition to being a record player, this vintage Admiral 6V12N is also an AM radio. The Vintage 1940’s Admiral Model 6V12N AM Radio/Phonograph Player – Restored is available on eBay.


5. 1940’s Waters Conley Company Phonola Model #S80 Gray

Year Manufactured: 1946
Features: Not in working condition, but could be restored
Dimensions: 16.875” W x 7” H x 13” D
Price: $69.90

1940's Waters Conley Company Phonola Model #S80 Grayphoto source: eBay

This vintage record player was made by the Waters Conley Company of Rochester, Minnesota sometime around 1946. It is the Phonola S-80 model, which has a hand crank. This model is meant to be portable and has a compartment for carrying discs. The seller started to restore this vintage record player, but did not continue such a daunting task. The 1940’s Waters Conley Company Phonola Model #S80 Gray is available on eBay.


b) 1950s

1. Vintage Mid Century Record Player V-M Model 562

Year Manufactured: c.1957
Features: Comes with original manual and metal leg stands
Dimensions: 23” W x 23.5” H x 19 5/8” D
Price: $325

Vintage Mid Century Record Player V-M Model 562photo source: etsy

The seller labeled this V-M Model 562 record player as being from the 1960s, however, this model would have been manufactured sometime around 1957. This vintage record player sits in a mahogany case that rests on top of metal legs. It also comes with its original manual. The Vintage Mid Century Record Player V-M Model 562 is available from Etsy.


2. 1950s Vintage Red Playtime V-M Voice of Music Model 210 Turntable-No Sound

Year Manufactured: c.1955
Features: Not in working condition
Dimensions: Unspecified
Price: $79.99

photo source: eBay

This is another vintage V-M record player. Model 210 dates back to around 1955 and features a white and red case. The seller says that this record player is not in working condition. 1950s Vintage Red Playtime V-M Voice of Music Model 210 Turntable-No Sound is available on eBay.


3. Vintage 1950s RCA Victor Orthophonic High Fidelity Record Player Model 8-HFP-1

Year Manufactured: 1956
Features: Cord not working, but can be spun by hand
Dimensions: 18.75” W x 10” H x 18.75” D
Price: $180

photo source: eBay

This vintage record player is an RCA Victor Orthophonic from 1956. According to the seller, this record player is in good condition, but does need to be serviced. The turntable won’t run when plugged in, but it will spin by hand. This Vintage 1950s RCA Victor Orthophonic High Fidelity Record Player Model 8-HFP-1 is available on eBay.


4. Vintage 1950’s RCA Victor Model 45RPM Tube Record Player Model 45-EY-2 Bakelite Body

Year Manufactured: c.1950 – 1952
Features: In full working condition
Dimensions: 9” W x 6.75” H x 6.75” D
Price: $189.99

photo source: etsy

This RCA Victor record player is from the early 1950s and features a bakelite (a synthetic plastic that is often found on retro products) body. According to the seller, the record player works and only has some minor cosmetic damage due to its age. This Vintage 1950’s RCA Victor Model 45RPM Tube Record Player Model 45-EY-2 Bakelite Body is available on Etsy.


5. Vintage Lafayette Playall Record Player, Mid Century Working Record Player with Needle

Year Manufactured: 1950s
Features: In working condition and comes with extra needle
Dimensions: 14” W x 10.75” H x 6.25” D
Price: $125

Vintage Lafayette Playall Record Player, Mid Century Working Record Player with Needlephoto source: etsy

This 1950s record player is a Lafayette Playall. According to the seller, this is quite a rare find as Lafayette later became Pioneer. The record player is in working condition and even comes with an extra needle. The case is a little rough, but that’s to be expected from an item dating to the mid century. The Vintage Lafayette Playall Record Player, Mid Century Working Record Player with Needle is available from Etsy.


c) 1960s

1. Vintage 1960s Panasonic Vinyl/Phonograph/Record Player Smoke-Glass 8-Track JAPAN

Year Manufactured: 1960s
Features: 8-track storage slots
Dimensions: Unspecified
Price: $217.50

Vintage 1960s Panasonic Vinyl/Phonograph/Record Player Smoke-Glass 8-Track JAPANphoto source: etsy

This vintage Panasonic record player was manufactured in Japan in the 1960s. It is pretty unique because the case features 8-track storage slots. However, there is no 8-track player on this unit. The seller says that they have tested the record player and it is in working condition. This Vintage 1960s Panasonic Vinyl/Phonograph/Record Player Smoke-Glass 8-Track JAPAN is available on Etsy.


2. 1960s GE Model V211g Portable Record Player

Year Manufactured: 1960s
Features: In working condition
Dimensions: 8.5” W x 6” H x 13.5” D
Price: $45

photo source: etsy

This General Electric (GE) vintage record player from the 1960s is portable and comes inside of a plastic carrying case. According to the seller, the record player is in working condition and only has some minor wear and tear because of its age. The 1960s GE Model V211g Portable Record Player is available on Etsy.


3. Vintage 1960’s Mickey Mouse Record Player

Year Manufactured: 1960s
Features: Comes in portable carrying case
Dimensions: Unspecified
Price: $69.99

Vintage 1960's Mickey Mouse Record Playerphoto source: eBay

This vintage record player features Disney and Mickey Mouse branding, but appears to have been sold and manufactured by Sears in the 1960s. It is another old portable record player with a plastic carrying case. The seller says that the record player appears to be in working condition, but they were not able to test the needle because they don’t have 45 RPM vinyl records. The Vintage 1960’s Mickey Mouse Record Player is available from eBay.


4. Rare 1960’S Vintage Bradford Am Fm Radio Phonograph Portable Record Player

Year Manufactured: 1960s
Features: AM/FM radio
Dimensions: Unspecified
Price: $56

photo source: eBay

This vintage record player was manufactured in Japan by a company called Bradford in the 1960s. It also an AM/FM radio and for the most part appears to be in decent condition. However, the seller has not tested if the player works because it does not have a power cord. This Rare 1960’S Vintage Bradford Am Fm Radio Phonograph Portable Record Player is available on eBay.


5. Vintage Sharp RP-201J Record Player 1960’s Maintained

Year Manufactured: 1960s
Features: Well maintained
Dimensions: Unspecified
Price: $999.98

Vintage Sharp RP-201J Record Player 1960's Maintainedphoto source: eBay

This vintage Sharp record player comes with a hefty price tag of nearly $1,000 because the seller says that it has been well maintained. The record player has been cleaned up and looks good as new and also plays records without any issues. The Vintage Sharp RP-201J Record Player 1960’s Maintained is currently available on eBay.


d) 1970s

1. General Electric Trimline 500 Stereo, Vintage Portable Record Player

Year Manufactured: 1970s
Features: In working condition
Dimensions: Unspecified
Price: $220

General Electric Trimline 500 Stereo, Vintage Portable Record Playerphoto source: eBay

This vintage record player is a General Electric Trimline 500 Stereo model. According to the seller, it is a portable record player and is in working condition. A piece on the right speaker is broken, however. The General Electric Trimline 500 Stereo, Vintage Portable Record Player is available on eBay.


2. Super Rare 1970s! EUROPHON Made in Italy White Portable Turntable Record Player Fully Working

Year Manufactured: 1970s
Features: Near mint condition
Dimensions: Unspecified
Price: $303.18

photo source: etsy

Next up on the list is a rare find. This vintage 1970s record player is a Europhon from Italy. According to the seller, the player is in near mint condition and plays both 45 and 33 RPM records. Because the record player is from Italy, any buyers in the U.S. would need a plug converter. This Super Rare 1970s! EUROPHON Made in Italy White Portable Turntable Record Player Fully Working is available from Etsy.


3. rare ZENITH phonograph B595W AM FM 1970’s vintage RECORD PLAYER AND STEREO

Year Manufactured: 1970s
Features: In good working condition
Dimensions: 25” W x 16.5” H x 11” D
Price: $247.99

rare ZENITH phonograph B595W AM FM 1970's vintage RECORD PLAYER AND STEREOphoto source: eBay

This Zenith 1970s record player is in beautiful condition. According to the seller, it is in working condition and there is no major damage to any part of the player. However, the seller couldn’t get the radio to turn on, but the actually record player part is working. This rare ZENITH phonograph B595W AM FM 1970’s vintage RECORD PLAYER AND STEREO is available on eBay.


4. Vintage 1970’s Sanyo DTX 5489 Receiver 8 Track, Tuner, Turntable Record Player

Year Manufactured: 1970s
Features: Also has 8 Track player
Dimensions: Unspecified
Price: $275

photo source: eBay

This vintage 1970s record player is another from Japan. It was manufactured by Sanyo and features an 8 Track player as well as a radio tuner. According to the seller, the 8 Track player and tuner work great. The record player also works, but has a weird vibration. This Vintage 1970’s Sanyo DTX 5489 Receiver 8 Track, Tuner, Turntable Record Player is available on eBay.


5. Vintage 1970’s Califone 1010AV Basic Classroom Record Player

Year Manufactured: 1970s
Features: Good working condition
Dimensions: 15.7” W x 8” H x 14.8” D
Price: $114.95

Vintage 1970's Califone 1010AV Basic Classroom Record Playerphoto source: eBay

This is a Califone record player from the 1970s that is in good working condition. The record player is also cosmetically in good condition and has very minor wear and tear from age. This Vintage 1970’s Califone 1010AV Basic Classroom Record Player is available on eBay.


6. Vintage Emerson Turntable ~1970s M-2254-1 Record Player AM/FM Stereo Receiver 8 Track Player

Year Manufactured: 1970s
Features: Radio and 8 Track player
Dimensions: 21” W x 9.5”H x 14.5” D
Price: $290

photo source: Etsy

This is an Emerson record player from the 1970s. It is also a radio and 8 Track player and there are storage slots for a few 8 tracks. The seller is not sure if the entire unit is working. The radio lights turn on and the turntable spins, but they did not test out a record. Additionally, the needle is broken. Other than that, there appears to be only minimal cosmetic damage. This Vintage Emerson Turntable ~1970s M-2254-1 Record Player AM/FM Stereo Receiver 8 Track Player is available on Etsy.


e) 1980s

1. Vintage 1980s Panasonic SG-J500 Record Player-Radio Cassette Tape-AM/FM Stereo

Year Manufactured: 1980s
Features: Radio and 8 Track player
Dimensions: 21” W x 9.5”H x 14.5” D
Price: $290

photo source: eBay

This vintage Panasonic record player has typical 1980s vibes and also features a cassette player and AM/FM radio. The record player pulls out from the bottom of the unit and can be pushed back in for a compact look when not in use. According to the seller, the record player and radio work, but the cassette player is broken. The speakers also don’t have good sound quality. This Vintage 1980s Panasonic SG-J500 Record Player-Radio Cassette Tape-AM/FM Stereo is available on eBay.


2. YAMAHA P-30 NATURAL SOUND FULLY AUTOMATIC TURNTABLE – RECORD PLAYER

Year Manufactured: 1980s
Features: Missing dust cover and 45 adapter
Dimensions: 17” W x 4” H x 14” D
Price: $67.26 + $71.45 shipping

YAMAHA P-30 NATURAL SOUND FULLY AUTOMATIC TURNTABLE - RECORD PLAYERphoto source: eBay

This vintage record player is a Yamaha fully automatic belt drive turntable. It is in good working condition, but is missing its dust cover and the 45 RPM record adapter. The record player comes with the original manual, power cord, stereo jack and cord, and a grado diamond needle. The YAMAHA P-30 NATURAL SOUND FULLY AUTOMATIC TURNTABLE – RECORD PLAYER is available on eBay.


3. 1980’s TECHNICS SL-QD33 Direct Auto Turntable Audio Technica DR300E Stylus/Cart

Year Manufactured: c.1986
Features: In very good working condition
Dimensions: 16.9” W x 3.93” H x 14.76” D
Price: $129.95 + $24.91 shipping

1980's TECHNICS SL-QD33 Direct Auto Turntable Audio Technica DR300E Stylus/Cartphoto source: eBay

This Technics record player is another example of a 1980s Japanese turntable in very good working condition. It even still has its dust cover intact and it has minimal wear and tear. This 1980’s TECHNICS SL-QD33 Direct Auto Turntable Audio Technica DR300E Stylus/Cart is available on eBay.


4. 1980s SONY PS-LX235 TURNTABLE RECORD PLAYER Auto-return Stylus

Year Manufactured: 1980s
Features: In working condition, but needs new belt
Dimensions: Unspecified
Price: $89.99

1980s SONY PS-LX235 TURNTABLE RECORD PLAYER Auto-return Stylusphoto source: eBay

The seller of this 1980s Sony turntable record player says that it is in excellent working condition. However, it does not have a belt, but this is easy to replace. The record player features an auto-return stylus that the seller says is also working well. This 1980s SONY PS-LX235 TURNTABLE RECORD PLAYER Auto-return Stylus is available on eBay.


5. Vintage Direct Drive Hitachi HT-40S Turntable / Japan 1980s Semi-Automatic

Year Manufactured: 1980s
Features: Semi-Automatic tonearm
Dimensions: 17” W x 4.5” H x 14” D
Price: $160 + $20 shipping

Vintage Direct Drive Hitachi HT-40S Turntable / Japan 1980s Semi-Automaticphoto source: eBay

This Hitachi turntable is yet another 1980s record player from Japan. According to the seller, the record player operates as it should. There is only some minor surface scratches on the dust cover, but there are no cracks and the hinges are intact. This Vintage Direct Drive Hitachi HT-40S Turntable / Japan 1980s Semi-Automatic is available on eBay.


II) Vintage Victrola Record Players

1. Antique Victrola RCA Suitecase Phonograph Portable Record Player Crank Wind Up

Year Manufactured: 1920s
Features: Missing hand crank
Dimensions: 13.5” W x 17” H x 7” D
Price: $149

Antique Victrola RCA Suitecase Phonograph Portable Record Player Crank Wind Upphoto source: Etsy

This antique Victrola record player is a rare find from the 1920s. Because of its age, the Victrola is in pretty rough condition. It is missing its crank. However, the seller posted a video showing that the tonearm does stay down and that the turntable moves smoothly. The Antique Victrola RCA Suitecase Phonograph Portable Record Player Crank Wind Up is available on Etsy.


2. Victor Talking Machine VV-IX Hand Crank Record Player

Year Manufactured: c.1919
Features: Also comes with 11 records and 50 needles
Dimensions: 22” W x 26.5” H x 19.5” D
Price: $475

photo source: eBay

This Victrola Victor Talking Machine dates back to around 1919. For such an antique record player, it is in surprisingly good condition. According to the seller, the record player does work when it’s fully cranked. The record player comes with 11 records plus over 50 replacement needles. The Victor Talking Machine VV-IX Hand Crank Record Player is available on eBay.


3. 1920’s VV-50 Victor/Victrola Portable Talking Machine # C-2713 Phonograph 78RPM

Year Manufactured: 1920s
Features: Comes with 1920s era 78 RPM records
Dimensions: Unspecified
Price: C$559.99 (about $442.03)

1920's VV-50 Victor/Victrola Portable Talking Machine # C-2713 Phonograph 78RPMphoto source: eBay

This is a beautiful 1920s Victor/Victrola portable record player. According to the seller, the record player has never been restored, but is in excellent working condition. There is some minor cosmetic damage and patina due to the record player’s age. The record player also comes with an assortment of 1920s 78RPM records. The 1920’s VV-50 Victor/Victrola Portable Talking Machine # C-2713 Phonograph 78RPM is available on eBay.


4. Antique Victrola RCA Phonograph Portable Suite Case Record Player Crank Wind Up

Year Manufactured: Unknown
Features: In partial working condition, but tonearm is loose
Dimensions: Unspecified
Price: $120.61 + $35 shipping

Antique Victrola RCA Phonograph Portable Suite Case Record Player Crank Wind Upphoto source: eBay

The exact age of this antique Victrola portable record player is unknown, but judging by its design, most likely predates the 1950s. The record player comes in a black carrying case that is pretty worn out. According to the seller, the record player kind of works, but the bolt on the tone arm is loose. The Antique Victrola RCA Phonograph Portable Suite Case Record Player Crank Wind Up is available on eBay.


5. RARE Victor Victrola PHONOGRAPH & RADIO vintage antique record player 9-Y-511

Year Manufactured: c.1951
Features: Also a radio; Bakelite cabinet
Dimensions: 12.375” W x 7.75” H x 14.25” D
Price: $179.99

RARE Victor Victrola PHONOGRAPH & RADIO vintage antique record player 9-Y-511photo source: eBay

This vintage Victrola record player dates to the early 1950s. It is also a radio and the unit is made out of Bakelite plastic. According to the seller, the record player is in fantastic working condition and was well-maintained by the previous owner (seller picked it up at an estate sale). This RARE Victor Victrola PHONOGRAPH & RADIO vintage antique record player 9-Y-511 is available on eBay.


6. Antique Working Columbia Wind Up Victrola Phonograph Record Player

Year Manufactured: c.1915
Features: Sits in solid oak case
Dimensions: 18” W x 15” H x 12” D
Price: $550 + $109.91 shipping

Antique Working Columbia Wind Up Victrola Phonograph Record Playerphoto source: eBay

This Victrola record player was manufactured by Columbia Phonographs sometime around 1915. The record player sits in a solid oak case and is in excellent working condition. This Antique Working Columbia Wind Up Victrola Phonograph Record Player is available on eBay.


7. ANTIQUE VICTOR TALKING MACHINE VICTROLA Wind Up Record Player, Phonograph

Year Manufactured: c.1911 – 1926
Features: No horn
Dimensions: Unspecified
Price: $350

ANTIQUE VICTOR TALKING MACHINE VICTROLA Wind Up Record Player, Phonographphoto source: eBay

The seller of this antique Victrola did not include a description for the record player. However, the pictures show that this is a Victrola model VV-IV with a patent date of 1904. The record player itself dates between 1911 – 1926. It appears to be in pretty good condition, but does not have a horn. This ANTIQUE VICTOR TALKING MACHINE VICTROLA Wind Up Record Player, Phonograph is available on eBay.


8. Antique Victor Victrola VV-IV Wind-Up Oak Phonograph Record Player Working

Year Manufactured: c.1915
Features: Good working condition, some parts rebuilt
Dimensions: Unspecified
Price: $215

photo source: eBay

This is another antique Victrola VV-IV model. According to the seller, this record player dates to around 1915 and is in good working condition. The reproducer head was rebuilt sometime around 2001, but everything else is original. This Antique Victor Victrola VV-IV Wind-Up Oak Phonograph Record Player Working is available on eBay.


9. Victor Talking Machine Co. victrola record player antique VV-IXa 1904

Year Manufactured: c.1904
Features: Comes with 1944 78 RPM record
Dimensions: 17” W x 14” H x 19.5” D
Price: $250

Victor Talking Machine Co. victrola record player antique VV-IXa 1904photo source: eBay

This Victrola record player dates to around 1904. It is in beautiful working condition and still has all of its original parts. The seller is also throwing in a 1944 78 RPM Decca record: You Always Hurt the One you Love by the Mills Brothers (Side A) and Till Then by the Mills Brothers (Side B). This Victor Talking Machine Co. victrola record player antique VV-IXa 1904 is available on eBay.


10. Antique VICTOR VICTROLA VV-IV 358121 Record Player TALKING MACHINE

Year Manufactured: 1911 – 1926
Features: No needle and cracked piece
Dimensions: Unspecified
Price: $225 + local pickup only

Antique VICTOR VICTROLA VV-IV 358121 Record Player TALKING MACHINEphoto source: eBay

This is another antique Victrola model VV-IV, so it would date to between 1911 – 1926. According to the seller, the turntable does spin when the crank is wound, but there is no needle so they do not know if it actually works. Also the piece where a horn would go is cracked. This Antique VICTOR VICTROLA VV-IV 358121 Record Player TALKING MACHINE is available on eBay.


III) Vintage Crosley Record Players

1. Antique Crosley Table Top Tube Radio Record Player Model 56 T Z

Year Manufactured: c.1947/1948
Features: Also a radio
Dimensions: 20” W x 9.5” H x 17.5” D
Price: $225

Antique Crosley Table Top Tube Radio Record Player Model 56 T Zphoto source: Etsy

This is an antique Crosley Model 56TZ that dates back to 1947/48. The seller has not plugged in the record player to see if it is working, and there is a lot of cosmetic damage. The record player is also a radio. This Antique Crosley Table Top Tube Radio Record Player Model 56 T Z is currently available on Etsy.


2. Vintage Antique Crosley 56TP Phonograph Record Player Vacuum Tube Radio

Year Manufactured: c.1946 – 1948
Features: Not in working condition
Dimensions: 15.25” W x 8.5” H x 11.875” D
Price: $99.99

Vintage Antique Crosley 56TP Phonograph Record Player Vacuum Tube Radiophoto source: eBay

This antique Crosley Model 56TP record player/radio dates to around 1946 – 1948. However, it is in very rough condition and the seller says that it is not working at all. The record player could be used for parts. This Vintage Antique Crosley 56TP Phonograph Record Player Vacuum Tube Radio is available on eBay.


3. Antique Crosley radio & turntable Model No. 56-TP-L art deco tube Works

Year Manufactured: c.1946 – 1948
Features: Also has a radio
Dimensions: 15.25” W x 8.5” H x 11.875” D
Price: $229.99 + $42 shipping

Antique Crosley radio & turntable Model No. 56-TP-L art deco tube Worksphoto source: eBay

This is another Crosley record player and radio from the late 1940s. According to the seller, the radio works well and the record player appears to be working. They did not test it with a record, but the turntable does spin. This Antique Crosley radio & turntable Model No. 56-TP-L art deco tube Works is available on eBay.


4. Crosley 629M Radio Console Phonograph Record Player 1939 1940 Art Deco Cabinet

Year Manufactured: c.1939/1940
Features: Missing the plug
Dimensions: 33.25” W x 33.625” H x 14” D
Price: $220

Crosley 629M Radio Console Phonograph Record Player 1939 1940 Art Deco Cabinetphoto source: eBay

This is a vintage Crosley radio/record player cabinet from 1939/1940. The seller does not know if the unit actually works because the plug is missing. However, there are still wires attached to everything. Some of the wood is also worn out because of its age. This Crosley 629M Radio Console Phonograph Record Player 1939 1940 Art Deco Cabinet is available from eBay.


IV) Vintage Record Player Cabinets

1. 1940s Magnavox 272L Radio Turntable Mahogany Cabinet Console C148-21

Year Manufactured: 1940s
Features: Mahogany cabinet
Dimensions: 32” W x 36.5” H x 20” D
Price: $554.24

1940s Magnavox 272L Radio Turntable Mahogany Cabinet Console C148-21photo source: eBay

This Magnavox record player and radio cabinet console dates to the 1940s. The cabinet is made out of mahogany and weighs 120 pounds. The seller says that the radio and record player turn on, but they are not sure if everything actually works. The cabinet itself, has only minor wear and tear because of age. This 1940s Magnavox 272L Radio Turntable Mahogany Cabinet Console C148-21 is available on eBay.


2. Vintage Magnavox Micromatic Record Console Circa 1960s AM/FM Stereo Phono WORKS

Year Manufactured: 1960s
Features: Comes with original instruction manual
Dimensions: 50” W x 30” H x 19.5” D
Price: $295

Vintage Magnavox Micromatic Record Console Circa 1960s AM/FM Stereo Phono WORKSphoto source: eBay

This vintage Magnavox record player cabinet was made in England in the 1960s. According to the seller, the radio and record player are in good working condition. The cabinet is also in beautiful condition and only has some minor cosmetic damage. This Vintage Magnavox Micromatic Record Console Circa 1960s AM/FM Stereo Phono WORKS is currently available on eBay.


3. Vintage 1970’s Electric Fake Fireplace with Montgomery Ward stereo/record player

Year Manufactured: 1970s
Features: Fake electric fireplace
Dimensions: Unspecified
Price: $200 + local pick up only

Vintage 1970's Electric Fake Fireplace with Montgomery Ward stereo/record playerphoto source: eBay

This vintage record player cabinet is unique because it is a fake electric fireplace. According to the seller, the fireplace that lights up and makes crackling sounds. The radio is working, but the record player isn’t. Additionally, this record player cabinet is only available for local pickup in Kouts, Indiana. This Vintage 1970’s Electric Fake Fireplace with Montgomery Ward stereo/record player is available on eBay.


4. 1920 VV-XI Victor Victrola Antique Phonograph Cabinet Record Player

Year Manufactured: 1920
Features: In good working condition
Dimensions: 20” W x 43” H x 23.5” D
Price: $550 + local pick up only

1920 VV-XI Victor Victrola Antique Phonograph Cabinet Record Playerphoto source: eBay

This Victrola record player cabinet is from 1920. According to the seller, it is in good working condition. This 1920 VV-XI Victor Victrola Antique Phonograph Cabinet Record Player is available on eBay for local pickup from Egg Harbor Township, New Jersey.


5. Motorola Golden Voice MCM Record Cabinet/ Console Tube Amp Record Player Peg Leg

Year Manufactured: 1950s
Features: Comes with original manual
Dimensions: Unspecified
Price: $199.88 + local pick up only

Motorola Golden Voice MCM Record Cabinet/ Console Tube Amp Record Player Peg Legphoto source: eBay

This Motorola record player cabinet was dated by the seller to the mid-century (1950s). The seller says that they were able to power on the unit for a short period of time. The cabinet does have minor scratches from age. The legs of the cabinet are tipped in brass. This Motorola Golden Voice MCM Record Cabinet/ Console Tube Amp Record Player Peg Leg is available from eBay.


6. Antique Apollo Wood Phonograph Victrola Cabinet Record Player Free Stand 33″

Year Manufactured: Unknown
Features: Hand crank is broken
Dimensions: 29” W x 33” H x 19” D
Price: $1,243 + local pickup only

Antique Apollo Wood Phonograph Victrola Cabinet Record Player Free Stand 33"photo source: eBay

This is a beautiful antique Apollo record player cabinet with an unknown manufacturing date. The seller said that initially the record player worked and played 78 RPM records, but after moving it, the hand crank no longer works. The Antique Apollo Wood Phonograph Victrola Cabinet Record Player Free Stand 33″ is available on eBay for local pick up in Scottsdale, Arizona.


7. Antique Vintage 1919 Edison Disc Phonograph Record Player Cabinet #S145

Year Manufactured: 1919
Features: Missing hand crank
Dimensions: 21.5” W x 51” H x 23” D
Price: $275

Antique Vintage 1919 Edison Disc Phonograph Record Player Cabinet #S145photo source: eBay

This antique Edison record player cabinet dates to 1919. Most of the cabinet and record player has its original parts. However, it needs a new hand crank. Unlike most people selling antique record player cabinets, this seller will ship around the U.S. and internationally through eBay Global Shipping Program. This Antique Vintage 1919 Edison Disc Phonograph Record Player Cabinet #S145 is available on eBay.


8. Edison W-250 Wind Up Diamond Record Phonograph Player Model 250

Year Manufactured: Early 20th century
Features: Rare “William and Mary” style
Dimensions: 26” W x 56” H x 26” D
Price: $600

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According to the seller, this is a rare “William and Mary” Style Edison record player cabinet. While the seller has not dated the record player, based on the brand and style, it would date to sometime in the early 20th century. The record player is in good working condition. This Edison W-250 Wind Up Diamond Record Phonograph Player Model 250 is available on eBay.


9. Vintage Mid Century Modern Hifi Cabinet Credenza Record Player Console

Year Manufactured: 1963
Features: Untested unit
Dimensions: Unspecified
Price: $595

Vintage Mid Century Modern Hifi Cabinet Credenza Record Player Consolephoto source: eBay

This vintage record player cabinet is a Sears Silvertone that dates to about 1963. The seller found the cabinet at an estate sale, but has not tested the unit. They are selling it as is. This Vintage Mid Century Modern Hifi Cabinet Credenza Record Player Console is available from eBay.


10. Victor Mahogany Antique Victrola Record Player c. 1914 * Model VV-XVI

Year Manufactured: c.1914
Features: Made from Mahogany
Dimensions: 22” W x 50” H x 24” D
Price: $595

Victor Mahogany Antique Victrola Record Player c. 1914 * Model VV-XVIphoto source: eBay

This is an antique Victrola record player cabinet that dates to around 1914. The cabinet is made from solid mahogany. According to the seller, the record player is in good working condition. This Victor Mahogany Antique Victrola Record Player c. 1914 * Model VV-XVI is available from eBay.


V) Vintage Record Players with Horns/Speakers (Gramophone)

1. Antique Spanish His Master’s Voice Gramophone – Phonograph. Model 5. Spain, 1915

Year Manufactured: 1915
Features: Beautiful red horn
Dimensions: 14.3” W x 7” H (box); 23.3” W x 25.6” H (horn)
Price: $1,195

Antique Spanish His Master’s Voice Gramophone - Phonograph. Model 5. Spain, 1915photo source: eBay

This is an authentic His Master’s Voice Gramophone that dates to 1915 Spain. The record player is in beautiful cosmetic condition and it also works well. The seller notes that the motor of the gramophone is not authentic, but runs well. This Antique Spanish His Master’s Voice Gramophone – Phonograph. Model 5. Spain, 1915 is available on eBay.


2. Antique WORKING Columbia Grafonola Wind Up Phonograph Record Player With Horn

Year Manufactured: Unknown
Features: In good working condition
Dimensions: Unspecified, but horn opening is 23” W
Price: $769.99 + $199.99 shipping

Antique WORKING Columbia Grafonola Wind Up Phonograph Record Player With Hornphoto source: eBay

This is an antique Columbia Grafonola record player. It’s date is unknown, but it still has its original logo and parts. The seller says that it is in working condition. This Antique WORKING Columbia Grafonola Wind Up Phonograph Record Player With Horn is available from eBay.


3. 1901 Zon-O-Phone Concert Grand Phonograph + Horn Berliner Gramophone Era

Year Manufactured: 1901 – 1902
Features: In working condition with brass horn
Dimensions: Unspecified, but horn is 30”
Price: $1,030 + $125 shipping

1901 Zon-O-Phone Concert Grand Phonograph + Horn Berliner Gramophone Eraphoto source: eBay

This antique record player is a very rare find as it dates back to 1901/02. It is a Zon-O-Phone created by Universal Talking Machine Co. of New York City. According to the seller, almost all of the record player is original. However, they built a support elbow for the horn to keep it steady. Other than that piece, everything else is original and authentic. This 1901 Zon-O-Phone Concert Grand Phonograph + Horn Berliner Gramophone Era is available on eBay.


4. Victor V Model 5 Phonograph Gramaphone Antique 1908 Record Player

Year Manufactured: 1908
Features: Oak horn
Dimensions: Unspecified, but horn is 16.5” in diameter
Price: $4,995 + $501.03 shipping

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This is a very rare antique Victor/Victrola gramophone that dates to 1908. The horn on this record player is made out of oak and is incredibly beautiful. According to the seller, this record player is in such good condition that it has its original finish and original parts. There aren’t even any dents or scratches. This Victor V Model 5 Phonograph Gramaphone Antique 1908 Record Player is available on eBay.


5. HMV MONARCH SENIOR His Masters Voice Gramophone Collectors’ Dream

Year Manufactured: c.1904
Features: Original in excellent condition
Dimensions: Unspecified
Price: $14,819

HMV MONARCH SENIOR His Masters Voice Gramophone Collectors' Dreamphoto source: esty

This next antique gramophone comes with a hefty price tag of $14,819 because it is an authentic 1904 HMV Monarch Senior. Back in its day, this was a top of the line gramophone and it has somehow survived 117 years in excellent condition. This HMV MONARCH SENIOR His Masters Voice Gramophone Collectors’ Dream is available on Etsy.


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