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What is the value of a RCA Victor Victrola Record Player cabinet

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What is the value of a RCA Victor Victrola Record Player cabinet in full working condition?
Submitted: 5 years ago.
Category: Antiques
Expert:  Diana F. replied 5 years ago.
Hi and thanks for choosing Just Answer.

Do you know what year or model you have? What does it look like?

A picture would be great if you can. If you can't, that's okay.

In this message box, you will see a little paper clip at the top. Click it.

Then click on browse and another box will open up. Click on browse in that box. This will take you to the photos on your computer.

Click on the one you want to send. Double click on the image.

You'll be taken back to the upload box. Click OK. You'll be taken back to your original box.

Click Insert and you should be able to see the picture in the message area before you send it to me.


Here's a different method that we have good results with if you want to try it:

2. TinyPic is a good place to upload photos. You do have to have the images saved on your computer, but you can upload photos without having to register or give them any information.

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This method seems to be one of the favorites:

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Make sure you tell them that you've tried everything and that you're trying to get pictures to me (DianaF) in antiques and give them your screen (customer) name and your real name.

Let me know if you need any help.

Customer: replied 5 years ago.

The product serial number is(NNN) NNN-NNNN3 38 3. I have know idea what the year of the item is graphicI have attached a picture but I am not sure it is going to load.The model number is XXXXX

Expert:  Diana F. replied 5 years ago.

That's okay. The mode# XXXXX XXXXX Thanks for the info. Based on the serial and model, it should be from about the mid 1960s. It has a Super-Heterodyne receiver. These are actually worth about $250 to $350, but with the current market, it should have a current secondary market value estimated in the range of $150 to $225.

I'd avoid online sales and auctions if you can. A private sale will get you the highest value. Auctions can be hit or miss in terms of value unless you do a reserve and if you sell to a dealer, then they'll need to make a profit, so they will offer much less than value. You might try listing it on craigslist or check with collectors at a local shop. Ebay does get worldwide exposure, but values tend to run very low unless you do a reserve. Etsy and even Amazon's marketplace are turning out to be good alternative sources.

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