This is an unusual antique stacking Victrola phongraph and music stand from the early 1900s in very good condition. Both are made of excellent quarter sawn oak, though the phonograph has some wear to the finish. The set was made to fit together with the top piece being made by Victor Victrola and the bottom by Long in Hanover, PA as signed. They are very sturdy and heavy. The phonograph has some minor veneer lifting and the base has a couple very minor veneer chips. The phonograph is complete and working and comes with hundreds of needles. The stand was filled with over 100 LPs which are available but no included in this listing.
We do not have the key to the cabinet and one door swings open without being locked. Otherwise, the pair is very unique and decorative and is very usable.