We are not record experts, and have no information on the value of records other than to say that 99% of 78 RPM Victor (and other brand) records are worth no more than $2.00 each in good condition, and many are worth less than that. That fact hurts a lot of peoples feelings, but its absolutely true.
What is my Victor Victrola worth?
According to Victor-Victrola.com, a VV-XI left exposed in an unfinished attic space is worth around $100-$150, while a Victrola of the same model in mint condition sells for over $750. Any model with the original shipping crate is worth far more than one without.
Are Victrola records good?
Yes, they are. Their record players are very competitive and are known to have a lot of features combined with great design. Aside from that, their units also have great overall sound quality that can be difficult to find amongst other brands with the same price range as them.
How heavy is a Victrola?
Started in 1906, the 100 year old Victrola brand is known worldwide for its nostalgic design, distinctive craftsmanship and premium sound quality .Product Dimensions13.9 x 10.1 x 5 inchesItem Weight2.69 poundsManufacturerInnovative TechnologyASINB00UMVW4VACountry of OriginUSA8 more rows
Will a Victrola ruin records?
Cheap Victrola record players that are used properly should not damage your records beyond just shortening their lifespan a bit. Eventually this will cause the record to wear out and could also cause the grooves to become extremely damaged if the record skips a lot.