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Does anyone know how much this cabinet record player is worth? It has been in the family for a while now.
If this is still in good working condition and both the radio and record player are working you unit is worth $180 to $250. However, if the record player or even the radio aren't working, then the until will only sell for $50 to $75.
I own a RCA Victor record player/stereo. The speakers go up top with speaker covers, not included, (where the DVDs are stored). The record player goes in middle drawer (not included). 2 other drawers pull out as well. It is very heavy. It has the RCA Victor logo. How much is this particular piece worth?
1961 RCA Victor Danish modern cabinet
I can't for the life of me figure out what this is worth. It's been in my family for 4 generations. It is a Symphonic record player, model 148-33T, but the actual record part is a Garrard model 1025. It is a stereo with an 8-track as well. Photos attached any info would be very helpful!!
Turntable part is worth about $200. The furniture would be extra.
Worth of a record player.
I searched E-Bay your item is not there.
You can go on list what you wanted and they will make sure they e-mail it to you when it becomes available.
Your console may be more valuable than some as you have a very good brand of record player as well as an 8-track player.
If you wish to sell and are unable to find anything similar I would suggest you take a lot of photos and list it on eBay for several thousand dollars and see if you receive any inquiries - you can continue listing for several months (listing is not expensive but selling fees can run to 13% of the selling price).
If a value only is what you are looking for then you may need to pay for an official appraisal.
I have a Harmograph type H5135 working talking machine. I cannot find out how much it is worth. My intention is to sell it.
I only found out from this website that it was $113 in the first year of its sale https://www.rad … raph_h5135s.html
I would contact a dealer or www.radiomuseum.org for their help.
Thanks Judy, I think your right!
I have a True Tone vintage coffee table record player with a certificate of authenticity. It works great and is in very good condition.
One sold for $90 on eBay in 2014.
https://www.eba … 5s-/221433695831
There not worth anymore than 100 dollars on E-Bay.
I have a Capehart record player that I have had for a few years now. I can't find my model or that much about the year that this player seems to be made. Any help with anything to do with the history of the model and value would be great.
The serial number: C 3834646
Model number: KMT 229B/37CA
Chassis number: 20X37CA
Order number: 8-16
Site number: CAAK
Here is a pretty detailed article about vintage Capehearts:http://myvintag … art/capehart.htm