A portable Victrola phonograph. The exterior of the phonograph is wood and has some chipping. The machine is a case that opens up on a hinge. The speaker is on the front outside of the phonograph. The interior of the phonograph is orange and contains the working parts of the machine. The case holds a yellow brown felt turntable, tone arm, support bracket, brake, motorboard lifting knob and screws, needle, crank, speed regulator and a soundbox. The soundbox reads: [Victrola 4 / Victor Talking Machine Co. / Camden, N.J. / U.S.A.] The crank snaps into a holder on the top of the interior. The Victor Victrola phonograph logo with the dog is also on the interior, top portion of the machine. Underneath the turntable, a metal plate reads: [VV2 30 25215]. There is also a card that reads: [4931 Inspected Part 18447 / Cabinet / Mach.Equip. / Elec. Equip.] The card has a black ink mark running through the Mach. Equip. line. There are numbers written in pencil in some of the fields of the card.