Friend called me on the weekend, "I found a Victrola! At the DUMP!" What he meant to say was, he found a Columbia Graphonola. "You WANT IT?" Hell yes!! Here are some pictures. From what I can tell, most all of the hardware is here except the spring on the motor may be busted (will not wind, 2nd cylinder won't spin, see photos) and elbow armature is cracked with a piece missing. Diaphragm arm, and cabinet are in great shape, but it looks like someone painted this sucker with GOLD paint on the top lid and trim. Check also the doors on the bottom. Not sure if lion-type door knockers were original, but they're there and make the presentation sorta interesting. I'll be doing research on this puppy and hoping I can bring it back form the "dead". Any help is appreciated, but I have only STARTED looking on the net. So fo those who like photos, enjoy them! Here's the front. The vent in the top half is the "volume" control. Check out the lid. This might provide some sign of where history lies with it? I'm thinking 1920, 1921?? Here's the right side. Check how the gold paint was applied to the trim. In my grubby hands, the broken elbow. Might be an easy replacement? Here's a photo of the horn, but the interesting sight is certainly the technical warning. The Columbia arm and diaphram. Sorry for the reflection, but it's intact and "sensitive". See the two-note Columbia mark? Here's the inside. Felt is in good shape. See how the lid has some small dents in it on the right? Here's the motor on the inside, upside down, on my washing machine. See the two-part cylanders? The right one moves but doesn't "wind" for the smaller one on the left, pointed to with a screwdriver.