This is an RCA Victor "Victrola"
Model 45-W-9 Radio-Phonograph Combination console.
According to the instruction booklet that came with it, this model "contains the new RCA Victor '45' automatic phonograph and a two-band radio receiver. Special features embodying recent developments of engineering and design include--
And most of it still works. The radio works perfectly and picks up both AM and FM stations. Tone and amplification are surprisingly good.
The phonograph surely needs a new needle and perhaps other repairs. The on/off mechanism works perfectly, as does the mechanism that controls the arm and places it onto and off of the record. However, the turntable now makes a sound it shouldn't make as it revolves.
The condition of the solid wood cabinet is good, considering its age and that it has been moved several times over its 50+ years of life to several different cities. It measures 32"H x 28-1/2" W x 19" deep. There are some dings and scratches in the mahogany or cherry cabinet, but it easily could be refinished and restored to its original beauty. It was a very lovely piece of furniture and could be again.
The 45 record albums shown in the cabinet are not included. They will be sold either as a group or individually on eBay in coming weeks. The instruction booklets are included.
RCA console for sale for $200