RCA Nipper Dog and Gramophone-Cast Iron RCA Victor Nipper Dog-RCA Dog
Check out Nipper gazing in the Gramophone! The most enduring symbol of RCA music history. If you love memorabilia, music history, dogs or Terriers this guy is for you.
I knew a little about Nipper when I came upon this guy but when I read his backstory in Wiki I fell in love. His history is extremely rich, deep and timeless.
This Terrier cast iron piece is solid and makes a unique display dog just about anywhere you want to see a quality piece of RCA music memorabilia.
Check out my full collection of RCA Victor Nipper Dogs at the link below:
RCA Victor Nipper Dog Collection
The size for this highly collectible RCA Nipper Dog Terrier is:
4.75" Tall by 8.75" Long by 3.12" Wide
Weighing in at a solid and hefty 4lbs
A little history about Nipper taken from wikipedia:
Nipper (1884–1895) was a dog from Bristol, England, who served as the model for a painting by Francis Barraud titled "His Master's Voice". This image was the basis for the dog-and-gramophone commercial logo, one of the world's most famous used by several audio recording and associated company brands, including Berliner Gramophone and its various successors, affiliates, and successors, including Berliner's German subsidiary Deutsche Grammophon; Berliner's American successor the Victor Talking Machine Co. (later known as RCA Victor and then RCA Records); Victor's Bluebird label; Zonophone; Berliner's (and later Victor's) British affiliate the Gramophone Co. Ltd. (informally known as His Master's Voice) and its successors EMI and HMV Retail Ltd.; the Gramophone Co.'s German subsidiary Electrola; Zonophone; and onetime Victor subsidiary the Japan Victor Company (JVC).
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