Camden, New Jersey: Victor Talking Machine Company, 1920s. Charming novelty fan in the form of a music record, advertising Victrola. On the recto is a stylish young woman's face in front of the record; on the verso, a panorama of young people dancing and engaging in outdoor recreation revolve around the center, and with the name of the local agent printed in red at the head. The iconic image of Nipper the dog is present on both sides. Fan measures approx. 8" in diameter, printed in black and red, stapled to wooden handle measuring 8.25" by 0.5" by 0.25" Very good. Minor toning, dust soiling.