Yes, an RCA V-225.  But I believe they used the same cartridge in the V-210 and 
V-215, which only had one tone arm.
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Is that from one of the machines that plays both sides of a record using two 
tone arms, one above and one, spring loaded below?

Ron L

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Subject: [Phono-L] Looking for a 1941 RCA crystal phonograph cartridge

Greetings.  I'm looking for a complete RCA crystal cartridge from 1941 -- if it 
is stamped with the part number 38598, 39919 or 38453, and looks like the ones 
in the photos, I'm interested.  This cartridge would have been used in several 
radio-phonograph consoles, including the RCA V-210, RCA V-215 and RCA V-225.  
If you have one or know of someone who might, please let me know.  (Don't worry 
if the crystal is dead -- I expect it to be.)  Thanks!
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