Dating from the early 1960s, the player has been full refurbished, with the cabinet reupholstered in its original red and white, the legs refurbished and the fittings replaced where necessary.
The player has also been ‘electrically and mechanically’ serviced, with parts again replaced where necessary and the deck mechanics fully cleaned and re-greased. A stereo compatible cartridge and new stylus has also been fitted.
There are some minor marks due to age, but that’s what you would expect of a player around 50 years old.
Price? Right now it is at £4.99 with no reserve.
Note that the same seller also has a 1970s Fidelity record player for auction at the same price. Although that is likely to sell for a lot less in the end than the Dansette. Details of that can be found here.