A Brunswick table model phonograph is worth anywhere from $200 to $350, while an upright model will typically sell for $300 to $500, as of 2015. The Brunswick Panatrope, introduced in 1926, can fetch as much as $1,000, however.
While valuable, Brunswick models are notably cheaper than Victrola and Edison machines, which can sell for as much as $1,300 more than Brunswick models. The higher price of these models is justified, however, as they possess not only better sound quality due to superior soundboxes and tonearms, but also have a far wider range of parts availability. This is due to the relative lack of Brunswick machines sold in comparison to Victrola and Edison machines.