The Victor Junior was launched in 1957. The cabinet is a few inches smaller in each dimension than the Senior but has the same metal mesh front and veneer work. The cabinet uses the same 14-ply casing as its big brother. It loses the wheeled base of the Senior.
It uses a much cheaper 12” driver with an all-paper cone and a more conventional crossover network.
It also has switched resistors in series with the tweeter to vary the levels of treble, but allows fewer settings.
Warning: the input connectors are identical to 2-pin mains connectors of the period, so take care not to connect to the wrong cable