Here's a quite nice Philips 212 stereo turntable circa mid-1970s. It's a two speed (33/45 rpm) belt drive with adjustable fine speed control. It also has well dampened cueing and end-of-play auto stop. The Philips is easily recognized for the green elevator type touch sensitive buttons for speed selection and stop. The 212 has a platter and tonearm coupled suspension similar to the Thorens and AR turntables.
This one had a new on/off switch, drive belt, and holds an Audio Technica cartridge with new elliptical diamond stylus. It comes with a tinted acrylic dustcover with hinges. The RCA interconnect cable plugs are new too.