Canadian Victor Microsynchronous Radio Model R-34 ?

I recently bought (and restored) this Victor Micro-synchronous radio here in Vancouver. It has a Canadian Victor model number R-34, and the serial number C2405. It is not what normally is running under this model number, the 1931 follow-up model to the 1929 R-32, since it is obviously a first generation model. The only other instance of this radio I found in an earlier thread by fvan here on ARF: It seems the radio is confined to Vancouver. In the thread mentioned Arran suggested to look for saw marks on the bottoms of the legs as it looked a little short to him. I looked - the legs are original, the radio's height is 38 1/2", that is 4 1/2" taller than a RCA R-15. So it is a lowboy deLuxe model with doors, unlike the deLuxe model R-52, which is a highboy. If someone knows more about this model, especially the number produced, I would be interested to know. It seems Canadian Victor was confused too, since inside the radio there is a paper sticker with model number R-32 on it (see last picture), which certainly is wrong, and the year corrected from 1929 to 1930 in writing. Someone can tell me what "Rd." is standing for?

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The set is purely an R-32, in a cabinet, unique to the Canadian market. The cabinet is nicer than the USA R-32, because of the doors. I failed to notice whether the amplifier is set up for 25 or 60 ncycle power. It would never be a problem, anyway.
The follow-up models, offered in 1931, like the R-35, RE-57, are totally different sets, so there's no relationship with the set that you have. It looks very nice. You're lucky.
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Thanks Doug. I think the nearest relative is the R-52. The amplifiers type plate as well as the sticker on the lower right in the last picture above both say "50-60 cycles". The former owner added a fuse and a resistor to the primary winding of the mains transformer, the purpose of which is unclear to me: