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1958 AMI
Model I-200
45 rpm Jukebox

Incredible, original 1958 AMI Model I-200 Jukebox. Plays 45 RPM records.

It plays both sides of a hundred 45 rpm records giving you 200 selections

All original Chrome and finish on cabinet. Minor blemishes, however this jukebox is a tremendous find in this condition!!

Mechanism is in perfect working condition and has full working coin gear.

Amplifier has been completely rebuilt and sounds perfect with no hum or background noise. Selects and plays like new!

This is a mechanical selector mechanism, which is preferred by many collectors.

This jukebox has been completely disassembled and refurbished, leaving the original finish intact as it was too good to replace.

The replacement top "AMI" Glass has been replaced.

See Photo of Front of Jukebox.

This jukebox was kept as a showpiece in a very upscale home for over 25 years

This would be a trophy piece in anyone's home or collection!

Firm Price: 14,500 plus shipping
To most Mainland USA locations: $450 - $500

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call 202-213-1585 10 a.m - 9 p.m. East Coast time.
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AMI 200 selections
$14,500

AMI Model I-200
$14,500

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1936 Seeburg Model D
Rare Bookend Jukebox

Beautiful asymmetric "Bookend" style jukebox. This is a rarer version of the already rare Seeburg Bookend jukebox.

Unlike the model C, the D model has a two way sound system and a ceramic junction box.

It is fully restored Cabinet was completely disassembled and reglued to original specification.

It is as solid as the day it rolled off the assembly line.

Cabinet veneer has been restored and replaced where necessary. Tonearm has been converted to lightweight needle

The incredible asymmetric design of this jukebox crosses it over from jukebox enthusiast to Art Deco Enthusiast

Price: $15,950 plus shipping

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Restored 1936 Seeburg
Bookend Jukebox
$1,5995

Restored 1936 Seeburg
Bookend Jukebox
$1,5995

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Wurlitzer 1015 OMT
CD Jukebox

This is a hard to find used CD jukebox that is in excellent condition

It holds 50 CDs, which means its has 1200 selections.

A 45 rpm model is also available.

Price: $7500 plus $495 shipping
Payment via paypal, check or money order. Paypal accepts credit cards.
Located on the east coast - Ready to Ship

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Wurlitzer 1015 OMT
CD Jukebox
$7500

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Home Jukebox

Based on a classic jukebox design, this modern Crosley jukebox comes wtih
  • Color shifting LED lighting,
  • Front-Loading CD player that reads MP3 and WAV files,
  • Full Bluetooth support for both mobile and stand-alone devices,
  • AM/FM radio
  • Ultra-Compact Remote Control opeates jukebox (Not Coin-Opeated)
  • Programmable 20-Track Memory
  • Hand Rubbed Walnut Finish
  • Decorative Musical Playlist
  • Optional Compact Disc Storage Base is Available
  • Dimensions without stand: 14" deep, 25" wide, 48" high
  • Dimensions with stand: 14" deep, 25" wide, " high
  • Weight without stand: 80 lbs, with stand: 112 lbs

Price: $1495 plus $150 shipping
Optional stand: $80 blus $35 shipping

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Home Juke (48" high) - $1495

Home Juke with stand (59" high) - $1575

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Automatic Playing Accordian Music Machine

The Accordion Music Machine was on location at an Italian restaurant attached to a casino in Las Vegas.

The machine was gone over by professionals, retubed and the mechanisms reworked where needed. It work great!

It has several other instruments besides the main instrument, like Maracas, Tambourine, Wood Blocks, and Tom Toms.

It comes with the roll that is in them. They are 76" tall

Price: $8500 Located in Illinois, Must pick up

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$8500

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Video of Acccordian Music Machine

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Wurlitzer Band Box

Here is an original Wurltizer Band Box. It Works and plays well, but the drums play weak. It comes with 6 rolls.

Price: $24,500 (includes shipping to mainland USA locations)

To ORDER, please give us a call on 202-213-1585 (10 a.m. - 9 p.m. East Coast) or send an Email: durham@GameRoomAntiques.com along with your name, location, and phone number.


$24,500

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Wurlitzer
One More Time CD Jukebox

Just like the famous 1946 Wurlitzer 1015 with its eye-catching bubble tubes, but with today's new technology

Wurlitzer has shut down its production of these jukeboxes, so only used ones are available now

Great for playing all your CDs.

Price: - $7500 plus shipping

For more information, send an e-mail to: durham@GameRoomAntiques.com
or call Ken Durham on 202-213-1585 (10 am - 9 pm East Coast Time) along with your location and phone number.

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CD Model - $7500

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Wurlitzer 45 rpm
One More Time Bubbler Jukebox

Looks like the highly popular 1946 Bubbler Jukebox but with modern electronics, Fully working.

Holds 50 45rpm records and plays 100 songs. Dimensions: 58 1/4" high x 32" wide x 25 1/8" deep. Weighs 335 lbs

This is a used jukebox in perfect condition and working. Wurlitzer stopped making these jukeboxes several years ago, so there are no new jukeboxes for sale anymore.

FIRM Price: $7850 plus $495 shipping
Payment via paypal, check or money order. Paypal accepts credit cards.

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45 rpm Model - $7850

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HISTORY OF JUKEBOXES


The jukebox had its beginnings in the early 1900s when a coin mechanism was added to the phonograph. Soon thereafter a mechanism were devised to accommodate multiple records. Most of the early systems played the records sequentially just like the coin operated music box, player piano, or the nickelodeon.

The real beginning, however, of the modern jukebox occurred in the early 1930s with the perfection of the selection mechanism that allowed listeners to select the record they wanted to hear. During the 1930s, four companies dominated the market: the Rudolph Wurlitzer Company, the Rockola Manufacturing Company, AMI Inc., and the J.P. Seeburg Company. The 1930s jukeboxes played 10, 12, or 16 records, had wood cases and a flat top. In the late 1930s, remote selectors were added.

In the 1940s, jukeboxes played 24 records, contained illuminated plastics and were designed with round tops. Today, these jukeboxes are today highly desirable with collectors and, of course, are the most expensive.

In 1947, Seeburg introduced a new record changing mechanism that held 50 records and played both sides thereby being able to offer 100 tunes from which to select from. Seeburg also designed its new jukeboxes to use the 45 rpm disc exclusively. The designs also reflected the times, with sleek and extensive use of aluminum. Seeburg dominated the jukebox market in the 1950s.

Additional information on jukeboxes can be found in the following books: Vintage Coin Machines by Dick Bueschel; and Jukebox Art by Chris Pearce.

Copyright: 1996 Ken Durham.

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