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1957 Wurlitzer 2104

The 2104 model jukebox plays 45 rpm records and has 104 selections.

It features a visible record changing mechanism, push button selection, and attractive front grill.

Set on free play for home use. All coin gear present.

Missing the coin box external cover and the shroud behind the tonearm.

Overall great condition, except that the right pilaster is cracked at the very bottom.

Dimensions: 33 5/8" width, 27 7/8' depth, 55 5/8" height

Price: $7500 plus shipping


Wurlitzer 2104
$7500

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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: 12,500 plus shipping
To most Mainland USA locations: $450 - $500

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AMI 200 selections
$12,500

AMI Model I-200
$12,000

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Homeowner's Sale
Wurlitzer 1015 Jukebox

circa 194s, made by the Wurlitzer Company

The Wurlitzer 1015 was restored in the 70's

It was restored back to original condition, it has been restored to play 45 rpm records

It is fully loaded with old singers, Elvis, Willie Nelson, Fats Domino, Ricky Nelson and others.

Works great just needs a needle and one flourcent light for right side other than that it's good.

Price: $6995
SALE: $4995 plus crating and shipping

Pick up for free in Oklahoma

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along with your location and phone number

or call Ken Durham on 202-213-1585
and leave a message with your location and phone number.


45 rpm Wurlitzer 1015
SALE: $4995

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Restored Wurlitzer 42
Victory Jukebox

circa 1943, restored jukebox in good working condition, coin operated. It plays 16 - 78 rpm records

Dimensions: 66" high, 26" deep, 36" wide.

Price: $9850 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 42
$9850
Ready to Ship

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1939 Rockola Countertop Jukebox

Beautiful, restored 39 Rockola Countertop Jukebox. It is Fully functional and complete with color cylinders.

This jukebox has one small crack in flat front plastic, which can be located easily.

Price: $5995 plus shipping

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Restored 1939 Rockola
$5995
Ready To Ship

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Wurlitzer Model 61
Countertop Jukebox

circa 1938/39. Play 12 78rpm records.

This rare Wurlitzer is in good working condition.

Dimensions: 22" high, 21 1/4" wide, 18" deep

Price: $5850 plus shipping
Ready to Ship

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Wurlitzer 61
$5850
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International Shipping

You will have to arrange your own shipping with a shipping company in your country.

Shipping to Canada and Overseas locations can cost between $1200 - 1500.

Also check with your country's custom regulations, because you may have to pay custom and brokage fees when you receive the item.

In some countries that can add 15 - 20% to the cost of the item.

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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 arrange your own shipping

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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)

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$24,500

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1950s Style Tear Drop Speakers

These beautiful replica speakers are an attractive addition to your gameroom. Available in Pink, Turquoise, Red, Black and Beige.

Price: $475 plus $35 shipping
Two speakers: $895 plus $45 shipping
Please indicate color

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  • $475 ea - Two for $895

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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

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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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    1952
    Seeburg C

    One of the most beautiful jukeboxes ever produced .

    Two tone cabinet finish with plastic translucent pilasters. Inside the pilasters are rotating color cylinders.

    Plays both sides of fifty 45 rpm records giving you 100 selections.

    Dimensions: 54" high, 35" wide, 26" deep, Weight: 305 lbs.

    Price: SOLD plus shipping
    To most Mainland USA locations: $450 - $500

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    Restored
    SOLD

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    1955 Seeburg
    Model V-200
    45 rpm Jukebox

    Beautifully restored 200 select Jukebox from 1955.

    All aspects have been meticulously restored.

    This stunning machine sounds as great as it looks.

    Rotating title strip drum and classic lines and colors make this jukebox a joy
    to watch and listen to as the mechanism glides back and forth along the track selecting your favorite records.

    Dimensions: 59" high, 37" wide, 28" deep, weight: 416 lbs.

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

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    Seeburg V-200
    Restored
    SOLD

    Seeburg V-200
    Restored
    SOLD

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    Restored 1946
    Wurlitzer 1015
    Bubbler Jukeboxes

    circa late 1940s, Here is the classic jukebox that everyone wants.

    The rotating color columns and unique bubbles contribute to a fascinating spectacle that attracts both the eye and the ear.

    This 1015 is complete with color wheels in it's sides, formed plastics, and the bubble tubes that helped make it famous running from it's base to it's arch,

    The 1015 was the single most popular jukebox of the light-up era. The wurlitzer model 1015 plays 24 78 rpm records.

    This jukebox is completely restored inside and out everything is rebuilt,all medal parts rechromed,

    Dimension: Width: 33 inches, Height: 60 inches, Depth: 25 inches

    Price: SOLD plus shipping

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    Restored 1015
    SOLD

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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. There are also Jukebox Service Manuals available for almost every jukebox made. These books are available from the GameRoomAntiques Bookstore.

    Copyright: 1996 Ken Durham.

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