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Barco (since 1934)

Barco Jukebox Musikbox
Richelieu

(1951)
Barco Jukebox Musikbox
Select 50
(1953)
Barco Junior Jukebox
Barco-Junior

(1953)
Barco Jukebox Musikbox
Barco
(1954)
Barco Jukebox Musikbox
Radio Master

(1955)
Barco Jukebox Musikbox
Tri-Box

(1956)
Barco Jukebox Musikbox
Cobar
(1956)
Barco Jukebox Musikbox
Atlas
(1956)

Barco Jukebox Musikbox
Barc-O-Matic

(1957)

BARCO (Belgium American Radio Corporation) was founded by Lucien De Puydt (†1940 in an accident) in Poperinge, Belgium in 1934. They specialised in assembling radios using US parts. BARCO is still an international worldwide company. (2011)
From 1949 – 1956 they were successful with its concept of a “cheaper” jukebox. The so called “Barco-Box” found its way into locations, which could not afford the expensive US jukeboxes.

Disc-O-Matic

Driva European Amusement Company (1952 - ?)
Gama Jukebox Musikbox
Gama 2000
(1958)
Gama Jukebox Musikbox
Gama 2100
(Year: ?)

Driva
(year: ?)


Wilco
(1957)

A. A. Wilms, manager of the European Amusement Company, became associated in coin machines in 1951, when import regulations in Belgium against US Dollars payments were removed. Company for im- and export founded in 1952.

Discophone - founder Pierre Eich

Radio Discophone Jukebox Musikbox
Radio-Discophone
(1931-40)
Radio Discophone Jukebox Musikbox
Radio-Discophone
(1931-40)

900
(1944-50)

800
(1944-50)
Discophone Jukebox Musikbox
Discophone
(1944-50)

Cine Discophone
(1946-48)
Goliath Jukebox Musikbox
Goliath
(1948-56)
Goliath Jukebox Musikbox
Discophone
(year ?)

David
(1949-50)

Maestro
(1952?)
       

Kens

Libertas

Radiobell  Antwerp.

Radio Union      
Kens Jukebox Musikbox
Kens
(year ?)
Brabant Jukebox Musikbox
Brabant
(year ?)

Radiobell-Box
(year: ?)

Radio Union
(year: ?)
     

Rennotte; Distrubution in UK by Precision Automatics

Rennotte CM 30 Jukebox Musikbox
CM 30
(1956-57)

C4 M30
(1956)

CM 160
(1958-59)
Rennotte CM 80 Jukebox Musikbox
CM 80
(1958-59)
Rennotte Wallmount Jukebox Musikbox
W-Wallmount
(1959)
Rennotte Console Jukebox Musikbox
C-Console
(1959)

CM 80 WB
Wallbox
(1958-59)

Siera SA

Stella

Stielle

 
Jukebox Musikbox Siera SA Belgie
Siera

(year ?)
Jukebox Musikbox Stella
Stella

(year ?)
Jukebox Musikbox Stella
Stella

(year ?)
Jukebox Musikbox Stella 581
581

(pre 1956)
Jukebox Musikbox G17-52 Staar
G17-52

(1952)
Jukebox Musikbox
unknown model

(1952)
 
Suggest-Toebosch N.V. - founded in ca. 1909

Tonecolor J 32
(1954)

Tonecolor J 34
(1954-55)

Tonecolor J 35
(1954-55)

Tonecolor
()
     
Telfa

Telfa
(1953)

Telfa
(1954)
Telfa Jukebox Musikbox
Telfa
(1955)
       
Ultra Valcke-Vanassche, Heule

van Opeloor

Verriest

 

 

Ultra Garrard Jukebox Musikbox
1013
(year ?)
Valcke Heule Jukebox Musikbox radio
Valcke
(year: ?)
Valcke Vanaasch Heule Vedette Jukebox Musikbox
Vedette
(early 1950s)
van opeloorJukebox Musikbox radio
Radio
(~ 1955)

Selectrophone
(1962)
   

Unknown

 Heva Wavo Jukebox Musikbox radio
Heva
(year: ?)
Collaro Radio Jukebox Musikbox radio
RC-1 with Radio
(year: 1939 ?)
         
 

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