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Belgien / Belgium

Dänemark / Denmark

Deutschland / Germany

ehem. DDR / Former GDR

England

Finnland / Finland

Frankreich / France

Griechenland / Greece

Italien / Italy

Jugoslawien / Yugoslavia

Malta

Monaco

Niederlande / Netherlands

Norwegen / Norway

Österreich / Austria

Polen / Poland

Schweden / Sweden

Schweiz / Switzerland

Spanien / Spain

 

Copyright

Belgien - Belgium - Belgique

Barco (Belgium American Radio Corporation)

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

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

C4 M30
(1956)

CM 60
(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.

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 ?)
         

 

Dänemark - Denmark - Danemark

 

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Bogh & Egholm

Compu-Game

Derby

Engbaek

BE-1
(1951)
BE-2 Bogh Egholm Musikbox Jukebox
BE-2
(early 1950s)

BE-32
(Prototype?)
Compu-Game Musikbox Jukebox
Compact Music Box
(1989)

Derby

Engbaek Atofon Musikbox Jukebox
Atofon
(1948?)


Superno
(1952?)

Hansen, Bent

I/S Topgame

Jarlstrøm, Svend

Jensen


Luna-Box
produced for operator Sigv. Hufeldt
Easyjuke Musikbox Jukebox
Easyjuke
(2009)
Easyjuke Musikbox Jukebox
Easyjuke Wall
(2009)
Easyjuke Musikbox Jukebox
Easyjuke Mikro
(2009)
Easyjuke Musikbox Jukebox
Easyjuke Upright (2009)

Music Boxes
 
Bilder Jensen-Modelle
Nordisk Automat Service
Nordisk Automat Service Rock-Ola Musikbox Jukebox
1475
(1959/60)
Nordisk Automat Service Rock-Ola Musikbox Jukebox
H12
(1959/60)
R.O. Regis 1488 1495 Rock-Ola Jukebox Musikbox
1495
(1961)
   
 
Petersen

Lytrofon
(1947)
Petersen Lytrofon Musikbox Jukebox
Lytrofon
(1953/54)
 

Lytrofon Bluebird
(1956)
   
 

 

Deutschland - Germany - Allemagne

 

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Automatenges. m.b.H.

AKG Werk Hofgeismar

   
Finale Jukebox Musikbox
Finale
(~ 1957)

Finale Wandbox
(1959)
Finale Jukebox Musikbox
Finale
(1959)
Hofgeismar Santelmann Diamant Jukebox Musikbox
Diamant

(1956)
Hofgeismar Santelmann Diamant Jukebox Musikbox
Diamant

(year ?)
   

Astamat: Alfred Stachow Automaten Großhandlung, Hannover

W 2100Wurlitzer 2100 Musikbox Jukebox
2100
(
1959)
W 2150 Wurlitzer 2150 Musikbox Jukebox
2150

(
1960-61)
2300 2310 2304 Wurlitzer Musikbox Jukebox
2300S

(
1963 ?)
       
Bergmann

Beromat/Wulff (für die Modelle Harmonie wurde die Firma Beromat von Wulff Apparatebau gegründet; Günter Wulff 1912–80)

Bilder Bergmann-Modelle Wulff Melodie Jukebox Musikbox
Melodie

(1956)
Harmonie Jukebox Musikbox
Harmonie
120STS

(1959)
Harmonie Jukebox Musikbox
Harmonie
200STS

(1959)
Harmonie Jukebox Musikbox
Harmonie
120WM / 120WS

(1959)
Harmonie Jukebox Musikbox

(1959)
 

Böck - Model "Star-Box" ab 1963


Bimbo-Box
Tefifon
(1958)
Pez-Bar Jukebox Musikbox
Pez-Bar

(1960)
Star-Box Jukebox Musikbox
Star-Box
AMI

(1963–66)
Star-Box Jukebox Musikbox
Star-Box
Bergmann M80

(1963–66)

Star-Box
Bergmann 80
(1963–66)
Böck telematic Jukebox Musikbox
Starbox
Telematic
(1963–66)

Star-Box
Fanfare
(1963–66)
Star-Box Jukebox Musikbox
Star-Box
Jensen

(1963–66)

Star-Box
Diplomat 120
(1963–66)
Star-Box Jukebox Musikbox
Star-Box
Rock-Ola 1448

(1963–66)
Star-Box Jukebox Musikbox
Star-Box
Rock-Ola 1464

(1963–66)
Star-Box Jukebox Musikbox
Star-Box
Wurlitzer 2150

(1963–66)
Star-Box Jukebox Musikbox
Star-Box
Seeburg HF100R

(1963–66)

Star-Box
Emaphone
(1963–66)
Bimbo-Baby Jukebox Musikbox
Bimbo-Baby
Affen / Disney

(1964)
Bimbo-Box Jukebox Musikbox
Bimbo-Box
Affen

(1964)
Bimbo-Box Katzenbox Jukebox Musikbox
Bimbo-Box
Katzen

(1965?)
       
DeTeWe Dt. Wurlitzer Drössler  Eichhoff Europhon Werke  

Fernwähler
Telematic
(1955)
Bilder Dt. Wurlitzer-Modelle
Erica
 (1956)
Bambi Jukebox Musikbox
Bambi

(1959)

Bambi
(ohne Logo)
(1959)
Europhon Europa Magnetophon Jukebox
Europa
(1953)
 

Eltec - Contina - Hagen (West Berlin)

 

Favorit 60
 (year ?)
Hagen Favorit Jukebox Musikbox
Favorit 100
(1957)
Eltec Jukebox Musikbox
Eltec F60
(1958)
Eltec Jukebox Musikbox
Eltec F100
(1959-63)
Eltec Jukebox Musikbox
Eltec S100

(1959)
   Eltec Jukebox Musikbox
Eltec G100

(1961)

M-100 (1964)
- ever built? -

Export: In 1960 a  contract was signed with Hamburg firm H. von Wichmann KG Elektrogeräte. Wichmann planned to create a subsidiary, the ELTEC EXPORT to handle export sales and parts supply. (Source: Billboard June 13, 1960). In 1963 Eltec planned to establish an assembly operation in GB, where a subsidiary, Eltec Limited, had been established. It was intended to ship the mechanisms from West Berlin for assembly in cabinets produced in GB. Eltec called their models F100 and G100 the German "Volkswagen" phonographs. (Source: Billboard June 19, 1960).
Distribution: GB: Anglia-Matics Ltd, Newmarket (1960), Gainsmead, Reading (1963-64)   |   BE: Henry Coolen, Nonkel Rik, Wetteren (1963-64)     |   IT: Electrophon Robert Mauro, Via Varese 4, Milano (1960)

Friedrichs            
Friedrichs Halbautomat Jukebox
Baby-Box
(1959)
           

Frodeno


Frodola De Luxe

Frodola S

Frodola SE
Frodola SE De Luxe Fernwähler Frodeno Jukebox Musikbox
SE De Luxe

(year ?)

Frodola Italia

Frodola Pompadour

Frodola Westfalen

Frodola Lucrecia

Stereonette
(1966-67)
Frodola Consul Fernwähler Frodeno Jukebox Musikbox
Consul 100

(1967-70)
Frodola Consul Fernwähler Frodeno Jukebox Musikbox
Consul 200

(1967-70)
Frodola Symphonie Fernwähler Frodeno Jukebox Musikbox
Symphonie

(1969?)
Frodola Lucrecia Fernwähler Frodeno Jukebox Musikbox
Lucrecia

(1970)
Frodola Westfalen Fernwähler Frodeno Jukebox Musikbox
Westfalen

(1970)
Frodola 70S Fernwähler Frodeno Jukebox Musikbox
Frodola 70S

(1970)
Universal 2000 Fernwähler Frodeno Jukebox Musikbox
Universal 2000

(year ?)
Melodie Fernwähler Frodeno Jukebox Musikbox
De Luxe

(1967-70?)
Frodola Lucrecia Fernwähler Frodeno Jukebox Musikbox
Discothek-

Wähler
(1970)
     

Gauselmann

Hagen

Harting

Hasse

Hecker

Bilder Gauselmann-Modelle
Favorit 60
 (year ?)
Hagen Favorit Jukebox Musikbox
Favorit 100
(1957)
Bilder Harting-Modelle Phono-Matic Jukebox Musikbox
Phono-Matic

(1962)
Phono-Matic Jukebox Musikbox
Phono-Matic

(1962)
Bilder Hecker-Modelle

Hill & Probst

 
HIll Magic Music Jukebox Musikbox
Magic Music Musiktruhe (1962)
HIll Magic Music Jukebox Musikbox
Magic Music Hideaway (1962)
HIll Magic Music Jukebox Musikbox
Magic Music

(1962)
       

Husemann (Overath, 1928 – 1960?) - Generalimporteur von Wurlitzer Musikboxen (1953 – 1960)

Wurlitzer 1100 Husemann Musikbox Jukebox
1100

(year ?)

1400
Husemann 1700 Wurlitzer W1700 1970HF HF Musikbox Jukebox
1700

(1954)
Husemann 1700 Wurlitzer Musikbox Jukebox
1700

(year?)
Husemann 1700 Wurlitzer Musikbox Jukebox
1700

(year?)
Husemann 1700 Wurlitzer Musikbox Jukebox
1700

(year?)
W1800 Wurlitzer W1800 Musikbox Jukebox
1800
(1955)
W1900 Wurlitzer 1900 Musikbox Jukebox Centennial
1900
(1955/56)
W 2000 Wurlitzer 2000 Musikbox Jukebox Centennial
2000
(1956)
         

Jost

Kaiser

Kirchhoff/Hemauer Knipping Ledertheil KG  

Hitaphon
Table Box
(1956)
kaiser Café Grammophon Halbautomat Jukebox
Café-Grammophon
(1908-14?)
Miniatur Jukebox Musikbox
Miniatur de Luxe
(1959)
Miniatur Jukebox Musikbox
Miniatur de Luxe
(1961?)

Diplomat 120
(AMI JAN)
(1968?)
Ledertheil Bambi Jukebox Musikbox
Bambi

(1960)
 
Löwen Automaten: Generalimporteur von Seeburg Musikboxen bis 1961; 1952: Gründung der Schwesterfirma NSM als eigene Produktionsstätte
Seeburg HF100G Select-O-Matic Seeburg Jukebox Musikbox Juke Box HF 100 G
HF100G

(1953)
Seeburg 100W Select-O-Matic Seeburg Jukebox Musikbox Juke Box 100 W
100W

(1953-54)
Seeburg Select-O-Matic HF100 R Seeburg Jukebox Musikbox Juke Box HF100R HF 100 R
HF100R/RD
(1954)
Seeburg Jukebox Musikbox Juke Box 100J 100 J
100J
(1955)
V200 Seeburg Select-O-Matic Seeburg Jukebox Musikbox V 200
V200

(1955-56)
KD KS Seeburg Jukebox Musikbox Juke Box KD200 KS 200
KD / KS

(1957)
L100 Seeburg Jukebox Musikbox Juke Box L 100
L 100

(1957)
161 Seeburg Jukebox Musikbox Juke Box
161

(1958)
201 Seeburg Jukebox Musikbox Juke Box
201

(1958)
Seeburg 220 Channel Seeburg Jukebox Musikbox Juke Box M 100 C
220

(1959)
AY160 AY 100 Y160 Y100 Seeburg Jukebox Musikbox Juke
EY 160
(1961)
     

Metzner

Middelhove

     

Junior 100
(year ?)
Metzner Baby-Box Jukebox Musikbox
Baby-Box
(year ?)
Metzner Worldplay Jupiter S104 Jukebox Musikbox
Worldplay
(year ?)

The Mi Fon (1971)
     
Müller, Bad Orb

Müllerschön

 

   
Komtesse Jukebox Musikbox
Komtesse

(year ?)
Comtesse Jukebox Musikbox
Comtesse

(year ?)
Comtesse Jukebox Musikbox
Comtesse

(year ?)
Muegrola Jukebox Musikbox
Mügrola 80/120
(1961?)
     
NDR NSM Nova Nordwestdt. Autom. Vertriebs GmbH Nowak App.  

WA1000
 
Bilder NSM-Modelle Bilder NSM-Modelle NAV SymphonieJukebox Musikbox
Symphonie
(1959/60)
Nowak Comet Jukebox Musikbox
Comet I

(1964)

Comet II
(year: ?)
 

Puchta Princess Jukebox Musikbox
Prinzess
(1954/57)
Puchta Princess Jukebox Musikbox
Prinzess
(1954/57)
Puchta Princess Jukebox Musikbox
Prinzess
(1957/58)
Puchta Princess Jukebox Musikbox
Prinzess
(1957/58)
     
Rehbock

Schlegel

     
Generalimporteur von AMI Musikboxen
Konsole 60
Fanfare
(1968)

Konsole 100
Fanfare
(1968)

Konsole 100
U100
(1.5.1968)
     
Talk Tonomat Triefenbach Apparatehandel KG    
Bimbo-Baby Jukebox Musikbox
Bimbo-Baby
(1958?)
Bilder Tonomat-Modelle Triefenbach Phonomatic Jukebox Musikbox
Phonomatic 200
(1964?)

Phonomatic 200
Truhe
     

Treff

Treff Arietta Piccolo Melodie Jukebox Musikbox
Piccolo Arietta

(1956)
Treff Melodie Jukebox Musikbox
Piccolo Arietta

(ab 1957)
Treff Melodie Jukebox Musikbox
Piccolo Arietta

(1957)

Piccolo Arietta
- grün -
(1957)
Treff Melodie Jukebox Musikbox
Melodie

(1957)
Treff Melodie Jukebox Musikbox
Melodie

(1958)
 

UTA Automaten

 
Bimbo-Box Jukebox Musikbox UTA
Bimbo-Box
(1958)
Bimbo-Box Jukebox Musikbox UTA
Bimbo-Box
(1958)
Bimbo-Box Jukebox Musikbox UTA
Bimbo-Box
(1958?)
       

Sieglinde Vieth

     

Umbauten Seeburg Modelle B, C, G, R, J
(1968)

Umbauten T-200
(1968)
Fernwähler wallbox Jukebox Musikbox
Fernwähler
(1964)
Fernwähler wallbox Jukebox Musikbox
Fernwähler
(year ?)
     
Waldenburger Automaten Wenzel Wiegandt Wirth WUMO (D) Wulff  
Pfisterer Rhythmus 80 Jukebox Musikbox
Rhythmus 80
(year ?)
Wenzel Wurlitzer 1015 Jukebox Musikbox
W 1015 Umbau
(year ?)
Bilder Wiegandt-Modelle Minibox NSM Wirth Musikbox Julebox
Minibox

(1964-66)
 Wumo Grammophon Halbautomat Jukebox
Wumo
(19?)
Wulff Melodie Jukebox Musikbox
Melodie

(1956)
 

Unbekannt

Viola 160 Jukebox Musikbox
Viola 160 AMI
(year ?)
Viola 160 Jukebox Musikbox
Viola 160 Regis
(year ?)

Viola 120
Jensen
(year: ?)
Miniatur Jukebox Musikbox
Miniatur 

de Luxe
(1961?)
Console de Luxe Jukebox Musikbox
Console de Luxe

(year ?)
   

 

Ehemalige DDR - Former GDR - Ancienne RDA

 

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Böhm                                                                                                                                                           Patent Sachsenklang   •••   Firmengeschichte

Böhm Sachsenklang Minibox Jukebox Musikbox
Sachsenklang M1 Prototyp (1955)
Böhm Sachsenklang Minibox Jukebox Musikbox
Sachsenklang M1
(year: ?)
Böhm Sachsenklang Minibox Jukebox Musikbox
Sachsenklang M1
(1961)
Böhm Sachsenklang M2 Jukebox Musikbox
Sachsenklang

M2
(1964)
Böhm Sachsenklang M3 Jukebox Musikbox
Sachsenklang

M3
(1965)

Böhm Sachsenklang M4 Jukebox Musikbox
Sachsenklang

M4
(1966)
Böhm Sachsenklang M4 Jukebox Musikbox
Charlotte und
Paul Böhm
Böhm Sachsenklang M4 Jukebox Musikbox
L2153PBK
Böhm Sachsenklang M4 Jukebox Musikbox
Werbebanner
(46 x 23 cm)
Böhm Sachsenklang M4 Jukebox Musikbox
Servicekiste
       

Julius Görner KG    

RFT-VEB Funkwerk Erfurt (zunächst Julius Görner KG)                                                  Firmengeschichte
RFT Polyhymat Jukebox Musikbox
Polyhymat

(1959 ?)
RFT Polyhymat 80A Jukebox Musikbox
Polyhymat 80A

(1959-62)
RFT Polyhymat 80C Jukebox Musikbox
Polyhymat 80B

(1962)

Polyhymat 80C

(1964)
RFT Polyhymat 80D Jukebox Musikbox
Polyhymat 80D

(1965-66)
RFT Polyhymat 80E Jukebox Musikbox
Polyhymat 80E

(1967)
RFT Polyhymat 80F Jukebox Musikbox
Polyhymat 80F

(10/1967)
RFT Polyhymat 80D/E Jukebox Musikbox
Aufsatz 80D/E

(1965-67)
RFT Polyhymat 80F Jukebox Musikbox
L2955 EG

(1959)
RFT Polyhymat L2955W lautsprecher Jukebox Musikbox
L2855 WG

(1959)
RFT Polyhymat Fernregler Jukebox Musikbox
Fernregler

(year: ?)
RFT Polyhymat Jukebox Musikbox
Transport Laufwerk
Bilder Funkwerk VEB
Funkwerk Erfurt

Vertrieb in Schweden /
distribution in Sweden:
1960 Interocean Aktiebolag Stockholm

Sixtus

Sixtusa Minibox Jukebox Musikbox
Sixtusa
late 1950s ?
           

Unbekannt - Unknown - Inconnu

Jukebox Musikbox
model, year ?
Böhm Sachsenklang Minibox Jukebox Musikbox
model, year ?
Böhm Sachsenklang Minibox Jukebox Musikbox
Model, year?

Model, year ?
     

 

England - Angleterre

 

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ACE

  Akers & Hayes
Sound Products Flirt Jukebox Musikbox
Mayfair
(1968)
ACE Flirt Jukebox Musikbox
Flirt
(1970?)
Sound Products Flirt Jukebox Musikbox
Flirt
(1969)
ACE Aquarius 140 Jukebox Musikbox
Aquarius 140
(1969)
Mecca leisure Hy-Lite Jukebox Musikbox
Hy-Lite
(year: ?)
Hit parade Akers & Co Jukebox Musikbox
Hit Parade
(1954)
CB 50 Jukebox Musikbox
CB 50
(year ?)

Arbiter

Arbiter Discmaster Jukebox Musikbox
Discmaster
(year ?)
Arbiter Discmaster A-00 Jukebox Musikbox
Discmaster A-00
(1987)
Arbiter Discmaster A-00 Jukebox Musikbox
Discmate A-02
(1987)
Arbiter Discmonitor A-01 Jukebox Musikbox
Discmonitor A-01
(1987)
     

Arcadia Acoustic

Ass. Leisure Games BAL-AMI Bell Fruit  
Arcadia Minstrel Jukebox Musikbox
Minstrel
(1954)
Arcadia Minstrel Jukebox Musikbox
Minstrel
(year ?)
Associated Leisure Games Fantasia Jukebox Musikbox
Fantasia
(1978)
Bilder Bergmann-Modelle
Bell Beat 80
(1960's?)
Bell Fruit Winchester Jukebox Musikbox
Winchester
(1970's?)
 

Chalwest Ltd.

Chantal Ltd.      
Chantal Chalwest Jukebox Musikbox
Chantal
(1962?)
Chantal Chalwest Jukebox Musikbox
Chalwest
(1960s ?)
Chantal Jukebox Musikbox
Chantal
(1959-62)
Chantal Jukebox Musikbox
Remote Volume (1961-62)
     

DDA (Digital Disc Automation)

DDA1812 Jukebox Musikbox
1812
(1993)

Panther
(1993)

Lynx
(1994)
DDA LJB Jukebox Musikbox
LJB
(1994)

Cobra
(1994)

Hideaway
(year ?)
DDA Wildcat Jukebox Musikbox
Wildcat
(1994)
DDA Jukebox Musikbox
Wildcat
(1995)

DJ2000
(1995)

Bobcat
30 CD Digial Jukebox
(year ?)

Classic
(year ?)

DDA:
Incorporation date: Jan 29, 1986
Morebrook Ltd. (Ian Blakeway, manager and engineer),
Field Lane, Batley,
West Yorkshire, UK.
Closing date: ?

Ditchburn Elysee Emenee Hawtins      
Ditchburn Hawtins Elysee Vision Jukebox Musikbox
Elysee Vision
(year ?)
Emenee Kiddy Jukebox Musikbox
Jukebox Jamboree
(1960s)
Ditchburn Hawtins      

Hazel Grove Music (HGM)

 
Tango Jukebox Musikbox
Tango
(year ?)
HGM Mk6 Wallbox Playmate Escort
Classic Mk6
(year ?)

Hideaway
(year ?)

Wall Selector
Playmate Escort
Mk 3
(year ?)

Wall Selector
Playmate Escort
Mk 4
(year ?)
Escort Jukebox Musikbox
Playmate Escort
(year ?)
 
KB K.E.B. MHG (Music Hire Group)    
Discomatic
Discomatic
(1965)
KEB Standard Wurlitzer 616 Wurlitzer Musikbox Jukebox Kass
616
(1948)

Maestro
(1990)

Midi Master
12 Disk
(1990)

Music Master 100
XK700 - Classic
(?)
   
Rainbow Sound Leisure Streeters Manufacturing Group

Thorn EMI

   
Rainbow Maestro CD Jukebox
Maestro

(year ?)
Bilder Jupiter-Modelle Video Sound Jukebox Musikbox
Video Sound
(1989/90)
Music Video Star Box II Jukebox Musikbox
Star Video II
(year ?)

Video Jukebox
(1984)
   

Unknown

Music Video Box Jukebox Musikbox
MBH
(year ?)
Music Video Box Jukebox Musikbox
MVB1 / MVB2
(year ?)

Tobysound CD
(1990)
       

 

Finnland - Finland

 

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Textoprint

         
Fennofon
Fennofon
(1954)
           

 

Frankreich - France

 

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Atari

Automat France Barnic Bonzini    
Bilder Jupiter-Modelle
Semi Automatique
(1956)
Barnic: Colorado Jukebox Musikbox
Colorado

(1957)
Bonzini: Mignon Jukebox Musikbox
Mignon

(1957)
Bonzini
Bonzini Factory
1928-1932
   

Bussoz (French distributor for Wurlitzer jukeboxes) – founded in 1898 by Pierre Bussoz (1872–1958)

Jukebox Musikbox Bussozphone
Bussophone
(1920)

Bussophone
(1936)

Phonolux
(1938)
Jukebox Musikbox Bussozphone
Bussophone 2
(1938-39)
Jukebox Musikbox Bussozphone
Bussophone
(year ?)
Jukebox Musikbox Bussozphone
Bussophone 3
(1942)

Phonolux
(year ?)
Jukebox Musikbox Bussozphone
Bussophone
(year ?)
Jukebox Musikbox Bussozphone
Bussoz
(year ?)
         

Cameca

 

CIFA    
C.A.M.E.C.A.:
Compagnie d'Applications Mécaniques à l'Eléctronique au Cinèmaet à  l''Atomistique
Cameca: Scopitone ST16 Jukebox Musikbox
Scopitone ST16
(1960)
Cameca: Scopitone ST16 Jukebox Musikbox
Scopitone ST36
(1962)
CIFA: Telebox Caravelle Jukebox Musikbox
Télébox
Caravelle
(1962)

Super-Caravelle
(1962)
   
Dapy Digoy          


(1991-92)

Teddy

(1956)
         
Electro-Kicker Ets. Marcel Dentzer (EMDE) / Eden-AMI
Bilder Jupiter-Modelle Lyric AMI Musikbox Jukebox
Lyric
(1960-61)
Conti 1 AMI Musikbox Jukebox Continental
Continental

(1960-61)

"Les Et-ts Dentzer-Eden concessionaire exclusif des licences de fabrication et de vente pour la France et L'Union Francaise, des élèctrophones automatiques de café des conception A.M.I. ont lancé dans leurs usines de Montreuil/Seine (13 bis, rue Rabelais) la fabrication et le montage en série des modèles Continental 200 et Lyric 100, sous la marque Eden-A.M.I." (AM 11/1960)

Havscomatic

Jeutel Jupiter Lacrampe Mapra Marchant

Havscomatic
(1955)


Compact 36 CD
(1995)
Bilder Jupiter-Modelle
Olympic
(1954)

Selectrophone
(1956)

Selectrophone
BM 120
(1958)
Bilder Marchant-Modelle

Matebois

Jukebox Musikbox Matedisque
Matedisque
(1955)
Jukebox Musikbox Matebois S80
E 40 D
(1956)

Cristal 40
(1956)
Jukebox Musikbox Matebois
?
(1957)
Jukebox Musikbox Matebois M88
M88
(1958)
Jukebox Musikbox Matebois S80
S80
(1958)
Jukebox Musikbox Matebois Presence 120
Présence 120
(1959)

Martina, Paris

Micro Music Murfield Musimatic    
Martina Melody
Melody
(1957)

Micro Music
(1960?)
Murfield P-40
P-40
(1957)

Musimatic


(1959)
     
R.M.T.I.

René Pierre, Ranchot, founded 1952


Café Gramophone

(1959)
René Pierre: Rhythm 80 Derby
Rhythm 80
(1955)
René Pierre:
P40
(1958)
René Pierre: Rubis 80
Rubis 80
(1960)

Société
René Pierre
   

René Wolff


Futurity 25
(1954)
Jukebox Musikbox Wolff Futurity
Futurity 48

(1957)

Futurity Magnetic 96
(1958)
       

SAREC, Paris

SEM: Sociéte Electrophones Météore, 8 rue de Montyon, Paris, France)


Cinematic
(1964)

Chantal
(1956)
Chantal Jukebox Musikbox
Chantal
(1959)
Chantal Cocktail Jukebox Musikbox
Chantal Cocktail

(year ?)
     

SFAFC

Jukebox Musikbox Troubadour
Troubadour

(1955)
Jukebox Musikbox SFAFC
L56

(1955?)
Jukebox Musikbox SFAFC
S56

(1956)
Jukebox Musikbox SFAFC
?
(year ?)
Jukebox Musikbox SFAFC
?

(year ?)
   

Salon de L'Automatic

SECEMAU/Stella

Sté Francaise

Sociéte International de Fonovision

Multiphone

(1957)

Stella

(1955)
Jukebox Musikbox Cinematic
Cinematic 
(1966)
Jukebox Musikbox Cinematic
Cinematic 50 
(1967)
Jukebox Musikbox Cinebox
Cinebox 
(1959)
Jukebox Musikbox Cinebox
Cinebox 
(1961)
Jukebox Musikbox Cinebox
Cinejukebox 
(1966)
Ste. S.M.A.M.E. Sté Musicmatic    


Century 120 
(1960?)

Musimatic 
(1957)

Musimatic 96
(1958)

Multiphone
(1958/59)
     

Video Kit

VOG

 
Jukebox Musikbox MAG II
MAG II
(year ?)

VOG:
Flash 555
(1956)
Jukebox Musikbox Baby Flash
Baby Flash
(1956)

VOG:
Flash Hi-Fi
(1958)
     

Unbekannt - Unknown - Inconnu


?
Jukebox Musikbox RP55
RP55
(1955)
Jukebox Musikbox Melodyne F
Melodyne F
(year?)
       

 

Griechenland - Greece - La Grèce

 

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Tecnophon

           
Conti 1 AMI Musikbox Jukebox Continental
Continental

(1960-61)
           

 

Italien - Italy - Italie 

 

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Automat Spiel / Pratogiochi Automat Via Della Romita, 57 – 50047 Prato

2304
(?)

Lyric M
(?)

Founded 1976, Automat Spiel became Wurlitzer's exclusive dealer in Italy. They distributed mainly Wurlitzer jukeboxes, but also other automats.
It seems that already before this date Wurlitzer mechanisms had been overhauled and installed into new resp. other cabinets. This is how the older models 2304 and Lyric M might have been born.
Probably some parts were modified by Automat Spiel itself, like title holders for example.

Chantal S.p.A. C.I.E. Davoli Deyola    
Chantal Cocktail Jukebox Musikbox
Chantal Cocktail

(1962)

Children's Box
(1953)
Davoli Jukebox Musikbox
Davoli
(1960s)
Davoli Jukebox Musikbox
Playbox
(ca. 1968)
Deyola Jukebox Musikbox
Deyola

(1953)
   
Europhon Express Game FIMI S.p.A.        
Europhon Fonojet Jukebox Musikbox
Fonojet

(1960s?)

Reflex Music
Machine
(1996?) 
FIMI Seletraphone Jukebox Musikbox
Selectrophon

(1960s?)
       
JCD

Reflex
(year ?) 

Sintesi
(2001) 

Nitens
(2001)

Mithos Dark
(2001)
JCD Draon's LairJukebox
Dragon's Lair
(2002)
JCD LollipopJukebox
Lollipop
(2004?)
JCD MNithos Jukebox
Mithos Touch
(2004?)
Kolumbus  

SPN
(1969)
           

Microtecnica Torino

 
Microtecnica AMI JDJ Jukebox Musikbox
JDJ 200
(1959)
Conti 1 AMI Musikbox Jukebox Continental
XJAA-200

(1960-61)
Conti 2 Microtecnica AMI XJBB Jukebox Musikbox
XJBB-200

(1962)
JCL-200 Microtecnica AMI Jukebox Musikbox
JCL 200

(1963)
     

New Make Fano - now G.R. Rondina

Notomat SpA., Livorno - contract in '59

Fiesta 65 New Make Jukebox Musikbox
Fiesta 65
(1965?)
  2304 Notomat Wurlitzer Jukebox Musikbox
2304

(1959)
2404 Notomat Wurlitzer Jukebox Musikbox
240
4
(1960)

June 1960: Notomat makes and sells Wurlitzer in Italy, importing only the record changer from the United Staes and building everything else in Livorno. Mario Nieri, a director of Notomat, states that Notomat plans to produce the complete jukebox in Italy in the near future. (Billboard 20.6.1960)
In fall 1962 Wurlitzer and Notomat agreed in producing models ins Italy under license (Billboard 17.11.1962), though several reports tell about producing under license already in 1960 and 1961.

PHB

       
Mignon Jukebox Musikbox
King

(year ?)
PHB Mignon Jukebox Musikbox
Phonobox JGEA Stereo S.80
(year ?)
Phonobar S80 Jukebox Musikbox
Phonobox S80

(year ?)
Phonobox S80 Jukebox Musikbox
Phonobox S80
Baby-Box

(year ?)
     

Phonovox

  Recordorama      

Jolly Joker PH500
12 CDs, Pioneer Changer System
(year: ?)
Phonovox PH900 PH800 Jukebox Musikbox
PH800 / PH900
(year ?)

Califiornia
Classic CD
(year: ?)
Recordorama Jukebox Musikbox
Recordorama
(mid 60's?)
     

Silvervox

Silvervox Jukebox Musikbox Mod. 58
Silvervox Mod. 58

(1958)
Silvervox Jukebox Musikbox
Silvervox

(1958)
Silvervox Jukebox Musikbox
Silvervox

(?)
Silvervox Jukebox Musikbox
Silvervox

(?)
Silvervox Jukebox Musikbox
Silvervox

(1959)
Silvervox Jukebox Musikbox
Silvervox

(year ~1961?)
Silvervox Jukebox Musikbox
Silvervox 63

(1963)
Silvervox Jukebox Musikbox
Silvervox 63

(1963)
Silvervox 100 Jukebox Musikbox
Silvervox 100

(year 1967?)
Silvervox 100 Wurlitzer Jukebox Musikbox
Silvervox 100

(year 1968?)

Silvervox 100
(year ?)

Silvervox 100 Wurlitzer Jukebox Musikbox
Silvervox

(1970)

Silvervox was located in Novara, Italy. The production was stopped at the beginning of the '70, when they decided to start a production of elevetors engines.
All production juke-boxes left over, were sent to Africa.
The mechanisms had been produced under license of Wurlitzer.

Soc. Int. Fonovision

 

       

Cinebox
(1959)
Jukebox Musikbox Cinebox
Société Intern.: Cinebox 
(year ?)
         

Unbekannt - Unknown - Inconnu


Black Magic
(1963)
Boxino Jukebox Musikbox
Boxino

(
1960's?)
Baby Box Jukebox Musikbox
Baby Box

(
year ?)
Baby Box Jukebox Musikbox
Baby Box

(
year ?)
Mignon Jukebox Musikbox
Little Box
(1963
)
Davoli Jukebox Musikbox
Davoli
(year ?)
helen Jukebox Musikbox
Helen

(
year ?)

 

Ehemaliges Jugoslawien  – Former Yugoslavia – Ancien Yougoslavie

 

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Finomehanika

Melodija 100A
Melodija 100A
(year: ?)
Melodija
Melodija 100S
(1973)
Melodija 100Z
Melodija 100z
(year: ?)
       

 

Malta (1960)     

 

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Malta Juke Box Company – distributor of Tonmaster, Diplomat and Bal-AMI juekboxes

Tonmaster
Tonmaster


Diplomat A

 BAL-AMI
Jukeboxes
       

 

Monaco

 

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Electronique & Mécanique SA - licencee of Tonomat jukeboxes; agent for AMI resp. Rowe jukeboxes

Telematic 100
Telematic 100

(1955)

Teleramic
Teleramic
 
(1960)

  
Black Magic
with Tonomat mechanism
(1960)
 
Electronic 160

(1964)
 
 
Electronic 160 II
 
(1965)
   

 

Niederlande - Netherlands - Les Pay Bas

 

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Jos van Osch

         
Osch Osca 2304 Jukebox Musikbox
Ocsa

(1959)

Osca 1963
(1963)
         

Ricatech – owner Richard Singh

OMT Elvis Presley Jukebox Musikbox Ricatech Wurlitzer One More Time
OMT- Elvis Presley
(2012)

Elvis weiß
(2014)

Elvis schwarz
(2014)

Jukebox Musikbox Ricatech Playboy Rock-Ola
Playboy
(2015)

Until 2012 cooperation with Deutsche Wurlitzer, Germany.
Since 2014 cooperation with Rock-Ola, owned by Glenn Streeter.

van der Heem

 

AMI models
under license
(1959)

 
   

 

     

 

Norwegen - Norway - Norvège

 

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Radionette

           
Radionette AF2
AF1 / AF2
(1965)
           

 

Österreich - Austria - Autriche

 

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Automatic Wien

Bergmann & Co
Automatic Wien 200 Tischfernwähler
200

(year ?)

Telematic 100
Telematic 100

(1957)

 Telematic 200 Automatic Wien
Telematic 200

(1957)

Austro-Diplomat 120
(1954)
Tonmaster
Tonmaster

(1956)

Austro-Diplomat 120B
(1957)
 

Faulhaber

Pandur Steinberger      
Musikus Musikbox Jukebox
Musikus

(year ?)
Musikus Musikboy Musikbox Jukebox
Super Musikboy 2

(ca. 1955)
Pandur Empire Musikbox Jukebox
Empire

(year ?)
Steinberger Graz Mignon Jukebox Musikbox
Mignon

(year ?)
     

TAB Austria (since 1962)

Max Fire Video Musikbox Jukebox TAB Austria
Max Fire

(2000-2006)
Max Fire Musikbox Jukebox TAB Austria
Max Fire II

(since 2006)
Max Fire Musikbox Jukebox TAB Austria
Max Fire HD

(since 2011)
Max Fire Musikbox Jukebox TAB Austria
Silverball Classic

(1996-2001)
Max Fire Musikbox Jukebox TAB Austria
Silverball Beetle

(1996-2001)
Max Fire Musikbox Jukebox TAB Austria
Silverball Pro

(2001-2005)
Max Fire Musikbox Jukebox TAB Austria
Silverball Beetle
(2001-2005)
Max Fire Musikbox Jukebox TAB Austria
Silverball Cosmo
  (since 2005)
Max Fire Musikbox Jukebox TAB Austria
Silverball Strato

(since 2005)

TAB Austria was founded by Siegfried Dattl as "Automaten Dattl" in Traun, Austria in 1962. They established as a distributor for jukeboxes, arcade games, pinballs etc. The first jukebox was imported in 1964. TAB Austria is still worldwide in business. They develop and produce by themselves to fulfill their customer needs. More details.

Telac Unbekannt
Telac 162 Fernwähler Jukebox Musikbox
T 162

(year ?)
Aster 80 Jukebox Musikbox
Aster 80

(year ?)
Aster 80 Jukebox Musikbox
Modell?

(year ?)
Aster 80 Jukebox Musikbox
Modell?

(year ?)
     

 

Polen - Poland - Pologne

 

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Unitra (1945 - 4/1992)                                                                                                                                             Photos of the former Unitra Building in 2014

Unitra Meloman Jukebox Musikbox
Meloman M110/120
(1964-68)

Meloman M121
(year ?)

Fonica M122
(1969)
Unitra Fonica M120M Jukebox Musikbox
Fonica M 120M
(1970)
Unitra Fonica M122 Jukebox Musikbox
Fonica M 122
(1972-1975)
Unitra Fonica M123 Jukebox Musikbox
Fonica M 123

(1974-76)

Fonica
History

(1 MB)

 

Schweden - Sweden - Suède

 

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Automateur


Automaat Grammofon
Tefifon
(1954)

Automaat Grammofon
Tefifon
(1954)
         

Edgren

Edgren 10A Jukebox Musikbox
10A
(1949-50)
Edgren 25B Jukebox Musikbox
25B
(1949-50)
Edgren E25 Jukebox Musikbox
E25
(1952)

TV Music 56
(1956)
 

Edition 100
(1956)
 

Royal Edition
(1957)
 

Ishammar


Diema
(1941-42)

Telex
(1941-42)

Penton
(1941-42)
       

 

Schweiz - Switzerland - Suisse

 

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Autronic AG

Derac SA

Gerinvex SA


Music Boy
Prototyp
(1952)
Autronic Music Boy Jukebox Musikbox
Music Boy
(1953-57)
Autronic Star-O-Mat Jukebox Musikbox
Star-O-Mat
(1957)
Chantal Jukebox Musikbox
Chantal
(1954-61)
Chantal Jukebox Musikbox
Chantal
(1960-61)
Chantal Jukebox Musikbox
Chantal
(1954-61)

Bilder Marchant-Modelle

Unbekannt - Unknown - Inconnu

Aster 80 Jukebox Musikbox
Seeburg

(?)

Seeburg

(?)
         

 

Spanien - Spain - Espagne 

 

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Gedasa (General Española de Automáticos, S.A.)

Gedasa was founded in 1957 with a huge capital of 6,500,000 pesetas. CEO was Don (Mr) Antonio Pedrol Rius, a prominent lawyer. He was dean of the school of Madrid and a senator, etc. Antonio Pedrol Luis studied law at the University of Zaragoza. In 1932 he joined the College of Madrid and practiced in the field of commercial law. In 1969 he was elected to the State Law Commission. In the same year he founded the Circle of Legal Studies in Madrid. He was elected Dean of the Bar Association of Madrid in 1973, a position he was re-elected to in 1979, 1984 and 1989. He was a key figure in advising King Juan Carlos I during the changeover to democracy after Franco's death. No less important was the Gedasa Chairman of the Board of Directors, Don (Mr) Pedro Nieto Antúnez, who was chief admiral in Franco's government. Pedro Nieto Antunez was a great personal confidant of Franco. (Information John S.)
Gedasa Sinfonola Jukebox Musikbox
Sinfonola 78 RPM
(1950s)
Gedasa Sinfonola 96 Jukebox Musikbox
Sinfonola 96
(1962-64)
Gedasa Embajador 100 Jukebox Musikbox
Embajador 100
(year 1964 ?)
Gedasa Sinfonola 100 Jukebox Musikbox
Sinfonola 100
(1969-71?)
 Gedasa Sinfonola 100 Jukebox Musikbox
Sinfonola 100
(1969-71?)
Gedasa Sinfonola 1000 Jukebox Musikbox
Sinfonola 1000
(1972-74)
Gedasa Sinfonola 1000 Jukebox Musikbox
Sinfonola 1000
(1973)
Gedasa Sinfonola 2000 Jukebox Musikbox
Sinfonola 2000
(1975?)
Gedasa Sinfonola 2000 Jukebox Musikbox
Sinfonola 2000D
(1976)
Gedasa Sinfonola 2000 Jukebox Musikbox
Antonio-Pedrol-Rius
 
Gedasa Sinfonola 2000 Jukebox Musikbox
El Almirante Pedro
Nieto Antúnez
     

Faramesa

Inder

Patterson

Unbekannt
Prestige 160C NSM Famaresa Prestige 160S Musikbox Jukebox
Prestige 160S

(1974-77?)
Prestige E160 NSM Musikbox Jukebox
Prestige E 160

(1976-79)
R.O. 480 Techna Rock-Ola Jukebox Musikbox
480 Techna
(1979-80)
Gedasa Sinfonola 2000 Jukebox Musikbox
Sinfonola 2000D
(1980)
Gedasa Sinfonola 2000 Jukebox Musikbox
Sinfonola 2000D
(1980)
Gedasa Sinfonola 2000 Jukebox Musikbox
T-30C
(years: ?)
Jukebox Musikbox
Modell: ?

(1964)

Patterson

           
Gedasa Sinfonola 2000 Jukebox Musikbox
T-30C
(years: ?)
           

Petaco S.A.

Petaco was incorporated in 1958. Petaco stands for Proyectos Electromecánicos de Tanteo y Color, Trade Name: Petaco, S.A.
Rennotte had already been trading in Belgium for some years. 9/1962: Rennotte wants to produce in Spain, too. In the beginning the mechs are being produced in Belgium and the cabinets in Spain. License partner: Petaco S.A., Spain. The license with the Spanish government was granted in 1962, permitted in Feb. 1963. Petaco introduced their first Spanish pinball in 1963 and the first jukebox followed soon.
Chairman of the board: Don Luis Zoreda Arribas   |   CEO: Don Adolfo Morilla Suarz   |   Secretary: Don Julio Marroquí Bartolomé.

Petaco Jukebox Musikbox
100
(1963-64)
Petaco Jukebox Musikbox
30S
(1964)
Petaco Jukebox Musikbox
Festival
(1965)
Petaco Rennotte Jukebox Musikbox
30B
(~1965)
Petaco Festival 232 Jukebox Musikbox
Festival 232
(~1968)
Petaco Festival 332 Jukebox Musikbox
Festival 332
(~1970)
Petaco 32S Jukebox Musikbox
32S
(
early 1970s?)
Petaco 32S Jukebox Musikbox
32S
(
early 1970s?)
PetacoJumbo-X Jukebox Musikbox
Jumbo-X
(~1972)

The other partners were: Don Juan Pedro Vanden Bergh, Don Celestino Zoreda Arribas, Doña Olimpia Rigabert Mompeo, and Don Juan Paredes Hernandez.
Juan Paredes († 1987) became the soul of Petaco which subsequently became REVI SA. The Director-General Juan Paredes took Petaco into the German market with the four player pinball CRITERIUM 75 under the brand EUROFLIP. This was in partnership with the German distributor LÖWEN and director José Benavides of the Spanish company RECEL.
(Information John S.)

Unbekannt

           
Jukebox Musikbox
Modell: ?

(1964)
           

 

Unbekannter Hersteller/Modelle   |   Unknown manufacturer/models   |   Fabricants/modèles inconnus

 

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Modell: ?

(1964)
IMA-AMI J80G Jukebox Musikbox
J80G

(year: ?)
Viola 160 Jukebox Musikbox
Viola 160
(year ?)

Viola 120
Jensen
(year: ?)
Viola 160 Jukebox Musikbox
Viola 160 Regis
(year ?)
CB 50 Jukebox Musikbox
CB 50
(year ?)
Aster 80 Jukebox Musikbox
Aster 80

(year ?)

Modell: ?
(year: ?)
Console de Luxe Jukebox Musikbox
Console de Luxe

(year ?)
Miniatur Jukebox Musikbox
Miniatur de Luxe

(1961?)
Jukebox Musikbox RP55
?: RP55
(1955)

?

RMTI?
Böhm Sachsenklang Minibox Jukebox Musikbox
Modell?
helen Jukebox Musikbox
Helen

(
year ?)
Jukebox Musikbox
(model, year: ?)

Single Rod

(year: ?)
 Heva Wavo Jukebox Musikbox radio
Heva
(year: ?)
Cassel BSR Monarch Jukebox Musikbox radio
Cassel
(year: ?)

Seeburg

(?)
Aster 80 Jukebox Musikbox
Seeburg

(?)

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

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