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Evans USA
The H.C. Evans & Company, Chicago, was founded in 1892 by Edwin C. Hood, incorporated in 1907. Their first productions were for carnival and fair fields, followed by coin-operated games. In 1948 they acquired the Mills phonograph division and entered the jukebox field with model Constellation.
In 1955 the entire phonograph of H.C. Evans division was sold to José Tabachnik and Abraham Griensberg of Mexico City. Price: US$200,000. The sale included all phonograph tools, dies, patents, rights etc.                                                                                                                                                                    
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Musikboxen - Jukeboxes


Gambling Machine
(1938)

950
(1949)

951
(1950)

Constellation
 
(1950)

135 Constellation
(1951)

278 Jubilee

(1952)

245 Jubilee

(1952)

2045 Century
(1952)

Holiday
(1954)

445 – Jewel
(1954)
       

Evans Mexico - Fonografos Automaticos Evans S.A.

Musikboxen - Jukeboxes


Monaco
(?)

Maya
(1955)

5000 – Azteca
(?)

Bonampak
(year: ?)
     




Mills Novelty Co.
The Mills company, located in Chicago, famously known for their slot machines, was founded as the M.B.M. Cigar Vending Machine Co. by Mortimer Birdsul Mills in 1891. In 1887 The Owl, a mechanical slot machine was introduced and became a great success.
In 1889 Mortimer sold part of his company to his son Herbert S. Mills and
the company was renamed to Mills Novelty Co. They began to produce coin operated machines like electric pianos and the first self-playing violin with piano: the Violano-Virtuoso.  In 1928 their first coin operated phonograph was introduced, the Hi-Boy.
Another remarkable step had been the movie showing phonograph Panoram which was followed by the Sonovision a few years later. Mills sold their phonograph device to Evans after being in serious financial depth in 1948. Today the date of foundation is often given as 1889.                                                               
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Münzbetätigte Phonographen – coin operated phonographs


Automatic Phonograph
(1912)

Fortune Teller Phonograph
(1912)

New Automatic Phonograph
(1912)

New Automatic Phonograph
(1912)
     

Musikboxen - Jukeboxes


800
(1928)

801 - Hi-Boy
(1928)

802
(1928)

810
Troubadour

(1930)

811
Troubadour

(1930)

814
Troubadour

(1930-34)

864
Troubadour

(1930-34)

865
Troubadour

(1930-34)

870
Troubadour

(1930-34)

870
Troubadour

(1930-34)

871
Troubadour

(1930-34)

875
Troubadour

(1931-34)

876
Dance Master
green/silver
1 coin
(1935)

877
Dance Master
black/silver
1 coin
(1935)

878
Dance Master
open color
1 coin
(1935)

879 Dance Master
green/silver, 3 coin
(1935)

880
Dance Master
black/silver
3 coin
(1935)

881
Dance Master
open color
3 coin
(1935)

885
De Luxe
Dance Master
one coin
(1935)

886 DeLuxe
Dance Master

three coin
(1935)

888
Do Re Mi
twin speaker
one coin
(1935)

889 - Do-Re-Mi
(1936)

890
Radio coin box

891 - Studio

(1937)

892 - Studio
(1937)

893
Swing King
blue/silver, one coin

894
Swing King
natural finish, one coin

895 - Swing King

(1937)

896
Swing King
natural finish
one coin

898
Swing King

(1937)

873 - Zephyr
(1937/38)

874 Zephyr
one coin,
record counter
(1938)

807 Zephyr
(1938)

900 - Zephyr
(1938)

900L - Zephyr
(1938)

901 New Zephyr
one coin,
record counter
(1938)

902 Can. Zephyr
25 cy., two coin,
Lucite bar
(1938)

902L Can. Zephyr
25 cy., two coin,
illuminated grill(1938)

903 Can. Zephyr
(1938)

903L Can. Zephyr
60 cy., two coin,
illuminated grill(1938)

Throne of Music
(1939-40)

Throne of Music
(1939-40)

Empress
(1940-41)

Throne of Music
(1941)

Panoram
(1940-42)

Panoram
(1940-42)

Sono-Vision
(1945)

950
Constellation
(Blue)
(1947)

951 Constellation
(1947)

951W
(1948)
           

Fernwähler - wallboxes


Wallbox
(1930)

Wallbox
(1931)

Wallbox
(1930s)

20 selection Wallbox
(1939)

Panoram
(1940-42)

Stroller
(?)
 

Lautsprecher - speaker


549
(1930)

550
(1930)

550
(1930)

1100, 1101, 1102
(1930)

1103, 1104, 1105
(1930)

1106, 1107, 1108
(1930)

1109, 1110,  1111
(1930)

1112, 1113
(1930)

1114, 1115
(1930)

1116, 1117
(1930)

1118
(1930)

1119
(1930)

1121, 1122, 1123
(1930)

Extra Speaker
(1935)

Remote
Speaker
(1947)
           

Aftermarket

Mills Aftermarket Cabinet
Aftermarket

(?)
           
 

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