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Die folgenden Hersteller finden Sie in alphabetischer Reihenfolge:

The following manufacturers can be found in alphabetical order:

A.B.T.  |  ACME  |  Adview  |  Aireon  |  Alco Deree  |  Allegro Electronic  |  Ambassador  |  AMI/Rowe  |  Antique Apparatus  |  Aristocrat Cabinet  |  Art Cabinet Co. 
Atlas  |  Bally  |  Berman & Co.  |  Buckley  |  Burel  |  Cameron  |  Capehart  |  Capitol Music  |  Carson City  |  Central Stand  |  Cinematone  |  Centuri  |  Challenge
Charme  |  Chicago Coin  |  Chicago Simplex  |  Color Sonics  |  Commonwealth  |  Concert-Trope  |  Corcoran  |  Coverola  |  D. Robbins  |  David Rosen  |  Deca Disc
Denson Co.  |  Duncanson Bros  |  Encore Manufacturing  |  Entertainment Video Network  |  Evans  |  Exhibit  |  Filben  |  Gabel  |  Gerber & Glass  |  Golden Age
Hardray Inc.  |  Herbert Corp.  |  Holcombe&Hoke  |  Jacobs Novelty  |  Jersey Specialty Co  |   Jennings  |  Juke-Box Junior  |  Kass  |  Keeney  |  King Automatics
Kirk Electronic  |  Laser Video Network   |  Lindström  |  Link  |  Lockhart  |  Leathurby  |  Lumi-Chrome  |  Mape Distr.  |  Medill Electric  |  Melodie-Vendor  |  Midwest

Mills  |  Modern Music  |  Monarch  |  Musi-Matic  |  Nelson  |  Oxford Radio  |  Packard  |  Pantages  |  Personal Music  |  Phonette  |  Phonovision  |  Plymouth Radio

RCA  |  Regatta  Reifsnyder   |   Reproduco  |  Rhythm Air    |  Ristaucrat  |  Rock-Ola  |  Rosenfield  |  Schnabel  |  Scotto  |  Seeburg  |  Sentinel  |  Shell  |  Shyvers
Singing Towers  |  Solotone  |  Speedway   |   Stark Novelty    |  Tel-A-Sign    |  Telo-Music  |  Telotone  |  Texas NoveltyThayer  |  TouchTunes
United  |  United States Television  |  Universal Dispenser   |   Utone    |  Victor Talking Machine   |   Videograph   |   Vogue   |   Western Electric   |   W & B Novelty  
WICO   |   Williams   |   Wurlitzer   |  Unknown                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Copyright
A.B.T. Adview          
ABT Non Selective Wallbox
10 cent wallbox
(1939)
Adview Little Feller Coinbox
Little Feller
(Year: ?)
         

ACME Sales Co. New York


Wurlitzer 24
remodeled
(1940s)

Wurlitzer 412
remodeled
(1940s)

Wurlitzer 616
remodeled
(1940s)

Wurlitzer 600
remodeled
(1940s)

Seeburg Rex
remodeled
(1940s)

Tone-O-Matic
Cabinet for any kind of music machine
(1942)
 

Aireon Manufacturing Corporation
Aireon, founded as Aircraft Accessories in 1937, produced electronic and radio equipment during the war. In December of 1944 they were renamed to Aireon Manufacturing Corporation and entered the jukebox market in 1946. To do so the tooling began already in 1945. Within three years only they produced six models which were partially available with various features and in different colour combinations. After having major financial problems Aireon did close in early 1950.

Super DeLuxe Airliner Aireon Jukebox
1200A Airliner
Super DeLuxe

(1946/47)
Super DeLuxe Airliner Aireon Jukebox
400

(1947/48?)

1207 - Fiesta Standard
(1947)
Aireon 1207A Jukebox Musikbox
1207A
Fiesta DeLuxe

(1947)

1207A - Fiesta Deluxe Blonde Bombshell
(1947/48)

Super Deluxe
Golden Bell
(1948)
Aireon Coronet 400 Jukebox Musikbox
1209A
Coronet 400

(1948)
Aireon Coronet 500 Jukebox Musikbox
Coronet 500
with Tonar

(1949)
Aireon Impressario speaker Jukebox Musikbox
Impressario
(1946)
Aireon Carilleon speaker Jukebox Musikbox
Carilleon
(1946)
Aireon Melodeon speaker Jukebox Musikbox
1262A Melodeon (1946)
Aireon Solo speaker Jukebox Musikbox
Solo
(1946)
Aireon Trio speaker Jukebox Musikbox
Trio
(1946) 

Wallbox
(1948)
Aireon Melodeon speaker Jukebox Musikbox reord player
Record Player
(1946)
           

Alco Deree

Allegro Electr. Corp. Ambassador AMI/Rowe Antique Apparatus    

Alco Deree Music Box Wallbox Jukebox Musikbox
Alco Deree

(1949)

Seacoast Allegro Jukebox Musikbox
Jukette

(1954)
Ambassador
Ambassador
(late 40's)
Bilder AMI-Modelle Bilder Rock-Ola-Modelle    

Aristocrat Cabinet

Art Cabinet Sales Co., Ohio

Atlas

Aristocrat Cabinet Light-Up
Aristocrat Cabinet

(1942-43)
Wurlitzer 61 Cabinet Stand
Wurlitzer W61

 
Rock-Ola CM39 Cabinet Stand
Rock-Ola CM39

 

Atlas Festival
production for Trans-World Trading Corp.
(1955)
50 of "Ristaucrat" models (Ristau patents) for export but wasn't successful.
100 sel. jukebox

distr. by Trans-World Trading Corp.
(1958)
 

Baker Novelty Co.

Bally          

Baby Grand Light-Up Selector for W616
(1940)

Bally Enters Phonograph Filed Jukebox Musikbox
(1945)
 
         

Berman and Co, IND

berman Kleertone Cabinet Jukebox Musikbox
Model 100

(1942)

Hitone Cabinet with Wurlitzer 24 and Packard Adapter
(1943)

Organ-Speakers
Speaker-Organs
(1942-45)
Berman Kleertone Music Box Wallbox Jukebox Musikbox
Kleertone

(year: ?)
Berman Kleertone Music Box Wallbox Jukebox Musikbox
Kleertone 125

(1945)
Berman Kleertone Music Box Wallbox Jukebox Musikbox
Kleertone 130

(1/1946)
Berman Kleertone Music Box Wallbox Jukebox Musikbox
Kleertone 125A

(1946)
Berman Kleertone Music Box Wallbox Jukebox Musikbox
Kleertone 125A (?)

(1946)
           

Buckley Music

 

Burel

   
Buckley Music Box Wallbox Jukebox Musikbox
Music Box

(1939-50?)
Buckley Tone Tower Jukebox Musikbox
Music Box

(1942)
Buckley ZZephyr Speaker Cabinet Jukebox Musikbox

Zephyr Speaker
(1942)
  Burel Penny Seranader Jukebox Musikbox
Penny Seranader

(1938)
   
Cameron Capehart      
Burel Penny Seranader Jukebox Musikbox
Cameron

(1968)

Cameron - 4 Channel
(1971)
Bilder Capehart-Modelle        

Capitol Automatic Music Co., New York
Samuel Kresberg founded this company in late 1929. They distributed coin operated phonographs in the metropolitain area of New York after being in business for several years already (as Capitol Piano Co.). In 1928 Mr. Kresberg patented a 12 selection mechanism similar to Western Electric and Mills with a ferris wheel. Later in 1934 he developed and patented a 16 sel. mechanism similar to the Gabel mechanism with Programatic Dial. They marketed cut-down Gabel Entertainer models but did built also the Sweet Sixteen in 1934 (16 selections). Capitol Automatic Music Co. distributed Rock-Ola as well as Seeburg jukeboxes.

Gabel Entertainer Sweet 16 Capitol Music Jukebox Musikbox
Sweet 16
(1934-35)
Gabel Entertainer Capitol Music Jukebox Musikbox
Entertainer
(1935)
Gabel Entertainer Jukebox Musikbox
Entertainer
(1936)
Gabel Entertainer Jukebox Musikbox
Entertainer
(1936)
Gabel Entertainer Jukebox Musikbox
Entertainer
(1936/37)
Gabel Entertainer Jukebox Musikbox
Entertainer
(1936/37)
Capitol Music
History about Samuel Kresberg and William A. Goetz - by Gert Almind
Carson City
Carson City CC-Rider Jukebox Musikbox
CC-Rider
(1989/90)
Carson City Songbird Jukebox Musikbox
Songbird
(1989/90)
Carson City Country Classic Jukebox Musikbox
Country Classic
(1989/90)
Carson City Star Cruiser Jukebox Musikbox
Star Cruiser
(1990)
Carson City Juke Jock Jukebox Musikbox
Juke Jock
(?)
   
Central Stand Mfg. Co., Illinois
Wurlitzer 61 Cabinet Stand
Wurlitzer W61

(1939)
Wurlitzer 61 Cabinet Stand
Wurlitzer W61

(1939)
CM§9 Cabinet Stand
CM39

(1939)
Central Stand
CM39
(1939)
Central Stand
Tubular Stand
(1939)
Restyle Cabinet Stand
Restyled Cabinet

(1939)
Restyle Cabinet Stand
Restyled Cabinet

(1939)
Rock-Ola CM39 Cabinet Stand Wurlitzer 61
401

(1940)
Rock-Ola CM39 Cabinet Stand Wurlitzer 61
402
(1940)
Central Stand Drum Majorette Wurlitzer 71 Rock-Ola
Drum Majorette

(1940)
       

Centuri HIHL

Cinematone    
Centuri 2001 Symphomatic Jukebox Musikbox
Centuri 2001
(1981)
Wurlitzer 1050 NSM ES160 Jukebox Musikbox
1050
(early 1980s)
Trutone 904 Penny Phono Jukebox Musikbox Speaker
 
904 - Penny Phono (1939-40)
Cinematone Penny Phono Jukebox Musikbox Speaker
Penny Phono
(1939-40)
Cinematone Penny Phono Jukebox Musikbox Speaker
Penny Phono
(1941)
   

Challenge Ind.

Charme

Chicago Simplex        

Filben Challenge Jukebox Musikbox Juke Box Charme
Challenger 47

(1946)

Charme Universal Jukebox Musikbox Juke Box Charme
Charm

(1941/42?)

Wurlitzer 412 416 Musikbox Jukebox
412
(1938)
       

Chicago Coin

(1931 - 1977;
founded by Sam Gensburg and Sam Wolberg,  manufacturer of coin operated amusement games)


50-100:
Band Box Clowns
(1950)
Strike up the band speaker Chicago Coin Jukebox Musikbox
50-100: Strike Up The Band
(1950-51)
Strike up the band speaker Chicago Coin Jukebox Musikbox
Hit Parade
(1951)

52-100:
Play the Hit Tune of the Week (1952)
   
Color Sonics Inc.

Theatre-Jukebox 2600
(1966)
Jukebox Musikbox Color-Sonics Combo 152
Combo 152
(1966/67)
         

Commonwealth

Concert-Trope Mfg. Corcoran

Coverola

 

Organ-Lite
Speaker
(1946)
Concert-Trope  PhonographTalking Machine Jukebox Musikbox Juke Box Charme
Concert-Trope

(1931)

Light-Up
(1938)
Corcoran Jukebox Musikbox
Restyling Cabinet
(1938-39)

1939
Light-Up Grills Kit for Wurlitzer P-12, 412, 616, 616A
Coverola Jukebox Musikbox
Replacements
(1938)
 

D. Robbins & Co.

           
Jukebox Musikbox Robbins Double Phono
Double Phono 
(1940-41)
   

 

     

David Rosen Inc.

       
Jukebox Musikbox Cinebox
Cinebox 
(1959)
Jukebox Musikbox Cinebox
Cinebox 
(1961)
Jukebox Musikbox Cinebox Filmotheque Discotheque
Filmothèque 
(1965)

Jukebox Musikbox Cinebox
Cinejukebox 
(1966)

 

The Cinebox wasn't built by but introduced by David Rosen Inc. in the USA in Feb. 1963. He got the rights for the distributorship from the Italian manufacturer S.I.F.
David Rosen also distributed Rowe jukeboxes.

Deca Disc


Deca Disc
(~1924)

Creatone No. 29
(1930)

Deca Disc has the distinction to be the first record changer and the first drop changer produced. They do not seem to have been very successful, but the first Deca Disc was an acoustic machine (1 example known). Excess stock was fitted with a loudspeaker and amplifier by Ristau brothers’ Atlas Sales (2 examples known).The mechanism was also used in the 1928 Holkombe & Hoke Electramuse. We know from advertising that the company was around through the early 1930s.

Duncanson Bros - Denson Company

Dancing Fools
(1949)

Dancing Fool
(1949)

Coin Box

(?)
       
Encore Manufacturing Co., Cleveland, OH Entertainment Video Evans Exhibit    

Encore Wallbox
(1949)
Encore Music BarBox Wallbox Jukebox Musikbox
Encore Barbox

(1949)
Entertainment Video Network
Entertainment Video

(Year: ?)
Bilder Rock-Ola-Modelle Exhibit 1935 Coin Operated Phonograph
Phonograph

(1935)
   

Filben
William M. Filben (24.08.1892 - 01.05.1940) created the meachanism of the Maestro already in 1937, the patent was filed in 1937 and published in 3/1942 with his widow's name Berniece M. Filben. Filben itself died in 1940. The Maestro cabinet was produced at Batavia Metal Products Inc. in Illinois (parent company of Challenge) which Samuel Kresberg was deeply involved to; models of the Mirrocle line were produced in U.S. Challenge Co. in Chicago.

Filben FE 305 Maestro Jukebox Musikbox
FE305 – FP300 Maestro (1947-48)
Filben FE 305 Maestro Jukebox Musikbox
F8-300 Maestro (1947-48)
Filben Stow-A-Way Mirrocle Jukebox Musikbox Hideaway
Stow-A-Way
(1947-48)
Filben Mirrocle Jukebox Musikbox
Mirrocle
(1947-48)

Filben FE 305 Maestro Jukebox Musikbox
Teardrop
(1948)
Filben Rempte Control Maestro Jukebox Musikbox
Remote Control
(1948)
Capitol Music
History about Filben and Batavia
by Gert Almind

(1 MB)

Gabel

Gerber & Glass (Paul Gerber and Max Glass)

  Golden Age Co.  
Bilder Rock-Ola-Modelle
replacement cabinet with Packards heads-up selector push-buttons
(1940)
W 616 Wurlitzer Musikbox Jukebox
616
(1940's)
W 616 Wurlitzer Musikbox Jukebox
616
(1942)

61, 500, 600
replacement cabinets
(1942)
Golden Age Jukebox Co. Jukebox Musikbox
Classic
(Year: ?)
 

Hardray Inc.

Herbert Corp.          
Thayer Hardray Jukebox Musikbox Phonograph
Record Changer
(1932)
Mel-O-Tone Jukebox Musikbox
Mel-O-Tone
(1940)
         

Holcomb & Hoke Manufacturing Company - founded as a brush business in Lafayette, Indiana in 1896.


Electramuse
Prototype

(1928)

Electramuse
The Super-Tone

(1928)

Electramuse
Grand

(1928)

Electramuse
Auditorium

(1929)

Park
(1929)

Electramuse
Serenader

(1930)
 

Coin Box
(1928)

Electramuse
Coin Box

(1928)

Electramuse
Coin Box

(1928)

Electramuse
Coin Box

(1928)
  Information and videos of early record changer mechanism by Carsten Fischer

Electramuse record player

History of Holcomb & Hoke

Jacobs Novelty Co., Stevens Point, WI (owned by Louis Jacobs; bought out by his brother Paul Jacobs in Feb 1956)
Jacobs 616 Jukebox Musikbox
616 / 616A
(1939)
Jacobs R Jukebox Musikbox
R
(1940s)
Rock-Ola Jacobs restled cabinet Jukebox Musikbox
Rock-Ola
(1940s)
Jacopbs Encore Jukebox Musikbox
Encore
(1949)
     
Jersey Specialty Co.  

Jennings

  Juke-Box-Junior

Filmtone
(1940-42)
  Jennings Telephone Music System Jukebox Musikbox
Jennings
(~1940s)
Jennings Telephone Music System Jukebox Musikbox
Jennings
(~1944)
Jennings Telephone Music System Jukebox Musikbox
Jennings Wallbx
(~1944)
 
Juke-Box Junior
(1965)

Kass, Newark, N. J.

Keeney

 

 
W 616 Wurlitzer Musikbox Jukebox
616
(1939)
Keeney Organ Speaker Jukebox Musikbox
Organ Speaker
(1940)
Keeney Wallbox Jukebox Musikbox
Wallbox
(1940)
Keeney Wallbox Jukebox Musikbox
Wallbox
(1946?)
Keeney Wallbox Jukebox Musikbox
Wallbox
(1946?)
   

King Automatic

Kirk Electronic Mfg.      
King Jukebox Musikbox
Automatic
(1932)

Kirk-O-Matic
wallbox
(1957)

4-track tape cartridge jukebox
with wallboxes - ever produced in serie?
(1966)
       
Laser Video Network Lindstrom/ Philco Link, Binghamton, N.Y Lockhart Leathurby Lumi-Chrome
Laser Video Network
Laser Video

(Year: ?)
Bing Crosby Jr. Juke Jukebox Musikbox
Bing Crosby
Jr. Juke
(1948)
Link Autovox Jukebox Musikbox
Autovox
(1927)
Jennings Telephone Music System Jukebox Musikbox
Autovox
(1932)
 Lockart Jukebox Musikbox
?
(~ 1950)
Leathurby Wallbox Coinbox Jukebox Musikbox
Wallbox

(?)

Slip on cabinets
(1938-40)

Omaha, Nebraska

Mape Distr. Co.

 

   

Wallbox Covers
(1946)

E.T. Mape Distributing Mirro-Matic Music Box Jukebox Musikbox Speaker
Mirro-Matic
(1947-48)

   

 

   

Medill Electric Company – manufacturers of illuminated grille; Chicago

Medill Electric Illuminated Grille Rock-Ola Music Box Jukebox Musikbox
R.O. Rhythm King
(1939)

Medill Electric Illuminated Grille Rock-Ola Music Box Jukebox Musikbox
R.O. Imperial
(1939)

also available for phonographs models Rock-Ola Night Club, Regular, Rhythm Master, Rhythm King, Imperial
Wurlitzer P-10, P-30, 312, 412, 416, 616, 716
Mills Dance Master, Deluxe, Zephyr
Capehart Model 10, Model 20

Melodie-Vendor Corp.

Midwest

Mills
Ristaucrat Melodie Vendor Music Box Jukebox Musikbox Speaker
Melodie Vendor
(1964)

Ristaucrat Melodie Vendor Music Box Jukebox Musikbox Speaker
Melodie Vendor
(1965?)

Ristaucrat Melodie Vendor Music Box Jukebox Musikbox Speaker
Melodie Vendor
(1967)
Midwest Seeburg Wurlitzer Rock-Ola Music Box Jukebox Musikbox
Cabinet
(1940)
Midwest Seeburg Wurlitzer Rock-Ola Music Box Jukebox Musikbox
Stand
(1940)
Midwest Seeburg Wurlitzer Rock-Ola Music Box Jukebox Musikbox
Speaker
(1940)
Bilder Rock-Ola-Modelle

Modern Music

 

   


Grandeur
(1940)



Symphonette
(1941)



Wallette
(1940)
Magic Music Telephone Line Music System Music Box Jukebox Musikbox Speaker
Magic Music
(1941/42)

 

   

Monarch Tool & Manufacturing Company, Ohio

Monarch Wallbox Coinbox Jukebox Musikbox
Wallbox

(?)
Monarch Wallbox Coinbox Jukebox Musikbox
Coinbox

(?)
Monarch 522 Wallbox Coinbox Jukebox Musikbox
W-522

(?)
Monarch 532 Wallbox Coinbox Jukebox Musikbox
W-532

(?)
Monarch 551 Wallbox Coinbox Jukebox Musikbox
W-551/552

(?)
Monarch 600 Wallbox Coinbox Jukebox Musikbox
W-600

(?)
Monarch 700 Wallbox Coinbox Jukebox Musikbox
W-700

(?)

Musi-Matic Covers Co. Youngstown, Oio

Musi-Matic Covers V101 Wallbox
Visabox V101

(Year: ?)

 

 
     

Nelson

Laser Video Network
Maxx II

(Year: ?)

 

 
     

Oxford Radio Corporation

Oxford Radio Company Chromatrope
Chromatrope 400

(1929)

Oxford Radio Company Chromatrope
Chromatrope 450

(1929)

 
     

Packard

Packard Music          
Bilder Packard-Modelle Packard Music Corp. Seattle telephone Line Music Wallbox
 Telephone Music
(~ 1946)
         

Pantages

Pantages Jukebox Musikbox
Maestro- Choice
by Voice
(1940)
Pantages Jukebox Musikbox
Maestro- Choice
by Voice
(1940)
Pantages Jukebox Musikbox
Maestro
(1940)
Seeburg Symphonla Concert Maestro Jukebox Musikbox Juke Box
Concert Maestro
(1940)
Seeburg Symphonla Concert Maestro Jukebox Musikbox Juke Box
Colonel
(1940)
Pantages Maestro Melody Lane Jukebox Musikbox Juke Box
Melody Lane
(late 1940s)
 

Personal Music Inc.

Penny Serenade Jukebox Musikbox Speaker
C - Penny Serenade
(1945)
Melody Lane Jukebox Musikbox Speaker
D - Personal Music
(1945-46)
Melody Lane Jukebox Musikbox Speaker
F - Melody Lane
(1945-47)
Melody Lane Jukebox Musikbox Speaker Personailzed TV
Personalized TV
(year: 1946?)
     
Phonette Co. Phonovision Corp. Plymouth Radio & Phonograph Co.  


Measured Music
(year: ?)

Phonovision
(1940)

Phonovision
(1941)

Continuelle
(1930?)

Continuelle
(ca. 1931)
   
 
             

RCA - Victor Talking Machine Co.: in 1929 RCA aquired the "Victor Talking Machine Co." which had a subsidiary in Japan, too.


10-50
outfitted by after-market providers as a juke box
(<1927)

Automatic Orthophonic
(Year ?)

Coin Victrola
CE-29

(1932)
http://victor-victrola.com/Production Volumes.htm

Regatta

Reifsnyder

Reproduco Phonograph

Rhythm Air

 
Regatta VIP Music Box Jukebox Musikbox Speaker
VIP
(2001)
Regatta Sound Wave Music Box Jukebox Musikbox Speaker
Light Wave
(2001)
Regatta Sound Wave Music Box Jukebox Musikbox Speaker
Sound Wave
(2001)
Reifsnyder Music Box Jukebox Musikbox Speaker
Concertophone
(ca. 1931)
Reproduco Phonograph Music Box Jukebox Musikbox Speaker
Reproduco
(~ 1931)

Wired Music Telephone System
(1940)
 

Ristaucrat
Ristaucrat was founded in 1892 by G.W. Ristau (Gus) as an operating business: from the coin-in-a-slot-piano to the first operator for automatic phonographs (Regina phonograph). In 1929 they did produce the "Aristocrat". In 1935 they operated about 300 automatic phonographs. But during the Thirties due to the depressions they were forced to stop production. Their first mechanism  developped by Paul Smyth was sold to Rock-Ola. In the early Fifties they made a new attempt, but with no success. Ristaucrat was run by father Gus, his three sons Alfred, Harold and Arnold and his son-in-law. Models "Melodie Vendor" were produced by "Melodie-Vendor Corp. WIS".
Export by Trans-World Trading Corp.; head Joe Caldron who was as well head of the Ristaucrat export division.


A
(1931)

Table-Top
(1931)
Ristaucrat 45 Music Box Jukebox Musikbox Speaker
45 - Music Box

(1950)

Dial-O-Matic
(1950-54)
Ristaucrat 2020 Dial-O-Matic Music Box Jukebox Musikbox Speaker
2020
Dial-O-Matic

(1950-54)
Ristaucrat S 45 Jukebox Musikbox Speaker
S-45

(1951-54)

M400 - Hideaway
(1954)

Ristaucrat
(1957)
Ristaucrat 200M Music Box Jukebox Musikbox Speaker
200-M
(1964)
Ristaucrat Melodie Vendor Music Box Jukebox Musikbox Speaker
Melodie Vendor
(1964)

Ristaucrat Melodie Vendor Music Box Jukebox Musikbox Speaker
Melodie Vendor
(1965?)

Ristaucrat Melodie Vendor Music Box Jukebox Musikbox Speaker
Melodie Vendor
(1967)
>>> more info about Ristau

>>> and more info

Rock-Ola Rosenfield, N.Y.C. Schnabel

Sentinel Vision

     
Bilder Rock-Ola-Modelle Illustrated Song Machine Rosenfield
Illustrated Song Machine
(1906)

Coinbox
(~ 1940)

Telejuke
(1950s)
     

Scotto Music Company, Sacramento                                                                                                                                                            Factory Photos

Scotto Melody Master Music Box Jukebox Musikbox Speaker
Melody Master
(1948)

Music Master
(1948)

Remote Master
(1948)
Scotto Melody Master Music Box Jukebox Musikbox Speaker
Telephone Music
(1948)
Scotto Melody Master Music Box Jukebox Musikbox Speaker
Dixie-Club
(1948)
Scotto Melody Master Music Box Jukebox Musikbox Speaker
Moderne-Club
(1948)
Scotto Melody Master Music Box Jukebox Musikbox Speaker
Vans
(1948)
Seeburg Shell Electr.

Shyvers Co.,  Seattle

Bilder Seeburg-Modelle  Junior Juke Jukebox Musikbox Speaker
Jr. Juke
(1960)
Shyvers Music-Phone Jukebox Musikbox Speaker Wallbox
Music-Phone
Shyvers Multiphone Jukebox Musikbox Speaker Wallbox
Multiphone

Shyvers Multiphone Jukebox Musikbox Speaker
Multiphone
Speaker
Steamline Wallbox Coinbox Jukebox Musikbox
Streamline

(1939?)
AMI Musikbox Jukebox Singing Tower HB 302
Singing
Tower HB 302

(1940)

 

     
AMI Musikbox Jukebox Singing Tower HB 302
Singing
Tower HB 302

(1940)
AMI ROWE Jukebox Musikbox Lautsprecher Speaker Remote
Remote Sel. Speaker
(1940)
AMI ROWE Jukebox Musikbox Lautsprecher Speaker Remote
Remote Sel. Speaker
(1940)
AMI ROWE Jukebox Musikbox Lautsprecher Speaker Remote
Remote Sel. Speaker
(1940)
AMI ROWE Jukebox Musikbox Lautsprecher Speaker Remote
Remote Sel. Speaker
(1940)
AMI ROWE Jukebox Musikbox Lautsprecher Speaker Remote
Remote Sel. Speaker
(1940)
 
Solotone  

Speaker/Radio
(1946)

replacement
cabinets
(1946)
Solotone Jukebox Musikbox
Entertainer
(1946)
Solotone Jukebox Musikbox Wallbox
Entertainer
(1947)
Solotone Jukebox Musikbox
Master Entertainer
(1948)
Solotone Jukebox Musikbox
Entertainer
(1948)
 
Soundmaster

Speedway

       

 

Soundmaster wallbox for Jukebox
Wallbox
(1946)

Tele Juke

(1947)
         
Stark Novelty Company – restyling manufacturer; Canton, Ohio
W 616 Wurlitzer Musikbox Jukebox
616
(late 30s?)
Wurlitzer 412 Musikbox Jukebox
412
(1938?)
W 616 Wurlitzer Musikbox Jukebox
616
(1938)
Stark Novelty Co. Mills Zephyr Musikbox Jukebox
Rock-Ola Regular
(1938?)
Stark Novelty Co. Mills Zephyr Musikbox Jukebox
Mills Zephyr
(1938?)
Stark Novelty Co. Regular Musikbox Jukebox
Rock-Ola Regular
(1938?)
Stark Novelty Co. Imperial Musikbox Jukebox
Rock-Ola Imperial
(1938?)
Stark Novelty Co. Rhythm King Musikbox Jukebox
R.O. Rhythm King
(1938?)
Stark Novelty Co. Seeburg Musikbox Jukebox
Seeburg H
(1938?)
Stark Novelty Co. Wurlitzer Musikbox Jukebox
Wurlitzer 416
(1940)
Stark Novelty Co. Wurlitzer Musikbox Jukebox
Wurlitzer 412
(1940)
Stark Novelty Co. Wurlitzer Musikbox Jukebox
Wurlitzer 616-D
(1940)
Stark Novelty Co. Wurlitzer Musikbox Jukebox
Wurlitzer 616-C
(1940)
Stark Novelty Co. Rock-Ola Musikbox Jukebox
R.O. Rhythm Master
(1940)
Stark Novelty Co. Seeburg Musikbox Jukebox
Seeburg DeLuxe
(1940)
Stark Jukebox Musikbox Counter Stand
Stand for counter
(1940s)
Wurlitzer Stark Aftermarket Musikbox Jukebox
Wurlitzer
(?)
Stark Novelty Co. Mills Do-Re-Mi Musikbox Jukebox
Mills Do-Re-Mi
(1940)
Stark Novelty Co. Wurlitzer Musikbox Jukebox
Wurlitzer 616
(1940-42)

Wurlitzer 312
(1940)

Wurlitzer P12
(1940)


Wurlitzer 24A
(1940)
 

Wurlitzer 312
(1940)

Wurlitzer P12
(1940)
       

Tel-A-Sign

Telo-Music Telotone Corp.

Texas Novelty Co.

Thayer  

Scopitone
(1965)

Telo-Music
(1939/40)

Musicale
(1946)
Humphreys Jukebox Musikbox
Humphrey
(1940)
Thayer Jukebox Musikbox
Phonograph
(1932)

Console Model(1932)
 

TouchTunes - formerly known as "Technical Maintenance Corporation", founded in 1998 in Montreal, Quebec; Headquarter in NYC.


Genesis
(2001)
TouchTunes Rhapsody Internet Digital Jukebox Musikbox
Rhapsody
(2005?)

Maestro
(2005)

Allegro MX-1
(2006)

Ovation
(2009?)

Rhapsody
(2009?)
TouchTunes Allegro MX-1 Internet Digital Jukebox Musikbox
Allegro MX-1v
(2009)

Maestro II
(2009)

Virtuo
(2011 - 2014)
TouchTunes Ovation II Internet Digital Jukebox Musikbox
Ovation II
(2012)

Playdium
(2014)

TouchTunes Mobile
- Accessory -

Tanjarine
- Accessory -
 

Videograph

         

Videograph "100"

(1947)

FL300
(1948)
         
United Universal Dispenser Co. Utone

UST

     
Bilder Seeburg-Modelle Penni-Tone Jukebox Musikbox Speaker
Penni-Tone
(?)
Utone Jukebox Musikbox Speaker
Utone

(?)

Tele-Symphonic
(1947)
     

Western Electric Piano Company, 429 West Superior Street, Chicago                                                                      >>> History of Western Electric (1 MB)
Western Electric Piano Co. was founded in 1924 by Axel F. Larson, Byron C. Waters and Russell I. Wilcox. Justus P. Seeburg bought a controlling part of the company very soon. The company went bankrupt in 1933 due to the difficult times for the whole mechanical music instrument business after the Wallstreet Crash in 1929.


Electraphone
Prototype
(1926)
Western Electric Selectraphone Jukebox Musikbox Speaker
Selectraphone

(1927)
Western Electric Selectraphone Jukebox Musikbox Speaker
Selectraphone

(1927)
Western Electric Selectraphone Jukebox Musikbox Speaker
Selectraphone
with radio
(1927)
Western Electric Autophone Jukebox Musikbox Speaker
Autophone

(~1927?)

Western Electric Junior Jukebox Musikbox Speaker
Junior
Mechanic Dynamic
( ~1927)

Western Electric Junior Jukebox Musikbox Speaker Mechanic-dynamic
Mechanic
Dynamic

(~ 1927; 1930)
Western Electric Junior Jukebox Musikbox Speaker Mechanic-dynamic
Model 90
Mechanic Dynamic

(1931)
Western Electric Phonograph Jukebox Musikbox Speaker
Phonograph
(year: ?)
         

W&B Novelty Co., St. Louis, MO.


Seeburg Symphonolas Models A, C, D,
Wurlitzer P-12
(1937)
W&B Novelty Seeburg Symphonola B
Symphonola B
(~1937)
Wurlitzer 416
416
(~1937)

W&B Novelty
416
(~1937)


also with Seeburg Rex, Royal, Gem and Regal
(1943)

W&B Novelty, located in Grand Blvd. Co., St. Louis, MO. reconditioned used jukeboxes like early Wurlitzer and Seeburgs at least until 1943.
They moved to
1012 Market Street in St. Louis in 1946 and became Seeburg distributor probably about the same time.

WICO

     
Stereo Conversion Kits
AMI D – I
(1959)

Rock-Ola 1475
(1961)
Stereo Conversion Kits
R.O. 1442 – 1465
(1959)
       

Seeburg B – R
(1967)

Seeburg
V/VL 200

Seeburg V/VL200
(1961-72)

Seeburg V/VL/KD
(1961)

Seeburg V/VL/KD
(1961)

Seeburg V/VL/KD
(1961)

Seeburg
V/VL200

Seeburg V/VL200
(1967)

3W1
(1962-67?)
Stereo Conversion Kits
Seeburg A – 201
(1959)
       

W1700 - 1800
(1963-64)

W1800
(1963-64)

W1900-2104
(1963-64)

W2000-2100
(1961)

W 2100
(1961)
Stereo Conversion Kits
W1600 – 2250
(1959)
 

Williams Mfg. Corp.

Wurlitzer    

Williams Mfg. Corp. was founded in 1946 by Harry Williams; leading company for pinballs and novelty machines; aquired by Sam Stern in 1959 and by Seeburg in 1964.

Williams Music Mite Jukebox Musikbox Speaker
 
Music Mite
(1951)

Williams Music Mite Jukebox Musikbox Speaker
 
Music Mite
(1951)

Voice-O-Graph

(1960)
Bilder Wurlitzer-Modelle    

Unknown US Manufacturer


Penny Music
Rock-Ola Jukebox Musikbox
Rock-Ola Series B
Gabel Light-Up Jukebox Musikbox
Gabel

VideoDisc
Rock-Ola Jukebox Musikbox
Aftermarket
 Wurlitzer 412 Musikbox Jukebox
412
Wurlitzer 412 Musikbox Jukebox
412

Dayton ?

Seeburg
         

 

Vermutlich nie produzierte Modelle – Jukeboxes probably  never produced

Vogue
           

 

Unbekanntes Zubehör - Unknown Accessories - Accessoires  Inconnus

?
Wallbox
Wallbox

(?)
       


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