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Argentinische Musikboxen – Argentine Jukeboxes

Aconcagua

         

Multi Record Player
(year: ~1959)
           
 

Australische Musikboxen – Australian Jukeboxes
Australian Jukebox History by Peter Greenaway:
The first Jukebox imported to Australia was imported by Jack Rooklyn from Sydney in 1938 Wurlitzer model 600. The Australian agents for Wurlitzer were Sutton’s the piano people in 1939.
Mr Reg Sutherland had a dispute with Sutton’s in 1939 and imported one new and one second hand Wurlitzer 600 in 1939. A man named William Beale (Beale's Electrical) had a close association with Wurlitzer USA and imported Wurlitzer 500, 600, and model 61 and he and Sutherland were good friends.
At the same time Mr Sutherland found out that RCA Photo-Phone Co. of Australia who were a wholly owned subsidiary of RCA America were also dealing Wurlitzer.
Mr Sutherland then made a deal with RCA America and started importing Wurlitzer himself but then the WW2 created import restrictions and that’s when Sutherland and Greenaway decided to manufacture their own machines, originally copied from Wurlitzer 600. The imported machines cost 230 pounds AU which is about $500.
Also in Australia two American gentlemen named Graves and Mariposa manufactured “Skillball” in Australia
Another Aussie named Arthur Warren manufactured Pinball machines and his Company was known as ”Poolitte” and was located in Sturt St South Melbourne. He manufactured the first electric machines that offered cash prizes.

Amarda Automatic


L
(year: ?)

Located in Syndney, is a (former) Rowe importer, still in business with jukebox operation. Produced some aftermaket models

         

BAL-AMI


F-80
(1954)

G-120
(1955)
         

Fraser & Hoskings

Goddard Novelty Insound Systems        

Tabletop
(1953)
R.O. 433 Rock-Ola Jukebox Musikbox GP Imerial
433 GP Imperial
(1966-67)

Illuminator
(?)
       

National Instruments Pty. Ltd, Kogarah (Sydney) NSW   •••   license agreement Paul Hunger / J.H. Larkin in autumn 1958, factory closed in 1973

AMI National Instruments Musikbox Jukebox G-80
G-80
(1958)
AMI Musikbox Jukebox G200 G-200 G 200
G-200
(1958)

AMI JDK200
AMI JJK200
(1960)
Conti 1 AMI Musikbox Jukebox Continental
Continental

(1960-61)
Conti 2 AMI Musikbox Jukebox Continental 2
Continental 2

(1962)

The Australian made Models can be identified by the word "National" written through the middle of the large "AMI" lettering on the badges (see the horn badge on the G-80, and also the mechanism manufacturers plate, and the compliance plate on the back of the jukebox cabinet.  Note that later machines like MM2, 3, 4 series didn't have this on the badges but did still have it on the compliance plate on the rear.
All machines are manufactured for 240v 50HZ and use Australian Made Transformers (Ferguson brand), Lamp ballasts (MSP or Ferguson), speakers (MSP) and BSR turntable motors. Relays and many components were made here also.  They still use the US 2 pin style mains plugs internally however.

JAL JEL AMI Musikbox Jukebox
JEL-200A
(1963)
JBM Tropicana AMI Musikbox Jukebox
JBM Topicana
(1964)
Diplomat JAN AMI Musikbox Jukebox National Instruments
JAN Diplomat

(1965)
MM1 Music Merchant AMI Musikbox Jukebox
MM1
Music Merchant
(1967)
MM2 AMI Musikbox Jukebox National Instruments
MM2
Music Master
(1968)
AMI Musikbox Jukebox Cadette de Luxe CMM-1
CMM-1
Cadette deLuxe

(1968)
MM3 AMI Musikbox Jukebox National Instruments
MM3
Music Miracle

(1969)
MM4 AMI Musikbox Jukebox National Instruments
MM4

(1970)
Cadette AMI Musikbox Jukebox National Instruments
CMM4
Cadette

(1971)
 

Wilding & Porter


Musicola M12/10
(1949?)

Musicola M12/10B
(1951)

Musicola
M12/10C
(1954)

Musicola M12/10C
(1955)

Musicola E40/10
(1956)

Founded in 1949 by Wilding & Porter and located in Melbourne. Closed in 1963.


Australian's designed and made jukebox


Musicola F100
(1959)

Musicola V100 MkII
(1959?)
     

Wurlitzer Autom. Phonograph Co.  of Aust. Pty. Ltd. / Sutherland and Greenaway, 447 Elizabeth St., Melbourne


20 Selection
(1950)
Wurlitzer 600 600 Musikbox Jukebox
600
(1950-52)
Wurlitzer S Musikbox Jukebox
S
(1952)
W2400 2410 2404 Wurlitzer Musikbox Jukebox
2400S

(
1960)
     

Unknown


Aristocrat

(year: ?)

unknown

(1958/59 ?)
         
 

Japan Musikboxen – Jukeboxes

Columbia


JB-601
(1967?)

JB-603

JB-620
(1971)

JB-650

JB-650S

JB-670

JB-680
(1973 ?)

JB-690
           

Daigo


Daigo
(1960s)

Daigo
(1970s)

Daigo
(1970s)
       

Funai

           

A102B
(year: 1972)
           

Hitachi Co Ltd.

 

         

World Stereo Juke
(year: ?)
           

Japan Victor Company (JVC) - Victor Company Japan

Jukebox Victor RCA JB-5000
JB-5000

(1964)
Jukebox Victor RCA JB-8000
JB-8000

(1966)
Jukebox Victor RCA JB-8800B
JB-8000B
Musetta

(1967)
Jukebox Victor RCA STD-2000
STD-2000

(1967?)
Jukebox Victor RCA JB-1800
JB-1800
Matilda

(1968)

JVC was founded in Yokohama as a subsidiary of the US company "Victor Talking Machine Co." in 1927. In 1929 RCA aquired the "Victor Talking Machine Co." which included the majority ownership of JVC and the name "RCA-Victor" was introduced. JVC was intended to produce and market phonographs in Japan. To make this more attractive a minority was sold to Mitsubishi and Sumitomo financial groups. After several crisis due to war with China and WW2 RCA sold step by step JVC to Japan companies. JVC invented the first stereo 45 rpm record in 1957.
In 1964 JVC started to produce their own jukeboxes, and in 1966 they imported the Gerinvex Discomatic mechanism for use in their own cabinets.

Jukebox Victor RCA JB-3800C Leonore
JB-3800
Leonore

(1968)
Jukebox Victor RCA JB-8000C Amelia
JB-8000C
Amelia

(1969)
Jukebox Victor RCA JB-1810
JB-1810
Matilda

(1969)
Jukebox Victor RCA JB-2800
JB-2800
Rosamunde

(1969)
Jukebox Victor PHO-80
PHO-80
Photono 80

(1969)
Jukebox Victor RCA JRR-1000 matilda
RR-1000 Matilda
(1970 ?)

JB-777
(1970 ?)

JB-1810C
(1972)
Jukebox Victor RCA JB-3100
JB-3100
(1973)
Jukebox Victor RCA JB-7100
JB-7100
(1973)

JB-1200
(1973)
Jukebox Victor TH-7030
TH-7030
(year 1973? )
Jukebox Victor RCA JB-3200
JB-3200
(1974)
Jukebox Victor RCA JB-3200B
JB-3200B
(1974)
Jukebox Victor RCA JB-7200
JB-7200
(~ 1974)

JB-1200B
(~ 1974)
Jukebox Victor RCA JB-7200B
JB-7200B
(1976)
Jukebox Victor RCA JB-3030
JB-3030
(1977)
Jukebox Victor RCA JB-1200C
JB-1200C
(1977)
Jukebox Victor RCA JB-5050
JB-5050
(1977)
Jukebox Victor RCA STD-2020
STD-2020
(year ?)
Jukebox Victor Bandwagon BW-1
Bandwagon BW-1
(year: ?)
Jukebox Victor PHO-880
PHO-880
(year: ?)
     

Matsushita Trading Company (today Panasonic)


Distributor for  Jukeboxes by Deutsche Wurlitzer
 
     

 

   

Pioneer


Laser Juke


(1988-90)

LaserJuke


(1988-90)

Laser Disc Juke
LJ-V10
(1989 ?)

Laser CD Juke
CJ-V50

(1990)

Laser CD Juke
CJ-V51

(1990?)

Laser CD Juke
CJ-V55

(1990)

Video Disc Juke
LJ-V66

(1990)

Laser CD Juke
CJ-V99

(year: ?)

MHG Phoenix
Wallbox
(1990)
         

SEGA - Nihon Goraku Bussan Co., Ltd - renamed to SEGA Corp. in 1965


Sega 1000 Jukebox
Sega 1000

(1960)
 
Capitol Music
SeGa

1951: Service Games by American Richard D. Stewart Jr. moved from Hawaii to Tokio and operated mainly Rock-Ola jukeboxes.
1960: Within Service Games "Nihon Goraku Bussan Co., Ltd" (marketing) and "Nihon Kikai Seizo Co., Ltd" (production) established and SEGA 1000, Japan's first domestically-made jukebox, produced
1964: Nihon Goraku Bussan Co., Ltd merged with Nihon Kikai Seizo Co., Ltd.; Commercial arcade machine production enterprise begins
1965: Merged with Rosen Enterprises, Ltd.; Commercial arcade operations begins; Name changed to SEGA Enterprises, Ltd.
Next to Rock-Ola also Jupiter jukeboxes were operated in the1960s.

Taito Trading Co., Ltd., Tokyo

Taito J40
J-40
(1956)

AMI 120
(1957)

Seeburg SX100
with Karaoke

Seeburg SB100
with Karaoke

1953: Founded by Ukraine-Jewish Michael Kogan. Established in Minato-Ku, Japan. Sale of imported sundries, brewing and sales of Japan's first vodka "Troika", vending machines (peanut vendors) get produced and sold.
1954: Starts jukeboxes leasing and rental operation and selling video game consoles.
1956: Develops jukebox "Juke 40" first entirely manufactured in Japan. But it broke down frequently and was unprofitable in terms of cost. So this was given up and one concentrated on amusement games and pinballs brought by the US forces became popular.
1961: Opens the first large amusement space under "Taito" trading.
1962: Becomes exclusive sales agent and distributor of Seeburg jukeboxes in Japan.
Late 1970s: Introduction of Karaoke system with NSM and Seeburg jukeboxes. https://www.taito.co.jp/70th/history


NSM Hit 120B
with Karaoke
Mardi Gras STD4 STD 4 STD160 Vogue STD 160 Seeburg Jukebox Musikbox Juke Box
Seeburg STD4

RVC
(1970s)
DEC-1 DEC1 Seeburg Jukebox Musikbox Fernwähler Wallbox
DEC1

(1970)

Tsugami - licensée of Rowe International since 1962; President: Kenzo Tsugami


T-J100A

(1962)

T-JK-100AA
(1968)

T-JK-200AA
(1968)

Tsugami was established in Nagaoka-shi, Niigata prefecture, in 1937. They had developped a block gauge and produced precision machines and toolings.
The entered the jukebox market in the 1960s, first as a licensee of Rowe/AMI and then they produced jukeboxes also in Japan. Sp far we know of the shown resp. listed three models only.
In 2024, Tsugami is still a woldwide operating company for precision machine tools.

 

Kanada Musikboxen – Canada Jukeboxes

AMI

AMI Wallbox
Wallbox
(~ 1940)
           

Fielding

fiedling Aftermarket jukebox mayfair 950 Wurlitzer Seeburg
 Fielding
(year: ?)
fiedling Aftermarket jukebox mayfair 950 Wurlitzer Seeburg
 Fielding
(year: ?)
fiedling Aftermarket jukebox mayfair 950 Wurlitzer Seeburg
 Envoy
(year: ?)

The company was founded by William George (Bill) Fielding (1900 - 1954) somewhen in the 1930s. He began with bell machines but changed to jukeboxes and arcade games after the declaration of illegibility. Fielding distributed Seeburg until WW2. Since then he distributed AMI through his company "Toronto Trading Post Ltd" in 736 Yonge Street, Toronto. In general due to a variety of interest, he owned restaurants, hotels, penny arcades, and bowling alleys. He was known to be a shrewd trader. It is said he once traded a music machine for a cow - he also owned two farms at Harrow, Ontario.
His widow Rose Fielding continued the business after Bill passed away. But she passed away only a year later, in 1955, and the company was continued by their son Donald.

Laniels Amusement Exchange, 1807-15 Notre Dame West, Montreal


Mentioned in BB 1/5/1941 that cabinets shall be produced locally
The embargo affects the importing of complete equipment only, not parts, which may still be brought into the country. Plan of this distributor is to turnout one phonograph model and several of the latest design pin games.
BB 1/5/1941, page 94.

Distributor for Rock-Ola and Williams in the 1950s.
Sub-distributor of Baldwin Distributing Co, Canada, for Seeburg and AMI in the 1950s.

McLagan

P&P Amusement          
McLagan Phonograph 1926 Jukebox Musikbox Kanada Canada
 Phonograph
(1926)
Wurlitzer Speaker Musikbox Jukebox
W5100 Style
(year: ?)
         

RCA Victor Company Ltd., Montreal, Quebec: Wurlitzer factory in Canada

Wurlitzer 24C Musikbox Jukebox
24C

(1938)
Wurlitzer 700 Musikbox Jukebox
700C

(1940)
W800C Wurlitzer Musikbox Jukebox
800C

(
1941)
W 750 Wurlitzer 750 E Musikbox Jukebox
750C
(1941)
W 950 Wurlitzer Musikbox Jukebox Gazelle
950C
(1942)
   

Sheils, Toronto

Sheils Seeburg 3W1 Conversion Canada
 3W1
(1965)
Wurlitzer 5207 Conversion Canada
 5207
(1965)
         

Siegel Distributing Co. Ltd., Toronto

W 750
750
(1941)
W1100 Wurlitzer 1100 Musikbox Jukebox
1100

(1948-49)
Wurlitzer 1700 Wurlitzer W1700 1700HF HF Musikbox Jukebox
1700 / 1700F

(1954)
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)
W 2104 Wurlitzer 2104 Musikbox Jukebox
2104
(1957)

Tel-A-Tune

fiedline Aftermarket jukebox mayfair 950 Wurlitzer Seeburg
 Tel-A-Tune
(1946)
           
 

Marokko Musikboxen – Morocco Jukeboxes

Sehrazed Automatic


W 1400
(year: ?)
           
 

Mexiko Musikboxen – Mexico Jukeboxes

Arión Music - Distribution UK: Arión Music UK Limited



Xel Box
(?)


Vienna
(?)

Nyx
(?)

Calypso
(?)

Nizx
(2014-15?)

Paax
(2014-15?)

Soho
(2014-15?)

Biré
(2015?
)
           

Casa Riojas


W 650
(year: ?)

W1015
(late 40's)

W1100
(late 40's)

2000

(1956)

2100

(1958)

Wurlitzer disributor: Established by Jose Riojas in 1939/40 in Mexico City
José Riojas, engaged in importing music business since 1914, started to import used jukeboxes to Mexico in 1940 and became Wurlitzer distributor on Jan 1st, 1946.
In the early 1940s – at least in 1944 and 1945 – Casa Riojas had been a Seeburg distributor.
In 1965 Casa Riojas established Industrias Riojas S.A., too. Casa Riojas manufactured Wurlitzer jukeboxes as a licensee on a royalty basis, too.
 


2300

(1959)

2415

(1960)
     

Fonografos Automaticos Evans S.A.


Maya
(1955)

5000 - Azteca
(yaer: ?)

Monaco
(year: ?)

Bonampak
(year: ?)
     

Fonografos Automaticos Evans S.A.


Sinfonola UPA-100
(Year: ?)

UPB-100
(Year: ?)
         

Industrias Nacionales de Sonida S.A. - INSSA

R.O. 1454
1454
(year: ?)
Tempo 1
1468
(year: ?)

1478
(year: ?)
R.O. 435 Rock-Ola Jukebox Musikbox princess Deluxe
435 Princess
Deluxe
(year: ?)

Astrovox 502
(year: ?)
   

Sinfonola Mexico S.A. - AMI Mexico S.A.

AMI Musikbox Jukebox I-100 I-120 I-200
I-100
(1958)
AMI Musikbox Jukebox I-100 I-120 I-200
I-200M
(1958)
AMI K200 K100 K120 AMI Musikbox Jukebox
K
(1960)
AY160 AY 100 Y160 Y100 Seeburg Jukebox Musikbox Juke
DAY 160
(1961) 
     

Sonata Co.


1050

(1975?)

1000 Nostalgia
(1987-91)
Americana Sonata Musikbox Jukebox Wurlitzer
Americana
(1974 ?)
Sonata 4100 Jukebox Wurlitzer
4100
(1975 ?)
 Niagara 2 Musikbox Jukebox Wurlitzer
5500
(1980s?)
   

Unknown


Musicalana
8-track player
(1970s)
           
 

Neuseeland Musikboxen – New Zealand Jukeboxes


Mastercord
(year: ?)

Amco 64
(year: ?)
Melody Master Jukebox Musikbox
Melody Master
(~1947)

Harry Dobbie
(1950)

MTS
(?)
   

 

Südamerika Musikboxen – South American Jukeboxes

AMI

AMI C2 Jukebox Musikbox Licensed AMI Panama S.A.
C2
(year ?)

 
         

 

Die Angaben haben keinen Anspruch auf Vollständigkeit oder Richtigkeit.
Bei den (importierten) Boxen können im Laufe der Jahre durchaus Veränderungen vorgenommen worden sein. Copyright.

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