Music from the Past
Back before I-Phones and Walkmans and even radios, there were many ways for people to listen to their favourite music!
Music from the Past
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Jukeboxes page 7

JR0475 Scopiton Movie Jukebox, Model 450

circa 1960 32¼in wide, 82¾in high, 45¼in deep. A rare Scopitone Motion Picture Jukebox. 36 music films can be played.

JR0488 Mills Panoram “Soundies” Movie Jukebox, Model 470 [Got 2 same model]

Year 1939
Complete with 16mm film projector and sound system with six speakers developed by RCA for Mills, the “never ending” film loop features seven film clips promoting various famous artists, each clip runs for three minutes and costs 10 cents, all wood veneer casing, speaker cloth and mechanism is original, fully restored 79 by 34 by 28in x

JR0 Jukebox,

circa 1960

JR0 Jukebox,

Year 1

JR0 Voque The Picture Record

Touch Me Not

JR0 Voque The Picture Record

Let’s Get Married

JR0 Voque The Picture Record

Anybody Home

JR0 Voque The Picture Record

Welcome to my dream

JR0 Voque The Picture Record

Blue Skies

JR0 Voque The Picture Record

Seville

JR0 Voque The Picture Record

She’s Funny That Way

JR0 Voque The Picture Record

Dizzy’s Dilemma

JR0 Voque The Picture Record

A Little Consideration

JR0 Voque The Picture Record

Sweetheart

JR0420 Rock-Ola Chandelier Speaker “tone-o-lier” (red top) Model 1608

This Tone-O-Lier made between 1948 and 1950 is in original condition with red marbleized plastics. Includes ceiling mount hardware. Size 12″ T. x 24″ D.

JR0560 Rock-Ola Chandlier Speaker “tone-o-lier” (clear top)

This Tone-O-Lier made between 1948 and 1950 is in original condition with red marbleized plastics. Includes ceiling mount hardware. Size 12″ T. x 24″ D.

JR0623 Antique Apparatus reproduction Wurlitzer style Wall Speaker

AA “Strike up the Band” Contemporary Wurlitzer Juke Box Accessory Speaker Model #39-A made by Antique Apparatus. Known as “Strike up the band”. Pre war round wooden case. Excellent working condition. 18 X 17 1/2 X 8 1/2 inches.

JR0421 Antique Apparatus Wurlitzer style wall speaker, Model 4008

Elaborate and large sized speaker, will mount to the wall or ceiling; has a mosaic mirrored rotating center hub with vibrant light-up color wheel behind it which reflects against the 3 row geometric mosaic border around the speaker cover; has a walnut case and frame with fancy chromed mounts and 8 red and yellow curved plastics bordering the outer edge of the speaker and lit up from behind. Signed on a metal tag on the back with model number 4008 32 in. dia. x 16 in. deep.

JR0569 Wurlitzer “Star” Wall Speaker,Model 4002

This remote jukebox wall mount speaker is lit from behind and features metallic speaker mesh with an 8 pointed star at the center. Outer colored plastics are free from cracks. The plastics have little to no fade whatsoever. Circa 1940s. Size 24″ x 8″

JR0732 Wurlitzer “Star” Wall Speaker Nickel plated with musical note Decoration Model 4000

Wurlitzer Model 4000 Wall Speaker. The speaker case is a nickel plated 8-pointed star with a round white plastic inner border and back lighting provided through 8 sockets, the cloth speaker cover has glimmering silver tinsel woven into it with a wavy music staff and yellow stylized notes forming a “W”. Metal tag reads Manufactured by The Rudolph Wurlitzer Company with model number 4000 and serial number1362462. In good condition, 27 in. dia. x 9 in. deep.

JR0529 Seeburg Wall Speaker “teardrop” style

17”x 11” x 5.5” Vintage 1950’s Seeburg Jukebox Teardrop Wall Speaker.

Seeburg Speaker

JR0580 Wurlitzer Wall Speaker

Wooden organ pipe style

JR0201 Toy miniature Wurlitzer

Plastic, measures 10 x 5 x 5.5

JR0522 Miniature jukebox piggybank, ceramic painted

JR0248 Miniature Avon “Jukebox” bottle

Avon is famous for their collectible perfume and aftershave bottles
1970s shelf décor
5 inches High by 2.5 inches across by 1.5 inches wide

JR0266 Churchill “Jukebox” piggbank

Vintage collectible CHURCHILLS Money Box tin piggy bank. This Churchill’s of England tin is called JUKEBOX 2000 and has embossed pictures of a juke box and space age dancers on it. The tin has a pull off lid with a slot on the lid for money. Approximate size of the tin is 3″ x 3″ x 7″ high.