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Polyphon 5 auto changing 22 inch disc music box, penny coin operated with associated disc bin containing multiple titles. Restored and in fine working condition, auto changing polyphon of this caliber are extremely rare and desirable, the last example sold
A 19th century walnut cased polyphon, along with numerous pierced player discs, the tabletop player with inlaid lid opening to reveal a picture inset under the lid and the mechanism with gilt metal fittings, tempo-regulator and steel player comb. Working o
German 19th century walnut cased Polyphon musical disc player with a winder, 16.5 cm steel comb movement, cast baseplate, lithographed cherub print to underside of lid, the top inlaid with foliate decoration, together with seventeen 396mm metal discs. Dime
A fine Victorian walnut Polyphon box, late 19th century, Leipzig, the sarcophagus shaped walnut and burr walnut box with a stepped floral inlaid lid surrounded by foliate relief carving, the sides with panels and turned pilasters to each edge above a folia
Walnut cased upright Polyphon, ornate columned case under decorated pediment. Coin in the slot mechanism, including 15 discs. Functional, requires restoration. Knobs missing from underdrawer. Height 132 cm
An orchestral Regina Corona disc Polyphon. No. 21839. 1900, playing 68 cm discs, music comb, in a walnut case with Corinthian columns, an arched glazed door and pierced spandrels, raised on turned feet with a storage base, together with 14 discs. 215 cm hi
Regina, 19th century oak cased table Polyphon of square form, a single crank handle fitted to one side, the hinged lid enclosing works and fitted with an original print of the 'Queen of Music'; together with 40 original discs width 54 cm
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