9 item(s) found:

These items are not for sale and the descriptions, images and prices are for reference purposes only.

A 'Chicago Coin Band Box' six musicians playing sax, trumpet, piano, violin etc. Attaches to jukebox and activates when the music is played, C. 1940. Dimensions 62 cm x 12 cm.

Mark 'Chopper' Read, two signatures on microphone used to record single (in case); signed CDs (4) of 'Chopper - The Musical'. Also a childhood stamp collection (not Read's).

Wurlitzer 1650AF hi-fidelity jukebox, circa 1954. Cabinet of limed walnut; converted to play 45rpm recordings (24 records - 48 song capacity). Height 135 cm

AWA Radiola B56 portable electric record player, caramel plastic case with white speaker grille to lid, white interior, playing four speeds: 16rpm, 33rpm, 45rpm and 78rpm, chrome knobs and carrying handle to exterior, in original card box, small chip to ba

Circa 1970 'G.E.C. Weltron 2007' stereo system, 'Space-Ship' design, complete with G.E.C.2006 speakers and detachable pedestal, includes record player, cassette tape player, AM/FM radio and auxillary input. (3 items)

Dahlberg 4130-D11 Pillow Speaker, pink and white with single wired speaker on cradle and slot for 5 or 10c coin 31 cm high x 33 cm wide x 17.5 cm deep, the Pillow Speaker was designed to be used in hotels and hospitals.

A Bang and Olufsen 3200 Sound System, with Beo Lab 4000 Speakers, the BeoSound 3200 upright forward facing system with movement sensitive glass doors, the system with CD memory enough to hold almost 400 CDs, CD player and radio, together with BeoLab 4000 s

Ditchburn Music Maker Mark II Juke Box, UK. Seven of these models came to New Zealand 1945-6, with only two of these surviving

Mills Swing King Coin Operated Phonograph c.1934-7. Note: This can probably claim to be the earliest juke box to play in New Zealand