For Sale: Orchestrions

(Last update: 21 October 98)

For Sale: Gulbransen Player Piano

orchestrion
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* Genuine antique 1910 burl walnut cabinet, upright style
* Two stained glass panels top and bottom with lights behind
* 50-cent coin slot or can be used with On-Off switch
* Plays 10 or 15 tune "O" rolls that rewind automatically, one roll included
* Nickelodeon styled, with 7-piece orchestrion: cymbal, bass drum, snare drum, tambourine, triangle, wood block, 24 note glockenspiel.

Excellent condition. This player has been appraised for $10,000. Asking price $5,000. Contact Steve or Linda Burger, 7104 N. Madison, Hutchinson, KS 67502. Phone (316) 662-5787 anytime day or evenings. -- (Posted 21 October 98)

For Sale: Walnut Orchestrian. Has Glock, Bass Drum and Tymp, snare, cymbal, wood block, triangle, tamborine, mandolin and piano of course! Piano made by Cornish and is very fancy with fabulous stained glass top and bottom. Player mechanism manufactured by Ragtime of Ceres, CA. She plays great and looks even better. Original Ivory. Located in Erie, PA. No respectable offer refused but it should sell for $9000 and worth every penny. Picture #1    Picture #2.   Contact David Rodgers at RodgersServices@Juno.com .
Also For Sale: Three O roll player pianos, mechanism made by Ragtime. Pianos are nicely reconditioned and open grained refinished. First is made by Pease c1901 and is Rosewood, second made by Steif c1901 in Mahogany, third made by Cable c1920 in Walnut. Any respectable offer will be entertained. Contact David Rodgers at RodgersServices@Juno.com -- (Posted 1 July 98)

For sale: 1903 Girard piano with Ragtime Orchestrion kit installed. Has every option: Expression, snare drum, bass drum, cymbal, glockenspiel, triangle, woodblock, mandolin, tambourine. Beatiful ornate refinished case, $4,200.00 call Bill Masterman, 253-565-9470 or e-mail nidiot@aol.com -- (Posted 23 June 98)



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