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    Posted 4 years ago

    Gundalow
    (24 items)

    This is a Seeburg SELECT-O-MATIC “100”, Type HF 100 R; I believe it was produced in 1954. I was told by a retired juke box specialist who used to service jukeboxes that in the trade, the Wurlitzer was regarded as the jukebox designed by artists, while the Seeburg was regarded as the jukebox designed by engineers. The 2nd photo is the Seeburg “teardrop” speaker.

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    Comments

    1. purvis purvis, 4 years ago
      Not only is it super nice it’s a great peace of art . I can here it playing the old songs right now .
    2. Gundalow Gundalow, 4 years ago
      When I was a kid, my friends and I would go to a diner in Franklin Lakes, NJ. The diner (Benders) which was on Franklin Ave., is long since gone, but the memories of listening to 1950s&60s music on their Seeburg jukebox remain.

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