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Jukebox Identification - AMi (and licencees)

Model Year of
Manufacture
No. made Selections
and Speed
Outline Notes
'National Automatic Selective Phonograph' 1927 ? 20
78rpm
National Automatic Selective Phonograph N/A
F 1931-33 ? 20
78rpm
F N/A
FR 1934-35 ? 20
78rpm
FR N/A
'Top Flight' 1936-37 1,997 20
78rpm
Top Flight N/A
'Streamliner' 1938-39 2,905 20
78rpm
To Follow! N/A
100
'Singing Towers'
1939 to 42 ? 20
78rpm
100 N/A
STR-100
'Singing Towers' - Factory reconditioned
201
'Singing Towers'
'Singing Towers' 1942 to 44 707 40
78rpm
To Follow! N/A
A
'Mother of Plastic'
1946 to 47 13,461 40
78rpm
A N/A
B 1948 to 49 7,675 40
78rpm
B Available in 'Sheraton Mahogony' or 'Bisque Blonde'
C 1950 to 51 13,409 40
78rpm
C N/A
D
1951 to 52
8,441
40
78rpm
D N/A
80
45rpm
E 1953 2,833 40
78rpm
E N/A
80
45rpm
7,726 120
45rpm
BAL-AMi
E
1953 to 54 ? 80
45rpm
E UK model. Looks very similar to the USA model E but used some parts from the model D and with no badges.
F 1954 2,944 40
78rpm
F N/A
80
45rpm
8,476 120
45rpm
BAL-AMi
G
1955
? 80
45rpm
G UK model. Looks identical to the USA model G but with a BAL-AMi badge.
120
45rpm
IMA-AMi
J-120
? 120
45rpm
To Follow! Danish model.
IMA-AMi
J-40-B
? 40
45rpm
To Follow! Danish model.
IMA-AMi
J-80
? 80
45rpm
To Follow! Danish model.
G 4,423 80
45rpm
G N/A
1955 - 56 6,825 120
45rpm
1956 8,068 200
45rpm
IMA-AMi
J-40-G
? 40
78/45rpm
Danish model. Looks identical to the USA model G but with an IMA-AMi badge.
IMA-AMi
J-80-G
80
45rpm
BAL-AMi
J-40
'Junior'
? 40
45rpm
To Follow! UK model.
H 1957 919 100
45rpm
H N/A
6,085 120
45rpm
200
45rpm
IMA-AMi
J-80-H
? 80
78/45rpm
To Follow! Danish model. Looks similar to the USA model H, but with a completely diferent selecion mechanism and view window, only 80 selections, and an IMA-AMi badge.
BAL-AMi
Super 40
? 40
45rpm
To Follow! UK model. Looks similar to the USA model H, but without the chrome 'bumper', only 40 selections, and a BAL-AMi badge.
I 1958 4,475 100
45rpm
I N/A
120
45rpm
200
45rpm
BAL-AMi
I
? 200
45rpm
UK model. Looks identical to the USA model I but with a BAL-AMi badge.
J 1959 1,263 100
45rpm
J N/A
120
45rpm
200
45rpm
BAL-AMi
J
? 200
45rpm
UK model. Looks identical to the USA model J but with a BAL-AMi badge.
BAL-AMi
Super 40 Deluxe
? 40
45rpm
To Follow! UK model.
K 1960 2,300 100
45rpm
K N/A
542 200
45rpm
BAL-AMi
K
? 200
45rpm
UK model. Looks identical to the USA model K but with a BAL-AMi badge.
BAL-AMi
Super 100
1960 to 61 ? 100
45rpm
To Follow! UK model.
XJ
'Continental'
1961 ? 100
45rpm
Continental N/A
200
45rpm
XJ
'Lyric'
100
45rpm
Lyric N/A
200
45rpm
XJ 2
'Continental 2'
1962 ? 100
45rpm
Continental 2 N/A
200
45rpm
XJ 2
'Lyric 2'
100
45rpm
Lyric 2 N/A
200
45rpm
BAL-AMi
New Yorker
? Unknown (100?)
45rpm
To Follow! UK model.
The company now merges with Rowe AC Services to become
Rowe-AMi
JAL 1,963 ? 200
45/33rpm
JAL N/A
JEL 2,896 100
45rpm
JEL N/A
160
45rpm
200
45rpm
JBM
'Tropicana'
1964 ? 100
45rpm
To Follow! N/A
160
45rpm
200
45rpm
JAN
'Diplomat'
1965 6,226 200
45rpm
To Follow! N/A
JAO
'Bandstand'
1966 3,669 200
45rpm
To Follow! N/A
MM-1
'Music Merchant'
1967 3,669 200
45rpm
To Follow! N/A
MM-1A
'Music Merchant'
As for MM-1 but with a dollar bill acceptor
CMM-1
'Cadette'
1968 1,768 100
45rpm
To Follow! N/A
MM-2
'Music Master'
? 100
45rpm
To Follow! N/A
160
45rpm
200
45rpm
MM-3
'Music Miracle'
1969 ? 100
45rpm
To Follow! N/A
160
45rpm
200
45rpm
MM-4
'Trimount'
1970 ? 100
45rpm
To Follow! N/A
160
45rpm
200
45rpm
MM-5
'Presidential Line'
1971 ? 100
45rpm
To Follow! N/A
160
45rpm
200
45rpm
MM-6
'Superstar'
1972 ? 100
45rpm
To Follow! N/A
160
45rpm
200
45rpm
RI-1
'Heritage'
1973 ? 120
45rpm
To Follow! N/A
TI-1 ? 100
45rpm
To Follow! N/A
160
45rpm
200
45rpm
TI-2 1974 ? 120
33/45rpm
To Follow! N/A
CT-1 ? 100
33/45rpm
To Follow! N/A
160
45rpm
200
45rpm

The information on these pages is compiled from a number of sources. Manufacturer figures taken from "The Ultimate Jukebox Guide' written by Ian Brown, Nigel Hutchins and Gerry Mizera, published by Pla-Mor Press. Some of the early data is inacurate as information has been lost, destroyed, or never recorded. Pictures By Tom Harvey. Please feel free to let me know if the information is incorrect, inaccurate or missing.


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