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Jukebox Identification - Other Manufacturers

In chronological order:

Make Model Country Year of
Manufacture
No. made Selections
and Speed
Outline Notes
Capehart 28
'Orchestrope'
USA 1928 ? 56
78rpm
To Follow! Non Selective
Capehart 110
'Orchestrope'
USA 1930-34 ? ?
78rpm
To Follow! N/A
Capehart 100
'Orchestrope'
USA 1934 ? ?
78rpm
To Follow! N/A
Capehart 1 USA ? 10
78rpm
To Follow! N/A
Capehart M2W
'Modern'
USA 1935 ? 10
78rpm
To Follow! N/A
Capehart A USA ? 10
78rpm
To Follow! N/A
Capehart B USA ? 10
78rpm
To Follow! N/A
Capehart ? USA ? 10
78rpm
To Follow! N/A
Capehart B USA 1936 ? 10
78rpm
To Follow! N/A
Capehart C10-20
'Orchestrope'
USA 1937 ? 20
78rpm
To Follow! N/A
Capehart M
'Orchestrope'
USA 1937 ? 10
78rpm
To Follow! N/A
Capehart CA10-20
'Orchestrope'
USA 1937-38 ? 20
78rpm
To Follow! N/A
Evans ? USA 1938 ? 1
78rpm
To Follow! Gambling machine
Aireon 1200A
'Super De Luxe Airliner'
USA 1946-47 ? 24
78rpm
To Follow! N/A
Aireon 'Fiesta Standard' USA 1947 ? 24
78rpm
To Follow! N/A
Aireon 1207A
'Fiesta Deluxe Artisan'
USA 47 ? 24
78rpm
To Follow! N/A
Aireon 'Blonde Bombshell' USA 1947-48 ? 24
78rpm
To Follow! N/A
Filben FE-300
'Maestro'
USA 1947-48 896 30
78rpm
To Follow! Red
FE-300
'Maestro'
1 Green
Aireon 1209A
'Coronet' 400 ('Canned Ham')
USA 1948 ? 24
78rpm
To Follow! N/A
Aireon 1209A
'Coronet' 500 ('Canned Ham')
USA 1948 ? 24
78rpm
To Follow! As the 400, but with a soundwave oscilloscope, 'Tonar'
Evans 950
'Constellation'
USA 1949-50 ? 40
78rpm
To Follow! N/A
Evans
'Constellation'
USA 1950 ? 40
78rpm
To Follow! N/A
Evans
'Constellation'
USA 1951 ? 40
45rpm
To Follow! N/A
Chicago Coin 'Hit Parade' USA ? 10
45rpm
To Follow! N/A
Evans 2045
'Century'
USA 1952-54 ? 100
45rpm
To Follow! N/A
Evans 'Holiday' USA 1954-55 ? 100
45rpm
To Follow! N/A
Evans 'Jewel' USA 1954-55 ? 50
45rpm
To Follow! N/A

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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