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Jukebox Identification - Seeburg

Model Year of
Manufacture
No. made Selections
and Speed
Outline Notes
'Audiophone' 1928-32 ? 10
78rpm
To Follow! N/A
'Selectophone' 1934 ? 10
78rpm
To Follow! N/A
'Selectophone' To Follow! N/A
'Selectophone De Luxe' To Follow! N/A
A 1936 ? 12
78rpm
To Follow! N/A
B ? To Follow! N/A
C ? To Follow! N/A
F ? To Follow! N/A
H 1937 ? 12
78rpm
To Follow! N/A
J ? To Follow! N/A
XF ? To Follow! N/A
HF ? To Follow! N/A
BX ? To Follow! N/A
Q-15 ? 15
78rpm
To Follow! N/A
K-20
'Melody King'
? 20
78rpm
To Follow! N/A
'Royale' ? To Follow! N/A
'Rex' ? To Follow! N/A
'Regal' 1938 ? 20
78rpm
To Follow! N/A
'Concert Grand' ? To Follow! N/A
'Mayfair' 1939 ? 20
78rpm
To Follow! N/A
'Plaza' To Follow! N/A
'Casino' To Follow! N/A
'Vogue' To Follow! With Marbl-Glo finish
'Classic' To Follow! With Marbl-Glo finish
'Colonel' 1940 ? 20
78rpm
To Follow! N/A
'Comander' To Follow! N/A
'Cadet' To Follow! N/A
'Concert Master' To Follow! With Marbl-Glo finish
'Major' To Follow! N/A
'Envoy' To Follow! N/A
7800
'Symhonola Standard'
1941 ? 20
78rpm
To Follow! N/A
7850
'Symhonola Standard'
To Follow! N/A
8800
'Hitone Symhonola Super'
To Follow! N/A
9800
'Hitone Symhonola Deluxe'
To Follow! N/A
8200 1942 ? 20
78rpm
To Follow! N/A
9200 To Follow! N/A
146
'Trashcan'
1946 ? 20
78rpm
To Follow! N/A
147-M
'Trashcan'
1947 ? 20
78rpm
To Follow! Light cabinet finish
147-S
'Trashcan'
Dark cabinet finish
148
'Trashcan'
1948 ? 20
78rpm
To Follow! N/A
M100A 1948-51 ? 100
78 or 45rpm
To Follow! The first 100 play jukebox
M100B 1950 ? 100
45rpm
To Follow! N/A
M100BL 1951 ? 100
45rpm
To Follow! N/A
M100C 1952 ? 100
45rpm
To Follow! N/A
HF100G 1953 ? 100
45rpm
To Follow! N/A
W100 ? To Follow! The palisters did not rotate on early models
HF100R
'Bandshell'
1954 ? 100
45rpm
To Follow! N/A
100J 1955 ? 100
45rpm
To Follow! N/A
W100 ? To Follow! N/A
V-200 ? 200
45rpm
To Follow! N/A
VL-200 1956 ? 200
45rpm
To Follow! N/A
KD-200 1957 ? 200
45rpm
To Follow! Dual pricing
KS-200 ? To Follow! Single Pricing
L-100 ? 100
45rpm
To Follow! N/A
L-101 1958 ? 100
45rpm
To Follow! N/A
201 ? 200
45rpm
To Follow! N/A
161 ? 160
45rpm
To Follow! N/A
220 1959 ? 100
45rpm
To Follow! N/A
222 ? 160
45 and 33rpm
To Follow! N/A
Q-100 1960 ? 100
45rpm
To Follow! N/A
Q-160 ? 160
45rpm
To Follow! N/A
AY-100 1961 ? 100
45rpm
To Follow! N/A
AY-160 ? 160
45 and 33rpm
To Follow! N/A
DS-100 1962 ? 100
45 and 33rpm
To Follow! N/A
DS-160 ? 160
45rpm
To Follow! N/A
LPC-1 1963 ? 160
45 and 33rpm
To Follow! N/A
LPC-1R ? To Follow! N/A
U-100
'Mustang'
1964 ? 100
45rpm
To Follow! N/A
'Discoteque Junior' ? To Follow! N/A
LPC-480 ? 160
45 and 33rpm
To Follow! N/A
LPC-480R ? To Follow! N/A
LPC-480D ? To Follow! N/A
LPC-480DR ? To Follow! N/A
PFEAIU
'Electra'
1965-66 ? 160
45 and 33rpm
To Follow! N/A
APFEAI
'Fleetwood'
? To Follow! N/A
S-100
'Phono-Jet'
1967 ? 100
45rpm
To Follow! N/A
SS160
'Stereo Showcase'
? 160
45 and 33rpm
To Follow! N/A
LS1
'Spectra'
1968 ? 160
45 and 33rpm
To Follow! N/A
LS2
'Gem'
1969 ? 160
45 and 33rpm
To Follow! N/A
SE-100
'Golden Jet'
1970 ? 100
45rpm
To Follow! N/A
LS3
'Apollo'
? 160
45 and 33rpm
To Follow! N/A
LS310
'Apollo'
? To Follow! N/A
LS325
'Apollo'
? To Follow! N/A
LS325N
'Apollo'
? To Follow! N/A
USC1
'Musical Bandshell'
1971 ? 160
45rpm
To Follow! N/A
USC2
'Bandshell Firestar'
? 160
45 and 33rpm
To Follow! N/A
SX-100
'Marauder'
1972 ? 100
45rpm
To Follow! N/A
SPS 160
'Olympian'
? 160
45rpm
To Follow! N/A
SPS 2
'Matador'
1973 ? 160
45rpm
To Follow! N/A
FC1
'Regency'
? To Follow! N/A
EFC1
'Regency'
? To Follow! N/A
SL100
'Carnival'
? 100
45rpm
To Follow! N/A
ESL100
'Carnival'
? To Follow! N/A
SQS 160
'First Edition'
1974 ? 160
45rpm
To Follow! N/A
STD 160
'Vogue II'
? 160
45 and 33rpm
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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