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Jukebox Identification - Wurlitzer

Model Year of
Manufacture
No. made Selections
and Speed
Outline Notes
'Debutante' 1933 ? 10
78rpm
To Follow! Prototype model - no badging
P-10 1934 3,640 10
78rpm
To Follow! The first machine to wear the Wurlitzer badge
P-12 1935 12,265 12
78rpm
To Follow! N/A
P-20 ? 10
78rpm
To Follow! N/A
P-30
'Modern'
749 12
78rpm
To Follow! N/A
P-400
'Deluxe'
198 12
78rpm
To Follow! N/A
400
'Deluxe'
1936 1,365 12
78rpm
To Follow! N/A
35 1 12
78rpm
To Follow! N/A
312
'Modern'
5,992 12
78rpm
To Follow! The first model that carries the name Paul Fuller on the patent
412
'Standard'
? 12
78rpm
To Follow! N/A
316 1937 ? 16
78rpm
To Follow! N/A
416
'Standard'
784 16
78rpm
To Follow! N/A
616 22,294 16
78rpm
To Follow! N/A
616A 12,626 16
78rpm
To Follow! N/A
716 1,587 16
78rpm
To Follow! N/A
50
'Console'
804 12
78rpm
To Follow! N/A
51 1,084 12
78rpm
To Follow! Countertop model
24 1938 14,548 24
78rpm
To Follow! N/A
24A 24
78rpm
N/A
500 1939 13,455 24
78rpm
To Follow! N/A
600 12,538 24
78rpm
To Follow! N/A
700 1940 8,917 24
78rpm
To Follow! N/A
800 10,520 24
78rpm
To Follow! N/A
41 1940-41 1,650 12
78rpm
To Follow! Countertop model (with stand)
71 3,980 12
78rpm
To Follow! Countertop model (with stand)
750 1941 5,939 24
78rpm
750 N/A
750E 12,152 24
78rpm
Electrical selector
780
'Wagonwheel'
2,800 24
78rpm
To Follow! N/A
780E
'Wagonwheel'
1,429 24
78rpm
To Follow! Electrical selector
850
'Peacock'
9,900 24
78rpm
To Follow! N/A
850A
'Tulip'
380 24
78rpm
To Follow! N/A
950
'Gazelle'
1942 3,498 24
78rpm
To Follow! N/A
81 990 12
78rpm
To Follow! Countertop model (with stand)
'Victory' 1943-45 ? 24
78rpm
To Follow! Wartime model comprising a replacement cabinet (using glass rather than plastic panels for cost) over old reclaimed mechanisms
1015 1946-47 59,535 24
78rpm
1015 N/A
1080A
'Colonial'
1947 1,084 24
78rpm
1080A N/A
1080C
'Colonial'
? 24
78rpm
To Follow! N/A
1100 1948 25,169 24
78rpm
1100 This is the last Paul Fuller designed machine
'Ambassador' 1948-49 25,169 24
78rpm
To Follow! Conversion kit for the 1015
1250 1950 9,497 48
78, 45 and 33rpm
To Follow! N/A
1400 1951-52 12,338 48
78, 45 and 33rpm
To Follow! N/A
1450 3,594 48
78, 45 and 33rpm
To Follow! N/A
1500 1952 4,443 104
78, 45 and 33rpm
To Follow! N/A
1500A To Follow! N/A
1550 2,395 To Follow! N/A
1600A 1953 2,113 48
78, 45 and 33rpm
To Follow! N/A
1600AF 307
1650A 2,553 48
45rpm
To Follow! N/A
1650AF 1954 513 To Follow! N/A
1700 9,626 104
45rpm
To Follow! N/A
1700HF To Follow! High Fidelity
1800 1955 17,766 104
45rpm
To Follow! N/A
1900
'Centennial'
1956 15,530 104
45rpm
1900 N/A
2000
'Centennial'
200
45rpm
2000 N/A
2100 1957 3,588 200
45rpm
2100 N/A
2104 5,799 104
45rpm
2104
2150 5,422 200
45rpm
To Follow! N/A
2200
'Console'
1958 3,858 200
45rpm
To Follow! N/A
2204
'Console'
5,193 104
45rpm
2250 132 200
45rpm
To Follow! N/A
2300 1959 4,879 200
45rpm
2300 N/A
2300s First stereo model
2310 100
45rpm
2304 N/A
2304 4,492 104
45rpm
N/A
2304s 1,742 Stereo model
2400 1960 1,951 200
45rpm
To Follow! N/A
2400s Stereo model
2404 273 104
45rpm
N/A
2404s Stereo model
2410 1,604 100
45rpm
N/A
2410s Stereo model
2500 1961 3,421 200
45rpm
2500 N/A
2500s Stereo model
2504 104
45rpm
2510 N/A
2510 3,421 100
45rpm
N/A
2510s Stereo model
2600 1962 3,215 200
45rpm
To Follow! N/A
2700 1963 13,762 200
45rpm
To Follow! N/A
2710 100
45rpm
N/A
2800 1964 9,115 200
45rpm
To Follow! N/A
2810 100
45rpm
N/A
2900 1965 5,386 200
45rpm
To Follow! N/A
2910 100
45rpm
N/A
3000 1966 11,144 200
45rpm
To Follow! N/A
3010 100
45rpm
N/A
3100
'Americana'
1967 5,149 200
45rpm
To Follow! N/A
3200
'Americana II'
1968 4,866 200
45rpm
To Follow! N/A
3210
'Americana II'
100
45rpm
N/A
3300
'Americana III'
1969 4,175 200
45rpm
To Follow! N/A
3400
'Statesman'
1970 5,375 200
45rpm
To Follow! N/A
3460
'Statesman'
160
45rpm
N/A
3410
'Statesman'
100
45rpm
N/A
3500
'Zodiac'
1971 6,806 200
45rpm
To Follow! 'Little LP' feature
3560
'Zodiac'
160
45rpm
'Little LP' feature
3510
'Zodiac'
100
45rpm
'Little LP' feature
3600
'Super Star'
1972 5,794 200
45rpm
To Follow! 'Little LP' feature
3660
'Super Star'
160
45rpm
'Little LP' feature
3610
'Super Star'
100
45 and 33rpm
'Little LP' feature
7500
'Cabaret'
1,921 200
45rpm
To Follow! Used the 3600 mech
C-110 1972-74 ? 10
tapes
To Follow! Played 10 tapes for up to 15 hours of music. Manufactured in Germany for distribution in the USA
3700
'Americana'
1973 6,121 200
45 and 33rpm
To Follow! 'Little LP' feature
3760
'Americana'
160
45 and 33rpm
'Little LP' feature
3710
'Americana'
100
45 and 33rpm
'Little LP' feature
1050 1973-74 1,677 100
45rpm
1050 N/A
3800
'Americana'
1974 1,396 200
45 and 33rpm
To Follow! 'Little LP' feature
3860
'Americana'
160
45 and 33rpm
'Little LP' feature
3810
'Americana'
100
45 and 33rpm
'Little LP' feature

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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