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Lot 52

LITTLE GEORGE SMITH - BLUES IN THE DARK 7" (BLUES - BLUE HORIZON 45-1002). Originally released in the US in 1955, this is the original and only UK 7" pressing of Blues In The Dark/ Telephone Blues by L.A. blues legend Little George Smith (45-1002, 1965 UK pressing on Blue Horizon. Labels have staining and track information written on them. They've had the centres cut out of them for fitting into a jukebox. VER 104 1C/ 105 1C matrix. The record is lovely, glossy, and strong VG, displaying a small number of light surface marks, including a hairline but a feelable mark at the end of Side 2).

Lot 282

RADIOHEAD AND RELATED - 7" PACK. A superb selection of 20 7" singles by 90s legends Radiohead and related Thom Yorke solo releases. Radiohead titles include Burn The Witch (XLS791, Record is Ex+/ sleeve Ex), Creep (x2) inc R6359, Limited Edition clear vinyl. Record is Ex, has one light paper scuff/ sleeve Ex) & (S7-17591, jukebox copy on green vinyl. Ex). Street Spirit (Fade Out) (x2) inc (R6419, Limited Edition white vinyl. Ex/ Ex) & (R6419LH, jukebox. Ex). Karma Police (NODATALH, jukebox), Paranoid Android(x2) (NODATA 01, blue vinyl), Jigsaw Falling Into Place (x2) (XLS326), Fake Plastic Trees (S7-18728, jukebox), No Surprises (NODATALH, jukebox), There There (x7) (7PRO 7087 6), Go To Sleep (7PRO 7087 6) & Thom Yorke - Harrowdown Hill (XLS 238). Condition is generally Ex to Ex+.

Lot 509

TWO BOXES OF RECORDS 45s, to include a collection of approximately five hundred 1960s and 1980s artists, Sheena Easton, House Martins, Dean Martin, Simple minds, Showaddywaddy, Roy Wood, Blondie, Pink Floyd and , David Bowie (2 boxes) (many have centres removed for use in a jukebox); List available

Lot 98

An original vintage retro Jupiter 80L record / 45rpm single playing Jukebox, with push button, in red and blue, 123 cm high x 77 cm wide

Lot 833

ROCK/ POP/ BEAT/ SOUL - 7" COLLECTION. A smashing genre-spanning collection of 53 7" singles, including a good number of promo pressings. Artist/ titles include Eric Burdon And War - Paint It Black (x2) inc (LR-2764, Japanese press) & (UP35217, UK promo). Del Shannon inc Led Along(LIB 10277, solid centre), Run Away. St Valentine's Day Massacre - Brother Can You Spare A Dime, Donny Osmand - Where Did All The Good Times GO (Acetate), PP Arnold - Different Drum (Jukebox copy), Dave Stewart, Marsha Hunt - Lonesome Holy Roller, Donovan - Goo Goo Barabajagal, Chris Farlow inc Dawn (IM074, promo), Small Faces inc Lazy Sunday (IMS106, promo), The Universal. Ronnie Lane - How Come. Amen Corner, Pat Boone, Jeff Beck, Elvis Costello, Mott The Hoople, Warren Zevon, Unsane, Shelleyan Orphan, Tiny Too, Waddle, Twenty4 SevenBrett Smiley, Biill Wyman, Dan McCafferty, History Of The Stones Vol 1. Condition is generally VG+ to Ex+.

Lot 1145

THE BEATLES - OVERSEAS PRESSING 7"/EPs. Cracking collection of 29 x collectable overseas 7"/EP releases. Titles include Revolver (Mexican EPEM 10142), A Hard Day's Night (US Jukebox, white vinyl), Love Me Do (EU pic disc), All My Loving (Japanese EAR-20244), The Ballad Of John And Yoko (Japanese EAR-20240), Ticket To Ride (JP EAR-20229), My Bonnie (JP DPQ 6903), Penny Lane EP (Mexican EPEM 10189), All You Need Is Love (JP EAR-20235), More Requests (Aussie GEPO 70014), Requests (Aussie), Old Brown Shoe (Mexican), Ain't She Sweet (JP DPQ 6904), Something (DE) and Interview Picture Disc Collection. Condition is typically VG+ to Ex+.

Lot 37

Boxed Southern Comfort radio / tape player jukebox ~ 38cm high

Lot 333

A Pleasant Company American Girl Be Forever Maryellen's Jukebox, in original packaging and box -- 11in. (28cm.) high

Lot 314

AMI R-81, a vintage jukebox with matching AMI speakers and a control unit. Currently not in working conditon.To be reviewed. Dimensions: (L:70 x W:106 x H:130 cm)

Lot 3

Music collection of signed CD sleeves complete with discs, 23 in total. Titles Include: Peter Andre; Defender, Young Kato, Molotov Jukebox; Carnival Follower, Laura Oakes; How Big Is Your World, Laura Oakes; Nashville Gate Your Girl, Northern Uproar; Town, Rue Royale, Earl; Tongue Tied, Mike Sanchez; You Better Dig It, Fran Smith, Gabriel Aplin; Home, Drenge; Strange Creatures, Roger Davies; The Yorkshire Songwriter, Prem Leela; Live In Monte Sahaja, Dom Major; Me and You, Karin Grandal Park and Rosie Clegg; Strong In The Broken Places, Dead Like Harry; Know the Joy of Good Living, Pasadena Roof Orchestra; Licensed To Swing, Pearl Kaufman; Motion Picture Themes Moonlight Classics And More, Pearl Kaufman; Rhapsody in Blue Bumble Boogie, The Angelo Debarre; Quartet, Flavia Coelho; Bossa Muffin and Saint Raymond Young Blood. Each item is signed by the artist, either on the sleeve/ disc or both, some are dedicated. All items come in a cardboard casing. Good condition. All autographs come with a Certificate of Authenticity. We combine postage on multiple winning lots and can ship worldwide. UK postage from £4.99, EU from £6.99, Rest of World from £8.99

Lot 392

Itek CD player in the form of a jukebox.

Lot 95

A 1939 ROCK-OLA ST39 JUKEBOX , playing 78s with a valve amplifier, ( PAT pass and working but disc selection button not working) outer cabinet has been restored, all plastics appear to be intact, lights work, audio hum from amp and speakers so appears to be ok

Lot 126

Vinyl & Autograph - The Beatles 17 singles including Love Me Do (2009 Mis-print issue - 2 copies, both EX+), Love Me Do (Picture Disc) EX, Magical Mystery Tour (Mono Double pack, signed on the inside by actor Victor Spinetti), French EP, Free As A Bird (Rare Jukebox issue) and others. Condition varies throughout

Lot 317

Vinyl - Post Punk / Synth Wave - 15 original 12? singles featuring Test Pressings and Promos. To include: Dislocation - Bali Hai (UK 1982, Y Records, Y 32) EX / EX+ (Unplayed), Lora Logic - Wonderful Offer (UK 1981 Rough Trade Records Rough 087) EX / EX+ (Unplayed), Au Pairs - Inconvience (UK Human Records, HUM 8/12) VG+ / EX+ (Unplayed), also including - Bauhaus - Lagartia Nick, Talkin Heads - Radio Head (Promo only 12?), Orange Juice - Love, The The - Uncertain Smile (Test Pressing with stickered sleeve), Positive Noise - Positive Negative (Test Pressing), Positive Noise - Charm, Alan Vega - Jukebox Baby, Department S., B. Movie (Test Pressing), Ultravox (Test Pressing), Simple Minds - Celebrate and T. Party (Coloured Vinyl). Most vinyl appears to be Unplayed

Lot 524


Lot 815A

A miniature coin operated wall mounted chrome jukebox. 35cm h x 31cm w.

Lot 156

A boxed blue tooth jukebox

Lot 2485

A Rowe AMI  R80 Stereo 200 Jukebox ( As Found ) Contains Records Serial Number 914909 -  Model Number R80 The Jukebox Is In Good Overall Condition But Will Require A Service, Not Tested To See If In Working Order Measurements ,   125 Cm Height                               121 Cm Width                                 71 Cm Depth 

Lot 282

A Discomatic c1960's portable jukebox. Comes with facility to hold forty single vinyl records. Made famous by The Beatles who owned them. H:27cm W: 54.5cm jukebox powers up, but will need attention.

Lot 263

TAMLA/MOTOWN - US PRESSING 7"/EPs. Expert collection of 28 x US released 7"/EPs including sealed originals and more recent pressings from Third Man Records. To include The Temptations inc. Temptin' (Gordy G-60914, 1965 jukebox original - incredibly still sealed with the perforated sheet of jukebox title strips), Gettin' Ready (Gordy 60918, 1966 jukebox original - incredibly still sealed with the perforated sheet of jukebox title strips) and Greatest Hits (Gordy S-60919, 1967 jukebox original, appearing unopenmed with the perforated sheet of jukebox title strips), Seasons Greetings From Motown (red vinyl, 2482 - VG+), The Supremes inc. Nathan Jones (test pressing og, M-1182 - Ex+), Where Did Our Love Go (1060 promo) and Up The Ladder To The Roof (M-1162 promo) and also including Third Man Records (reissue) black vinyl copies of (TMR) 350-358 with 2 copies of each release included. Condition is mainly Ex to Ex+/archive/as new.

Lot 288

Brand new, limited edition (only 99 pieces worldwide) Rock-Ola Wurlitzer 1015 inspired CD jukebox made in celebration of the 60th anniversary since the beginning of Elvis Presley’s music career. The stunning black finish case features four phasing colour cylinders, eight bubble tubes, die-cast metal trim finished in gold colour and custom Elvis Presley murals and artwork. The 100 CD jukebox produces outstanding sound due to its five speakers with dual three-way system, has a full remote control, auxiliary port and Bluetooth, allowing the music playback from almost any device. Size: 152 x 84 x 68 cm. Condition: Brand New. Location: The Netherlands, Tilburg.

Lot 291

As good as new a Jukebox Selector Diner Wallbox, called «Dime Box» by Sound Leisure. Made in England the old-fashioned way: cast entirely in metal, then chrome-plated and finally polished. This Wallbox only works with the Sound Leisure Vinyl Jukeboxes. It weighs 5.6 kg. Size: 34 x 32 x 16 cm. Condition: Excellent. Location: The Netherlands

Lot 295

Original Bimbobox jukebox in perfect condition. Size: 139 x 61 x 74 cm. Condition: Excellent. Location: The Netherlands.

Lot 299

Rock-Ola 1452, 1954. 50 selections on 25 records, 45 rpm. Recently restored. During 1954-1955, Rock-Ola produced a number of variations on the Icicle theme. This brightly illuminated silver age Jukebox, represents the rock and roll age like no other. Size: 146 x 78 x 67 cm. Condition: Excellent. Location: The Netherlands, Tilburg.

Lot 300

Wurlitzer Model 1100 "Bomber Nose" Jukebox, made from 1947-1949, in good original condition. Wurlitzer Model 1100 tried to move away from 1940’s art deco design by using a number of stylistic elements from the aerospace and automotive design at the time. The “Bomber Nose” got its nickname from the enlarged plastic dome over the record player, similar to the nose of Boeing B-17 “Flying Fortress” bomber, which allowed for the working mechanism to be seen much clearer. Multi-coloured lights rotate within the pilasters, red-yellow interior dome lighting, rotating song selector, shiny chrome details. Coin-operated, plays a single side of 78-RPM records with 24 selections. The front glass has been replaced. Size: 147 x 80 x 65 cm. Condition: Good. Location: The Netherlands, Tilburg.

Lot 301

One of the iconic Wurlitzer jukeboxes is the OMT 1015 model (One More Time). This CD jukebox has a 100 CD carousel in all original and good working condition. Sound, bubble tubes, selector and cd mechanism are all in working condition. Including remote control. Overall a beautiful jukebox. Size: 154 x 80 x 65 cm. Condition: Very good. Location: The Netherlands, Tilburg.

Lot 302

The 1955 Seeburg V200 is considered the most highly prized Seeburg jukebox ever produced. Playing 100 records on both sides, this machine has been completely restored inside and out, bottom to top. We completely disassemble the machine down to the wood where we then clean, paint, re chrome and professional polish every piece of this amazing machine. New needles, glass and plastic inserts, light bulbs and capacitors in the amplifier. No screw is left untouched in our thorough and complete restoration back to meet and even exceed this jukebox's original beauty. Featuring 4 speakers and the most powerful amplifier Seeburg ever made, it pounds out music at a tremendous volume. You will treasure this machine in your collection forever! Size: 148 x 95 x 72 cm. Condition: Very good. Location: USA, Las Vegas.

Lot 303

Brand new, limited edition (only 99 pieces worldwide) Rock-Ola Wurlitzer 1015 inspired CD jukebox made in celebration of the 60th anniversary since the beginning of Elvis Presley’s music career. The stunning white finish case features four phasing colour cylinders, eight bubble tubes, die-cast metal trim finished in gold colour and custom Elvis Presley murals and artwork. The 100 CD jukebox produces outstanding sound due to its five speakers with dual three-way system, has a full remote control, auxiliary port and Bluetooth, allowing the music playback from almost any device. Size: 152 x 84 x 68 cm. Condition: Brand New. Location: The Netherlands, Tilburg.

Lot 304

AMI 1962 Continental 2 Jukebox. Arguably the most desirable and collectible 45 R.P.M. jukebox ever produced. This machine has just completed a year long restoration that includes the complete disassembly of every piece of this jukebox. Each piece is then meticulously cleaned, painted or professionally polished and re chromed. The mechanism has been cleaned of all old grim and adjusted and lubricated to original specifications. The amplifier and pre amplifier have been rebuilt with modern capacitors and tubes have been replaced. The 4 Speaker Stereo Sound System is sensational and considered one of the best sounding jukeboxes of this era. From top to bottom, inside and out, ever piece has been returned to its original beautiful glory. This machine will provide you with decades of beautiful music. Size: 165 x 76 x 71 cm. Condition: Very good. Location: USA, Las Vegas.

Lot 309

Rowe AMI JAL-200 Jukebox produced in 1963. 120 selections on 60 records. Recently shopped, plays well. Comes with key. Size: 157,5 x 84 x 66 cm. Condition: Very Good. Location: The Netherlands, Tilburg.

Lot 43

Job lot including Vintage oriental style jewellery box, soda syphon with refills, Nomad Jukebox, belt buckles & novelty petrol lighter

Lot 504

A vintage Rowe AMi jukebox, 160 selection, stereo, in faux wood laminate case, 85cm wide x 62.5cm deep x 113cm high.Good condition overall with only minor cosmetic marks and signs of age/use.  Does power up and make selections but currently not containing records and so not possible to confirm full operation.  Currently no keys.

Lot 447

A vintage NSM Consul 120 jukebox.

Lot 1

Marcel BreuerEarly and rare 'Long Chair', designed 1935-1936, produced circa 1935Laminated birch plywood.69.5 x 62.5 x 137 cm Seat manufactured by Venesta, Estonia for Isokon Furniture CompanyLtd., London, United Kingdom. Front of seat stamped MADE IN/ESTONIA. Frame manufactured by Isokon Furniture Company Ltd., London, United Kingdom. Footnotes:ProvenancePrivate collection, LondonAcquired from the above by the present owner LiteratureChristopher Wilk, Marcel Breuer Furniture and Interiors, exh. cat., Museum of Modern Art, New York, 1981, pp. 127, 145Jack Pritchard, View from a Long Chair: the memoirs of Jack Pritchard, London, 1984, front cover, frontispiece, pp. 90, 113, 120, 179Martin Eidelberg, ed., Design 1935-1965: What Modern Was, New York, 1991, p. 35Magdalena Droste, Manfred Ludewig and Bauhaus Archiv, Marcel Breuer Design, Germany, 1994, pp. 29, 132-133James Peto and Donna Loveday, eds., Modern Britain: 1929-1939, exh. cat., Design Museum, London, 1999, pp. 90, 92Charlotte and Peter Fiell, eds., Decorative Art - 1930s & 1940s, Cologne, 2000, pp. 319, 384Alastair Grieve, For Ease For Ever, London, 2004, pp. 4, 28, 30, 33, 42Hugh Aldersey-Williams, British Design, New York, 2010, p. 70Christopher Wilk, Plywood A Material Story, London, 2017, front coverGive and Take: The Cosmopolitanism of British DesignBy Glenn AdamsonINDEPENDENT WRITER AND CURATOR, NEW YORKOn the second of June, 1961, the SS Canberra - billed as the 'ship of the future' - set sail from Southhampton, bound for far-off Australia. On board were over two thousand people, about half of them intending to emigrate permanently, and a wealth of art and design. There was a restaurant and pool by Sir Hugh Casson. Harry Bertoia's diamond chairs for Knoll, upholstered in canary yellow, graced the 'crow's nest.' And down in the cleverly titled Pop Inn – a jukebox lounge – an interior by John Wright was enlivened with pyrography murals by a 23-year-old artist by the name of David Hockney.Wright's armchairs from the SS Canberra are an obvious reminder of the internationalism of British design; they were literally sent on the high seas as emissaries of a newly energised nation. But many other objects in the present sale performed similar roles, or conversely, reflected global currents of influence. Marcel Breuer's prewar 'Long Chair,' a masterwork by the great German designer, was principally manufactured in Estonia of high-quality Baltic birch. Aluminium die-casting, which Ernest Race used to such effect in his iconic BA3 chair, was pioneered in America, and first applied to furniture by Otto Wagner in Austria. Race adopted it in 1945 to take advantage of British manufacturing capacity in the metal, which had dramatically increased during World War II. Lucie Rie, born and raised in Austria, is considered the most significant of all British potters, having emigrated in 1938 to find refuge from the Nazis. Though her flared bowl with its luminous gold rim was made many years later, it reflects the refined sensibility she imbibed in prewar Vienna. Today, when Britain's role in the world is hotly debated, it is salutary to remember how very cosmopolitan its design history has been, even (and perhaps especially) in the years when its empire was breaking apart. This is true of ideas just as much as technology. The potter Bernard Leach, despite his reputation for introverted traditionalism, was actually a marvelously syncretic thinker. The 'Tree of Life' that appears on the vase in the present sale was originally inspired by ancient cave paintings in China. Leach loved the motif above all, though, because it appears in the art and mythology of so many cultures. Meanwhile, at first glance, William Plunkett – who, as it happened, created designs for another ocean liner, the QE2 – would seem to be the most British of designers. Trained at Kingston School of Art, he operated his own small manufactory in Croydon and even liked to upholster his seating in Harris Tweed. Yet he was born in India, a child of empire, and while his Epsom chair may be named for a town in Sussex it takes its stylistic cues primarily from contemporaneous French designers like Pierre Paulin.At the other end of the aesthetic spectrum from Leach's earthy earnestness and Plunkett's finely calibrated modernism, there is the rough and tumble phenomenon known as Creative Salvage. This was the design equivalent of New Wave, the post-punk movement in music, and similarly combined sharp intellectualism with a freewheeling experimental spirit. Though the movement wasn't named until 1985 (by Mark Brazier-Jones, Nick Jones, and Tom Dixon), its progenitor was Ron Arad, who had relocated to London from Tel Aviv to study architecture. His shop One Off, founded in 1981, quickly became the engine room of avant garde British design – a space where the new was both made and shown. Arad's use of found objects and materials, as seen in his Rover Chair and Tree Light, were pragmatically expedient, but also indebted to the Duchampian Readymade – an import from France and the USA. As a final example, consider Deborah Thomas, who operated in the wider orbit of Creative Salvage. She made her way into design from the London theatre scene, and showed primarily at the Notting Hill gallery Theme and Variations. All very British, you might say. Yet it's impossible to look at her compositions of shattered glass without seeing the impact of Arad's work, or equally, her anticipation of sculptural lighting that followed in the succeeding decade, notably by the German designer Ingo Maurer (whose famous Porca Miseria! fixture, made of broken crockery, was designed in 1994). So far as I know, nobody ever decked out an ocean liner with Thomas' ferociously brilliant chandeliers and sent it around the world, bearing a message of Britain's deep connections to everywhere else. Maybe the time has come?This lot is subject to the following lot symbols: TPTP Lot will be moved to an offsite storage location (Cadogan Tate, Auction House Services, 241 Acton Lane, London NW10 7NP, UK) and will only be available for collection from this location at the date stated in the catalogue. Please note transfer and storage charges will apply to any lots not collected after 14 calendar days from the auction date.For further information on this lot please visit

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Lot 4310A

A perspex frontage for a Wurlitzer Jukebox, approximately 82.5cm wide x 55.5cm tall

Lot 657

Nine Bill Haley and The Comets 7" singles and EPs, Rock n Roll, Rock Around The Clock, Dim Dim the Lights, Haley's Jukebox, etc. - Note that these records have been kept in protective vinyl sleeves for the majority of their life and overall condition is VG+/Near Mint

Lot 74

A gilt framed painting of a lady in front of Jukebox Condition Report:Available upon request

Lot 1820

A Vintage Jukebox Rowe AMI Stereo 200 Selections in embellished case. Has worked but needs refreshing.

Lot 310

DAVID BOWIE - EUROPEAN 7" COLLECTION (MAINLY PICTURE SLEEVE RELEASES). Superb collection of 34 x European (almost entirely p/s) 7" releases from The Picasso Of Pop. Titles/countries are Space Oddity (Spain, 3-10834), The Laughing Gnome (Germany, DL 25600), Drive In Saturday (Germany, 74-16321), Life On Mars? (Spain 3-10936 and Germany 74-16339), Rebel Rebel (2 x Germany 74-16398, France LPBO 5009 and Spain SPBO 9128), The Jean Genie (2 x Germany, 1 with p/s), Ragazzo SOlo, Ragazza Sola (Italian, jukebox, private, 3 copies), Heroes (including 3 x France with 2 sung in French, 1 sung in English and 3 x German with 1 sung in English, 2 sung in German), Diamond Dogs (DE), Be My Wife (FR), Sound And Vision (FR), Boys Keep Swinging (FR), Beauty And The Beast (FR), Breaking Glass (Dutch, blue), Rock 'N' Roll Suicide (DE), TVC 15 (FR), Golden Years (FR), Knock On Wood (DE), Fame (FR) and Sorrow (DE). Condition is often clean VG+ to Ex+.

Lot 114

Wurlitzer American Jukebox Selector plus Wurlitzer Magazines etc.

Lot 419

Beatles - You've Got To Hide Your Love Away (Capitol S7 18889) 1996 jukebox only orange vinyl.

Lot 377

A jukebox radio/CD player, in working order. COLLECT ONLY.

Lot 232

SUN RECORDS COLLECTION - CARL PERKINS x 7. Superb set of seven Sun singles all from the legend that is Carl Perkins. To include Sun 224 - Let The Jukebox Keep on Playing, Sun 234 - Blue Suede Shoes, Sun 243 - Boppin The Blues, Sun 249 - I'm Sorry, I'm Not Sorry, Sun 261 - Matchbox, Sun 274 - Forever Yours and Sun 287 - Glad All Over. Generally these are all in Ex to Ex+ condition.

Lot 10

Himex Spirit of St. Louis Jukebox electric rock and roll radio

Lot 98

Large Cd jukebox radio working , cd player needs attention .

Lot 717

RNR/ R&B/ COMPILATION - CD COLLECTION. A smashing genre-spanning collection of around 260 CDs. Artists/ titles include Early Girls Volume 5, The Cruizin Years, Going Back, Jukebox Jewels, Mark Lamarr's Ace Is Wild, Ace 30th Birthday Celebration inc Blues and R&B/ Garage Beat & Punk Rock/ Soul & Funk/ Rock n Roll. Girls Will Be Girls Volume 1, The Rama Story, The Rock n Roll Explosion, Teenage Crush Volume 3, Where The Girls Are Vols 1-5, The Very Best Of Cajun, Land Of 1000 Dances, The Dave Bartholomew Songbook, Billy Fury, Gary Miller, Memphis Rockabilly, The Big Bopper, Elvis Presley, Adam Faith, Chris Montez, The Drifters, Buddy Holly, Dick Dale, Freddy Cannon, Johnny Cash, Duane Eddy, Lonnie Donegan, The Four Freshman, The Crickets, The Jive Five. CDs appear to be in Excellent condition.

Lot 1084

THE SMITHS/RELATED - 7". Cool clean bundle of 9 x 7" from The Smiths and Moz. Titles are Shoplifters Of The World Unite (RT 195 A2/B1 MPO - Ex+/Ex+ lovely copy), What Difference Does It Make? (RHN 146, ltd 2008 RE, Ex+ condition), Last Night I Dreamt That Somebody Loved Me (RT 200 - Ex+/Ex), Bigmouth Strikes Again (RT 192 MPO - Ex+/Ex+ top copy), Shakespeare's Sister (RT 181, jukebox labels), The Boy With The Thorn In His Side (RT 191 - VG+ copy), Panic (RT 193 - VG+/VG+) and The Last Of The Famous International Playboys (POP 1620 - Ex/VG).

Lot 1085

THE VELVET UNDERGROUND/THE DOORS - 7". Select pack of 5 x 7" including a top rarity from the Velvets... Titles are The Velvet Underground - Who Loves The Sun c/w Sweet Jane (super scarce original 1971 UK copy on Atlantic 2091-088 - please note the record is visually graded as G+,still fine and glossy, there is a noted scratch on the A side - this however causes no issues on playback which is at least VG!) and The Doors - Hello, I Love You (double pack K 12215 - Ex records/Ex), Riders Of The Storm (EKR 131 - VG/VG+) and Light My Fire (inc. p/s and jukebox copy EKR 125, both VG condition).

Lot 397

A 1950's Hi-Fidelity Rock-Ola 120 chrome wall mounted jukebox. Not in working order.

Lot 345

CLASSIC PUNK/NEW WAVE/ALT - 7" COLLECTION. Excellent choices with this collection of around 85 x 7". Artists/titles include Various - The Devil's Jukebox (Blast First 10 x 7" box set, BFDJ 1), The Adverts - One Chord Wonders (BUY BUY 13, generic sleeve), The Membranes, The Go-Betweens, The Cure - Catch, That Petrol Emotion, I, Ludicrous, Colourbox, Sophie And Peter Johnston, Simple Minds, It's Immaterial, Robert Wyatt, Salvation, The The, OMD, Martha & The Muffins, Elvis Costello And The Attractions, The Teardrop Explodes, Wire - Outdoor Miner, PiL, The Blue Nile, The Beat, Patti Smith, The Clash, The Sundays, Lush and U2. Condition is primarily lovely Ex to Ex+.

Lot 275

An Intempo bluetooth radio in the form of a jukebox, with lead

Lot 3800

A Seeburg Jukebox Circa 1960s - Model Number DQ 76 H5 Serial Number 170117Measurements 162 Cm Height Approx                           77Cm Width Approx Jukebox In Good Overall Condition But Will Require A Service Due To Age , Comes As Found. Contains Key And Coins To Operate With 

Lot 1066

Spirit of St Louis Authenic 50's Replica AM/FM Jukebox Radio

Lot 1098

Spirit of St Louis Authenic 50's Replica AM/FM Jukebox Radio

Lot 1200

Wurlitzer Lyric Stereo Jukebox:

Lot 391

Vinyl Records - assorted albums, The Beatles, Rolling Stones, Queen, Neil Young, Kate Bush, Yes, Genesis, Temptations, Neil Diamond, Classical, James Dean, Soundtracks including Zulu, Saturday Night Fever, assorted 45s and jukebox records; large qty

Lot 36

A stunning, classic jukebox design from 1962. Comes loaded with records (as per the selection window) and can hold up to 200 titles across 100 x 7" 45rpm discs. Previously tested by the vendor prior to consignment. With US plug. Contact us for shipping options. In excellent condition.

Lot 103a

This is a Wurlitzer Elvis One More Time CD jukebox, holds 50 CDs. Eight bubble tubes and changing Lights, has coin unit but set on free play for home use, approximate measurement height 60 inches, Width 34 inches, Depth 29 inches, working order

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