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Mortier 91 Key Art Deco Dance Orchastra
It’s 1947, you’re dressed in your finest attire, ready for an evening of socializing and leisure. You find yourself amongst the crowd sipping wine, mingling and dancing the night away to the music produced by a machine like this. This Mortier was built in the late 1940’s for the Crystal Palace Dance Hall in Belgium. It features an art deco case and a 91-note orchestra specifically designed for indoor use. It was completely restored at a cost of $150,000 by renown organ builder Johnny Verbeich. Its majestic sound is not produced digitally but rather with mechanical movements and real instruments. Learn More
1927 Steinway Duo-Art, Art Case Grand Piano
It is rare that one has the opportunity to hear a properly restored Steinway Duo-Art Reproducing Grand Piano these days. These Duo-Art grand pianos amazingly recreate the intricate expression and dynamics of a real pianist. They sound completely human. Watch Video
1923 Accordeo Boy
This very rare Accordeo Boy is 1 of only 2 in the US. It was imported from France where it spent its days playing music and entertaining patrons at French Bistros. Imagine sitting along the French Riviera, sipping on a glass of wine, while he plays his beautiful music for you.
1928 Bodson Double Tino (coming soon)
Similar to the Accordio boy but with the addition of the drummer boy. Both characters are animated with moving heads and facial expressions. Learn More
Link Piano and Organ Company
Manufactured from 1900 to 1932 Link focused on orchestration and theater pipe organs. This orchestration plays music fed to it from paper rolls.
From a Mae West to the Happy Days Jukebox, this collection features beautifully restored Jukeboxes and rare auxiliary speakers.
This calliope was built into a Ford Model A. It's cute and mobile!