Jukebox Prices are Jump, Jump, Jumping!

There was a day and age when it seemed like almost every bar and restaurant had a jukebox. While you’ll still come across these every now and again, they’re not nearly as popular. And with that, vintage machines are increasing in price.

Let’s take a look at a few recent jukebox sales:

  • Wurlitzer jukebox, model 1080 (1947): $18,000
  • AMI jukebox, model J200 (1959): $3,840
  • AMI Auto Mix jukebox, model XJDB200 (1962): $14,400
  • Tonomat Jukebox, panoramic 200 (1950s): $6,000
  • Seeburg Jukebox, model ESX 100 (1972): $307

Here’s a list of the most popular vintage jukebox companies:

  • Wurlitzer: Founded in 1853, Wurlitzer is one of the most well-known and respected jukebox manufacturers in history. They produced some of the most iconic jukeboxes from the 1930s to the 1960s.
  • Rock-Ola: Founded in 1927, Rock-Ola is another prominent jukebox manufacturer known for producing high-quality, stylish machines.
  • Seeburg: Founded in 1902, Seeburg produced jukeboxes from the 1930s to the 1970s. They were known for their innovative technology and high-quality sound systems.
  • AMI: Founded in 1909, AMI (Automatic Musical Instruments) produced jukeboxes from the 1930s to the 1960s. They were known for their iconic bubbler design, which featured colorful bubbles that floated up and down behind the record selection buttons.

Do you have an old jukebox in your basement? Have you come across a vintage model for sale? Consider learning more about its history. You may have something of great value on your hands!

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