Here is an impressive sample of some of the early and rare mechanical musical instruments that we display.
Hand Decorated Phonograph Horns
Original hand painted Morning Glory phonograph horns.
Early Mills Violano
Exquisite machine self playing a Folsom Violin Circa 1914
Cylinder phonograph model by American Graphophone Circa 1894
Encore Banjo Machine
Original Banjo machine made in 1897. The first pneumatically operated American instrument.
A large selection of Thomas Edison models and contemporaries from the turn of the 20th Century.
Trade Mark Model Ca. 1899
RCA Victor 7" Television
Made only in 1946 the year after ww2.
Jukebox Circa 1943
Thibouville-Lamy Two Figure Automato
Circa 1865 twenty key barrel organ with two automaton monkey musicians.
Audion Radio Receiver
Circa 1914 early wireless receiver utilizing the first DeForest tube.
A 25 minute film about the life and inventions of Thomas Edison.
Glass Sided Table Model Disc Phonograph Circa 1910
Bruder Band Organ
Fair ground organ made in Werldkirch, Germany circa 1922.
The Mark Twain Organ
Aeolian Grand Orchestrelle Model YCirca 1901
21-1/2" Disc Table Model Music Box with double comb movement.
Frati Trumpeton Hurdy-Gurdy
Hand Powered Barrel Pipe Organ utilizing Brass Trumpet Horns.
Samuel-Troll Orchestrelle Bell Box
Instruments included are two music box combs, nine saucer bells, and a 24 key reed organ. Ca. 1880
Hand powered Pipe and Reed automatic organs.