Regina Double Comb 15-1/2" Music Box
A view from the front: golden oak, lovely rope molding all the way around.
Here is another view. The crank is a nice replacement, the lid print is a stunning new lithograph, and this music box is really a standout.
Picture of the lid.
The bedplate and combs. No missing or broken teeth or tips, all the starwheels are free and unbroken.
Another view. Just minor patina on the the combs.
Here are the discs that come with this Regina: The Mountain King Song by King (1865); Abide With Me Hymn by Monk (1894); Two Sweethearts Song by Trevelyan (1672); Mid the Green Fields of Virginia by Harris (1734); Flower Song by Lange (1002); Bill Bailey Won't You Please Come Home Song by Cannon (1983); Cadet Two-Step by Schleiffarth (1580); An Aural Misunderstanding by Edwards (1968); I Don't Care if Yo' Nebber Comes Back by Rosenfeld (1598); My Old Kentucky Home by Foster (1260).
This Regina Music Box was the most popular model in the Regina line, and listening to it makes it clear why! The sound is rich and full and with lovely tonal qualities. This machine was built in 1896 and came out of storage in Davis, California a few months ago. We restored the cabinet and mechanism, made all adjustments, and this music box is ready to go for another 100 years! Comes with 10 discs to play. Be sure to check out the video and listen to it playing!
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