Major Jukebox Mfg., since 1927 produced their most
Jukeboxes in the 1930s in ART DECO Style.
The rarest make of the late 1920s and 1930s Jukeboxes,
made for the movie start market. Very elaborate,
state-of-the-art and very expensive.
Chicago based company produced coin operated machines.
After the advent of the electric amplifier they began producing
Jukeboxes in the 1930s. Several models were made in a true
ART DECO STYLE,one of them is the 1936 GABEL ARISTOCRAT.
The first light-up Jukebox was made in 1936.
All GABEL machines are very rare!
Rates among the best known coin-op producers and mfg.
Among the 1930s jukeboxes, the 1937 MILL STUDIO
(prod. Only 2600) is one the most fascinating and desirable
machines. The light-up models are collectable as well.
ROCKOLA, SEEBURG, WURLITZER
Produced a large selection of all wood and light-up jukeboxes.
Most of these models are not as desirable as the above mentioned Mfgs.