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The World's Premier Collection of

Mechanical Musical Instruments And Mechanical Antiques For Sale


For over 30 years I have provided Mechanical Antiques to Clients All Over the World!


Below are Examples of Vintage Items I Have Supplied:


  • Carousel Band Organs by WurliTzer, Artizan Factories, & The North Tonawanda Musical Instrument Works


  • European Fairground Organs by Gavioli, Limonaire, Gasparini, Ruth & Sohn, Gebrueder Bruder, Wilhelm Bruder, Alfred Bruder, Gaudin, & Richter


  • Dance Organs by Mortier, Decap, Bursens, and Duwyn


  • Nickelodeons and Orchestrions by Seeburg, WurliTzer, Berry Wood, WurliTzer, Nelson-Wiggens, Coinola, Peerless, Cremona, Hupfeld, Philipps, Popper, Weber, Losche, Imhof & Mukle, Seybold, & Welte


  • Automatic Violin Players by Mills Novelty Company of Chicago and Hupfeld of Leipzig, Germany.  I always have a Mills Violano Virtuoso for sale!  


  • Upright Disc and Cylinder Music Boxes by Nicole Freres, Polyphon, Symphonion, Regina, Capitol, Lochmann, Komet, Kalliope, Orpheus, Fortuna, Mermod, OSMA & Palliard


  • Calliopes by National, WurliTzer, and Tangley


  • I can also supply Vintage Carousels by:  Philadelphia Toboggan Company, Dentzel, Spillman, etc.


  • Also:  Automata, Penny Arcade Machines, Upright Slot Machines, Steam Engines, Tower Chimes, Tower Clocks, & Unique Mechanical Antiques!



Would you like to acquire, sell, or learn about a

Band Organ, Orchestrion, Calliope, Fairground Organ,

Street Organ, Dance Organ, Disc Music Box,

Cylinder Music Box, Automaton, Mills Violano Virtuoso, or a Nickelodeon?


Do you want to discuss mechanical music?

Give me a call or e-mail me!



Tim Trager

McHenry, Illinois  60051

Tel:  630-269-3059


Your Expert in Mechanical Music!

Free Advice ALWAYS Given!

The BEST in the Business!






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