Lot 1338
Regina Double-Comb 15-1/2 in. Music Box with (62) Discs
Lot Details & Additional Photographs
Circa 1900, the brass bedplate marked REGINA with serial number 53492, case of mahogany and mahogany veneers, on bun feet, the lid's underside a muse amid performing putti. Includes crank and key.

Discs include: Verlassen, Verlassen; (2) Cavelieria Rusticana; The Bridge; Only a Pansy Blossom; Thee Mockingbird; Artist's Life; The Wacht am Rhein; While the Dance Goes On; Stephania-Govotte; White Christmas; Sweet By and By; Old Oaken Bucket; On A Saturday Night; Only One Girl; Poet and Peasant; Policy Sam Cakewalk; Put Me Off At Buffalo; Rag-Knots; Roses From the South; Rosita Song; Say Au Revoir, But Not Goodbye; Scorcher March; Send In The Clowns; Starlight March Song; Straun Robertson; Susie Anna Song; Swannie River; Jolly Coppersmith; Just Tell Them That You Saw Me; Kathleen Mavourenne; La Poloma; A LIttle Boy in Blue; Loin Du Ball; The Lost Chord; Loves Old Sweet Song; From Heart To Heart; Mister Dooley; Mister Johnson; Monastery Bells; Mosquitos Parade; Mockingbird Song; Honolulu Lady; Nanon Mazurka; New Bully; Norduca Waltz; Nearer My God To Thee; Ain't You Coming Back to Old New Hampshire Molly; At A Georgia Camp Meeting; Austrian National Hymn; Beau Ideal; The Blue Danube; Car Barlick Acid- Ragtime; Champagne Gallop; Dixie's Land; Dolly Varden- The Lay of the Jay; Don't You Have No Friends; The Enquirer Club March; Gilmore's Band; Hail, Columbia; Honeymoon March; I Didn't Raise My Boy To Be A Soldier; Invincible Eagle March; Creole Belles; Das Mailufter.

13-1/2 x 22 x 19-3/4 in.

Private Collection of Music Boxes, North Carolina

Mechanism will play discs, however the STOP/START lever needs adjustment; one comb lacks 11 teeth while the other lacks one tooth; the lid's lithograph is a reproduction; expected small marks from use; key does not lock the internal mechanism. Overall good condition