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Seeburg Style C Cabinet Piano
by Don Teach

seeburgCcab.jpg (116 kb)

This is the only photograph I have of the Cabinet Model Seeburg Style C coin piano.  I searched the Web and could not find a photo of a complete C with the art glass so MMD can now be the first to have a picture.

The C cabinet piano was introduced late in the coin piano field in 1927.  Most known machines date from 1927.  They had a xylophone in the bottom of the cabinet.  They are very rare today with less than 15 known examples.  It has the three-way volume control which was a late feature.

The Seeburg L cabinet piano was slightly smaller by two inches and contained only the piano without the xylophone.  Seeburg L models were made for over 10 years.

Don Teach - Shreveport Music Co.
15 Feb 2012 15:09:07 -0600

16 February 2012

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