This spectacular machine left the factory about January 1900, and consists of a 2-volt Class “M” type motor driving a “Concert” playing mechanism. Designed to operate by dropping a nickel in the slot, this machine originally sold for a whopping $150.00, and was always equipped with a 24” brass horn as seen here. Ear tubes would have made the reproduction from a five inch “Concert” cylinder painfully loud. This machine was designed to entertain a large room. A superb example of a very rare machine.