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Stanton’s
Spring Music Machine Auction

To be held on the Eaton County Fairgrounds, at 1025 S. Cochran Avenue,
Charlotte, Michigan

Thursday afternoon, April 24, 12:00-2:00 P.M.
Luncheon, then at 2 PM Lots 1–299 being sold

Friday morning, April 25, 9:00 A.M.
Selling Lots 300–600 (Plus a, b, c lots & unlisted items)

Saturday morning, April 26, 9:00 A.M.
Selling Lots 601–End

Another fantastic auction of automatic music machines including an impressive group of music boxes, phonographs, roller organs, Mill’s Violano Virtuoso player violin, nickelodeon, jukeboxes, records, antique dolls & automatons, bird cages, rare bird clock, scientific items, toys, and so much more

Already included from many excellent collections and estates is a strong representation of antique cylinder and disc music boxes, phonographs, a Mills Violano Virtuoso (player violin), Wurlitzer jukeboxes, a very rare Mills Chicago freestanding oak slot machine with original cylinder music box and many other rare and collectible examples of all types. Also included is a rare Mermod Freres Interchangeable music box w/base cabinet from the northeastern part of the United States that has been in the family for over 80 years, machines from an Estate on Long Island, New York, as well as machines from the collection of Oliver Berliner, J.B. Lea of Florida, Norman Foster, and many others.

Stanton’s Auctioneers specialize in the sale of antique music machines. We are already scheduling our travel plans for the remainder of 2014, to look at and pickup collections across the United States and Canada as we plan and prepare for our November 20, 21, and 22, 2014 auction.

Steven E. Stanton
517-331-8150 cellular/days or 517-852-0627 evenings stevenestanton@att.net evening e-mail

Stanton’s Auctioneers, Appraisers, and Realtors
144 South Main Street, PO Box 146, Vermontville, MI 49096
(517) 726-0181 Office, (517) 726-0060 Fax
E-mail: stantonsauctions@sbcglobal.net
Website: www.stantons-auctions.com

Stanton’s Auctioneers & Appraisers, established in 1954, are specialists in the field of antique automatic music machines. We have conducted the sale of this type of machines for not only private collectors, but also estates, personal representatives & trustees, and museums from around the United States and Canada. References are available. Fully insured and bonded. Call for more information.