Antique American Regina oak disc music box, circa 1899. This antique Regina disc music box features an oak cabinet with original finish and original artwork inside the lid. The Regina music box plays 15.5″ discs. This Regina was made in Rahway NJ and left the factory on May 26, 1899. It comes with 10 original discs and a six month warranty.
The first disc music box company to go into mass production was Symphonion in Leipzig, Germany. The new industry was quickly growing and had a huge potential in America, so Symphonion sent a group of employees over to establish the Regina Music Box Company in Rahway, NJ, in 1892. This new disc music box was very popular as it allowed the owner to continually purchase new songs for their music box.
10″H x 21.25″W x 19″D