Banjo Player Automaton by Gustav Vichy, Paris, France, c. 1900

Nov 17
2017
Banjo Player Automaton by Gustav Vichy, Paris, France, c. 1900


Banjo Player Automaton by Gustav Vichy, Paris, France, c. 1900


Banjo Player Automaton by Gustav Vichy, Paris, France, c. 1900


Banjo Player Automaton by Gustav Vichy, Paris, France, c. 1900, the black musician with a striped band wheat straw skimmer hat atop of his head, black and burgundy striped silk ruffled shirt, black velvet waist vest with watch chains draped to his vest pockets, and holding a five-string banjo, when the clockwork movement is activated, music begins and the musician starts strumming the banjo, turns, cocks his head, blinks his glass eyes, and sticks out his tongue, all mounted to a center molded pedestal base with small brass plaque below reading in part G. Vichy Modele Depose/5 Articles Francais, ht. Video will open in a new window. Note: This automaton was passed down through the present owner’s family, remaining in the family estate in Ossining, New York, until the 1960s. In the 1970s the restoration of this piece began under the guidance of Art Sanders, who owned the Lamplighter Shop and Musical Museum in Deansboro, New York. The Musical Museum, founded by Sanders, was known for its collection and expertise in musical instruments and automatons. The item “Banjo Player Automaton by Gustav Vichy, Paris, France, c. 1900″ is in sale since Thursday, November 16, 2017. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Decorative Collectibles\Music Boxes\Pre-1900″. The seller is “movementking” and is located in Roscoe, New York. This item can be shipped to United States.

Banjo Player Automaton by Gustav Vichy, Paris, France, c. 1900

Aug 13
2017
Banjo Player Automaton by Gustav Vichy, Paris, France, c. 1900


Banjo Player Automaton by Gustav Vichy, Paris, France, c. 1900


Banjo Player Automaton by Gustav Vichy, Paris, France, c. 1900


Banjo Player Automaton by Gustav Vichy, Paris, France, c. 1900, the black musician with a striped band wheat straw skimmer hat atop of his head, black and burgundy striped silk ruffled shirt, black velvet waist vest with watch chains draped to his vest pockets, and holding a five-string banjo, when the clockwork movement is activated, music begins and the musician starts strumming the banjo, turns, cocks his head, blinks his glass eyes, and sticks out his tongue, all mounted to a center molded pedestal base with small brass plaque below reading in part G. Vichy Modele Depose/5 Articles Francais, ht. Video will open in a new window. Note: This automaton was passed down through the present owner’s family, remaining in the family estate in Ossining, New York, until the 1960s. In the 1970s the restoration of this piece began under the guidance of Art Sanders, who owned the Lamplighter Shop and Musical Museum in Deansboro, New York. The Musical Museum, founded by Sanders, was known for its collection and expertise in musical instruments and automatons. The item “Banjo Player Automaton by Gustav Vichy, Paris, France, c. 1900″ is in sale since Monday, August 07, 2017. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Decorative Collectibles\Music Boxes\Pre-1900″. The seller is “movementking” and is located in Roscoe, New York. This item can be shipped to United States.

Banjo Player Automaton by Gustav Vichy, Paris, France, c. 1900

Jul 23
2017
Banjo Player Automaton by Gustav Vichy, Paris, France, c. 1900


Banjo Player Automaton by Gustav Vichy, Paris, France, c. 1900


Banjo Player Automaton by Gustav Vichy, Paris, France, c. 1900


Banjo Player Automaton by Gustav Vichy, Paris, France, c. 1900, the black musician with a striped band wheat straw skimmer hat atop of his head, black and burgundy striped silk ruffled shirt, black velvet waist vest with watch chains draped to his vest pockets, and holding a five-string banjo, when the clockwork movement is activated, music begins and the musician starts strumming the banjo, turns, cocks his head, blinks his glass eyes, and sticks out his tongue, all mounted to a center molded pedestal base with small brass plaque below reading in part G. Vichy Modele Depose/5 Articles Francais, ht. Video will open in a new window. Note: This automaton was passed down through the present owner’s family, remaining in the family estate in Ossining, New York, until the 1960s. In the 1970s the restoration of this piece began under the guidance of Art Sanders, who owned the Lamplighter Shop and Musical Museum in Deansboro, New York. The Musical Museum, founded by Sanders, was known for its collection and expertise in musical instruments and automatons. The item “Banjo Player Automaton by Gustav Vichy, Paris, France, c. 1900″ is in sale since Saturday, July 22, 2017. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Decorative Collectibles\Music Boxes\Pre-1900″. The seller is “movementking” and is located in Roscoe, New York. This item can be shipped to United States.

RARE GUSTAV REBICEK, PRAGUE MUSIC BOX ESTATE BUY NR FREE SHIPPING

May 07
2016
RARE GUSTAV REBICEK, PRAGUE MUSIC BOX ESTATE BUY NR FREE SHIPPING


RARE GUSTAV REBICEK, PRAGUE MUSIC BOX ESTATE BUY NR FREE SHIPPING


RARE GUSTAV REBICEK, PRAGUE MUSIC BOX ESTATE BUY NR FREE SHIPPING


RARE GUSTAV REBICEK, PRAGUE MUSIC BOX ESTATE BUY NR FREE SHIPPING


RARE GUSTAV REBICEK, PRAGUE MUSIC BOX ESTATE BUY NR FREE SHIPPING


RARE GUSTAV REBICEK, PRAGUE MUSIC BOX ESTATE BUY NR FREE SHIPPING


RARE GUSTAV REBICEK, PRAGUE MUSIC BOX ESTATE BUY NR FREE SHIPPING


RARE GUSTAV REBICEK, PRAGUE MUSIC BOX ESTATE BUY NR FREE SHIPPING


RARE GUSTAV REBICEK, PRAGUE MUSIC BOX ESTATE BUY NR FREE SHIPPING


Fresh from a local estate. This stunning music box has an 8 roller & plays perfectly, but the stop lever isn’t functioning. The cabinet has beautiful burl inlay on the top. The upper left quarter has a slight rise or bubble, which you can see in the fifth picture. Barely noticeable and nothing loose or broken. Songs from the opera’Prodana Nevesta’ – The Bartered Bride. Rozmysli se Marenko Rozmysli plus more. 14″x6 1/2″x5. Thank you & good luck! Here is a video of the music box being played. The item “RARE GUSTAV REBICEK, PRAGUE MUSIC BOX ESTATE BUY NR FREE SHIPPING” is in sale since Tuesday, May 03, 2016. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Decorative Collectibles\Music Boxes\Pre-1900″. The seller is “willie51″ and is located in Appleton, Wisconsin. This item can be shipped worldwide.

  • Country//Region of Manufacture: Czech Republic

INCREDIBLE c. 1880 GUSTAV UHLIG MUSIC BOX

Jun 22
2014
INCREDIBLE c. 1880 GUSTAV UHLIG MUSIC BOX


INCREDIBLE c. 1880 GUSTAV UHLIG MUSIC BOX


INCREDIBLE c. 1880 GUSTAV UHLIG MUSIC BOX


INCREDIBLE c. 1880 GUSTAV UHLIG MUSIC BOX


INCREDIBLE c. 1880 GUSTAV UHLIG MUSIC BOX


INCREDIBLE c. 1880 GUSTAV UHLIG MUSIC BOX


INCREDIBLE c. 1880 GUSTAV UHLIG MUSIC BOX


1880 gustav uhlig music box. We are proud to offer for sale this glorious music box brought to you by gustav uhlig.

The box plays a 14 disc and plays it beautifully. It features the original picture on the inside of the lid and measures approximately 15 7/8″ wide and 10″ tall. Thank you kindly for your consideration. Are listed in each of our listings.

1880 GUSTAV UHLIG MUSIC BOX” is in sale since Saturday, June 21, 2014. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Decorative Collectibles\Music Boxes\Pre-1900″. The seller is “dounial” and is located in Davenport, Iowa. This item can be shipped worldwide.

 

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