The beautiful Stella 17 1/2 disc player and matching disc storage cabinet pictured is being offered in this listing. It was serviced in late February of 2016 by Roger Puls of Parma, Ohio. He is the owner of Puls, Inc. He cleaned the mechanisms, tuned the combs to the original specs taking dozens of hours to do so! , and repaired the soundboard (there was a small crack in it). When he completed his work, we had a beautiful and nostalgic vintage disc player that plays well with all functions working! There are no missing or damaged teeth in either of the dual combs. Wording on the chromed plate reads, Brevette SGOG-British Patent; D. Muster; Swiss made; Patented, Sept. 22, 1885; April 9, 1989; Aug. 2, 1897-+12748; June 29, 1897-+13796;Aug. The gold painted base plate has the number “6549″ engraved into it. The disc player was manufactured by Mermoot Freres, St. Croix, Switzerland, circa 1900. The disc player footed cabinet is made of mahogany with a nice finish for its age. Dimension are 29 1/2 wide” at the base by 22″ deep and the cabinet is 15 high There are small nail holes around the perimeter of the player lid that have been filled with wood filler many years ago. There is a drawer for the storage of discs and the original pulls are in place. There is also a brass escutcheon and a brass key for the player lid. The original crank handle with black wood knob shows nice patina wear from usage over the many years. The footed disc storage cabinet is also original to the player and is 30 1/2″ wide by 23″ deep and it is 29 1/2 tall. The original casters are in place. The keyhole opening is missing the small brass escutcheon and the key is included. I cannot assume any liability for the pieces once they leave my home. I will, however, be happy to make suggestions as to how to have it insured. Following are the titles of the discs : Silver Lake Varsoviana, circa 1889; Artist Life Waltz, circa 1896; Babes in Toyland Waltz (#99); The Wedding of the Reuben and the Maid (#774); Soi mienne Sei Mein (#350), circa 1897; Valse Bleu (#718); Creole Belles March Two Step (#788); Funeral March (#251), circa 1897; Old Heidelberg (#1208); The Gondolier (#958); Carmen-Song of the Toreedor (#221), circa 1897; The Tyrolean-Nightengale (#65). Circa 1896; Blue Bell March (#9920); Break The News to Mother (#528), circa 1889; The Diplomat March (#1025); Invitation to the Dance Waltz (#11), circa 1896; The Bells of Corneville (#236), circa 1897; MIGNON-Knowest thou that fair land (#40), circa 1896; Son of my soul Thou Saviour Dear (#342), circa 1897; Sweet Saturday Night (#847); 2 copies of Legende du vieux temps (#309); My Little Georgia House, circa 1899; The Maid and the Mummy (#1020); Moon, Moon (#824); The Mocking Bird (#117), circa 1896; Santa Lucia (#323), circa 1897; Amoureuse Valse; Bridal Chorus (#38), circa 1896; Die lustrige wittwe (#302); Always in the Way (#1142); Stories of Hoffman (#270), circa 1897; The Holy City (#417), circa 1898; So Long Mary Song (#1140); In a Cozy Corner (#816); You (#688), circa 1900; Love Me, and the World is Mine (#1264); and one disc that I cannot identify. We are a smoke free home! Thanks for looking and happy ebaying! The item “Antique Stella 17 1/2 disc player with38 discs cleaned, tuned and serviced -2016″ is in sale since Monday, March 06, 2017. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Decorative Collectibles\Music Boxes\Pre-1900″. The seller is “grandpaczerniak” and is located in Cedarville, Ohio. This item can be shipped to United States.