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Q: My mother was given a 1967 Wurlitzer Model 3100 jukebox. Where is the best place to sell it and what is it worth?

A: The Rudolph Wurlitzer Co. was in business in Cincinnati from 1853 to 1988. It sold pianos made abroad before starting to manufacture its own coin-operated pianos in the 1880s. The company eventually made other musical instruments and manufactured jukeboxes from 1934 to 1974. Your late model is not worth as much as earlier ones, but if it works it could sell for about $700. You will find websites that post jukeboxes for sale, but you could also try a live auction that specializes in coin-operated machines. You can find those online, too.


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