A Seeburg Orchestrion, Model J,
Circa 1916, with the 'Capitol Building' stained art glass panel,
8846 stamped to the piano pinblock
With a total of 68 pipes with thirty-four for each violin and flute ranks, piano with mandolin attachment, twenty-two note xylophone accompaniment, with triangle and castanets and a solo capacity to the xylophone and pipes, in brilliantly figured Circassian walnut case, with the panel infils to front, sides and pediment ends, the main study to the front of the Illinois State Capitol building, with trees to foreground, good attention to cloud-laced sky overhead, flanking panels of opposing flowers within check-green and white border frame, blind arch to the triple panels extending to the front with matching geometric crosses, all illuminated from behind, the plain polished case with straight top, eight-scroll column head details to three-quarter height, keyboard underside supports continuing to the pediment with open top and base sides, plain but beautifully figured lower panel, on pillar-plinthed base, on wheels.
With five 10-tune rolls.
6' high 5'7" wide 3' deep