An extremely rare 15.1/2-inch Regina auto-change disk music box china cabinet,
Circa 1906, Style 335, one of only eleven thought to have been manufactured,
with machine patent dates up to 1899,
with twelve-disc disc-caddy on auto-change select, massive single-spring motor with single governor for disk-lift and drive, full disk bar over grouped sublime-harmony combs, crank spindle from the front right-side, on twin-level reeded gilt cast bedplate, in highly scarce figured and toned pollard oak breakfront-bowed china cabinarium, with swept moulded cornice and plain flat top, the central glazed front flanked by long fall glazed doors with adjustable cloud-profile glass shelves, smaller single shelves below, all with mirror-glass backs, the musical movement positioned behind the bow-fronted stained glass door with gilt fret spandrels, under which a geometric pattern comprising central crown with lyre, naturalistic leaf swags and bluebell-form heads compliments the crackled white glass ground, all original leading, on cabriole supports with hairy lion paw feet, with the original crank and door keys -
62in high, 53.1/2in wide 21in deep max.