A Wurlitzer 750-C jukebox
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A Wurlitzer 750-C jukebox

CIRCA 1935-1950

Details
A Wurlitzer 750-C jukebox
CIRCA 1935-1950
With plaque to the reverse numbered 768629, the plastic panels probably replaced
144 cm. high
See illustration
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Christie's charges a Buyer's premium calculated at 23.205% of the hammer price for each lot with a value up to €110,000. If the hammer price of a lot exceeds €110,000 then the premium for the lot is calculated at 23.205% of the first €110,000 plus 11.9% of any amount in excess of €110,000. Buyer's Premium is calculated on this basis for each lot individually.

Lot Essay

In the late 1930's and throughout the 1940's, the styling of Wurlitzer Jukeboxes was taken to a new level by a gifted designer named Paul Fuller. Among the models introduced during the early 40's were the 700, 750, and 850. With their sophisticated and artistic use of plastics, glass, and wood, these designs became instant classics. This established Wurlitzer as a definitive force within the industry.
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