Auction Team Breker – www.breker.com Specialists in Technical Antiques and Musical Box Auctions.
John Cowderoy Antiques Ltd – www.johncowderoyantiques.co.uk The Clock and Musical-box Centre, Eastbourne. This friendly Family run business was established in 1973 by John and Ruth Cowderoy, and is continued today by their elder son David.
Dean Organ Builders – www.deanorganbuilders.co.uk For manufacture, service & repair of mechanical organs, organ parts & perforated music books. ‘The Music Box Shop’ For new music boxes, musical movements & music box parts www.shop4musicboxes.co.uk
Laurence Fisher – www.lfisherconsultancy.co.uk. For singing birds and golden-age automata restoration and maintenance. Probate, valuation, research and sales service for all fields of mechanical music. Directed by established specialist Laurence Fisher.
Stephen T.P. Kember Ltd – www.antiquemusicalboxrepair.info Specialist in Antique Cylinder and Disc Musical Boxes. Restoration Service available.
Hobby’s – www.hobby.uk.com Hobby’s have become well known amongst the modelling public for their comprehensive Annuals. Revised yearly, as the name suggests, this famous catalogue runs to over 300 pages and is crammed full of all manner of model hobby products, with the product range extending into most of the different craft and modelling disciplines.
Johan Goyvaerts – http://www.johangoyvaerts.be Collector and dealer in antique cylinder musical boxes.
A.J.Weir – email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Grange Musical Collection – email email@example.com A unique collection of self-playing musical instruments. Open days. Talks and demonstrations by appointment.
The Musical Museum at Kew Bridge – www.musicalmuseum.co.uk Be amazed by a fascinating collection of self-playing musical instruments. See and hear wonderful inventions, including musical boxes, orchestrions and self-playing pianos and violins. Musical tours all year round.
Mechanical Museum Northleach – www.mechanicalmuseum.co.uk Open daily throughout the year with conducted tours and demonstrations of some of the wonderful instruments in the collection. A unique team of specialist craftsmen is employed in the museum workshop keeping the collection in good order, preparing instruments for sale in the museum shop and undertaking private commissions.
Siegfried’s Mechanisches Musikkabinett –www.smmk.de This delightful museum is housed in a 15th century half-timbered manor house in the town of Rudesheim on the River Rhine. There are around 350 exhibits, many of which are demonstrated on the 45 minute tours, some of which take place in English.
Deutsches Automaten Museum – www.deutsches-automatenmuseum.de This museum in the grounds of Schloss Benkhausen, Espelkamp, contains a unique collection of coin-in-the-slot machines from around the world.
Like Minded Associations
Musical Box Society International – www.mbsi.org
Gesellschaft fur Selbstspielende Musikinstrumente e V – www.musica-mechanica.de
Schweizerscher Verein der Freunde Mechanischer Musik – www.sfmm.ch
Associazione Italiana Musica Meccanica – www.ammi-italia.com
Mechanical Organ Owners Society – mechanicalorganownerssociety.weebly.com
Mechanical Music Radio – http://www.mechanicalmusicradio.com