A Royal Restoration for a Rock-Ola Princess

The Rock-Ola Princess was first released in 1962, in the Silver Age of Jukeboxes. Holding up to 50 records, it sports a ‘visible mechanism’ wherein the viewer can see the records being physically selected and played through its narrow, arched glass. The Princess is well-known as being the smallest free-standing model of these visible mechanism jukeboxes, with 8,500 of them produced.

The Princess was manufactured by Rock-Ola, who have the distinction of being the last American jukebox company still in business. This particular example of the increasingly rare Princess has undergone a painstaking restoration at the hands of our specialists, all of which is detailed in the video below


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