The Seeburg M100C was introduced in 1952 and is a particularly pretty machine, with its bold chrome grille framed by attractive multi-coloured rotating columns. Like many Seeburg designs it was striking and original, showing what could be achieved with a fresh approach and inspiring many imitators.

Seeburg was founded way back in 1902 and in addition to manufacturing a wide variety of musical and vending equipment over the decades, they also went on to introduce many innovative jukebox features that were later adopted by other companies.

Their Select-o-Matic record selection mechanism is case in point, with its trademark design feature of holding all the records in a vertical row. They are played in this vertical orientation too, which is markedly different to most jukeboxes of the era which would take the disks from a circular carousel and place them on a conventional turntable. The M100C holds 50 45rpm records thereby yielding a total of 100 selections with A and B sides.

All of our vintage products are sourced to order and restored in our workshops in Surrey by our talented in-house team. 

We offer a grade A1 restoration as standard. We do not use a 'restoration checklist' as every component is checked and refurbished as part of our uncompromising refurbishment process.

We are thorough and comprehensive throughout and are striving to deliver a machine that is near to how it came out of the factory. All of our restoration work is guaranteed by our one-year on-site parts and labour warranty. 


Music and Title Cards Pricing

Music itself is an important part of our business, as reflected by our treasured music library, so we are able to help you source and create the perfect playlist. We also make all of the title cards in original typewriter font – so if you’re a bit stuck for choice, we are only too happy to help.

The charge for vintage records is £15 + VAT per record, this covers most records however some are highly collectable for which we have to pay a premium and are charge at a higher price. The title card service is £150 + VAT.

It is quite an involved process supply records as we buy them in from dealers or collectors, they will only guarantee the "A" side, so often many records do not pass with us because we always supply records with playable "B" sides as well as the "A".

The centres are then cut (big hole centres) which also leads to some breakage as some of the records split due to their age. Finally they are hand washed and then played both "A" and "B" side on a gramophone for sound quality, only then are they fit to go on the Jukebox. The final check is again playing "A" and "B" side as you would hear it on your Jukebox.

It's all about delivering good quality sound for our clients and if you are investing in a vinyl jukebox the standard of the records have to demonstrate the high standard of our restorations.

Please contact us if you are interested in our music library service.


  • Dimensions: (H) 136cm x (W) 89cm x (D) 66cm
  • Imperial Dimensions: (H) 53.5" x (W) 35" x (D) 26"
  • Made in the USA
  • Year: 1952
  • Vinyl Capacity: 50
  • Rotating mutli-coloured side columns
  • This jukebox will be restored to order in our Surrey workshops to Grade A1 condition
  • Record sourcing and title card service available


  • Free UK delivery
  • Please see here for further delivery information & exceptions
  • Please contact us for an international shipping quotation

Original 1952 Seeburg M100C Vinyl Jukebox

This vintage jukebox will be sourced to order and restored in our in-house workshops. Due to the rarity of some vintage items and the varying degrees of their pre-restored condition it is not possible to give each product an exact lead time. Please contact us for more information.
Lead time to be confirmed.

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