The J.P. Seeburg Piano Company of Chicago was one of the two largest makers of coin-operated and player pianos in the U.S. from 1909-1928–second only to the giant Wurlitzer company. Seeburg products are a favorite of many collectors thanks to their excellent music performance, beautiful oak cabinets, art glass, and mechanical durability. This Seeburg model does not contain a keyboard. Instead, it uses piano roll technology to play the piano mechanism. It is coin operated, costing 10 cents to play.
Cabinet Piano Style L “Lilliputian”