Coke Mini Jukebox
This collector’s item is a miniature table-top coin-operated music-playing device (referred to as a “jukebox”) featuring Coca-Cola. It is a replica of the well-known 1950s Seeburg Wall-O-Matic jukebox that entertained customers at their tables for years.
This music player has both a ¢10 coin deposit slot and a ¢25 coin deposit slot. When a coin is inserted, a green light flashes. In addition, this mini jukebox has a list of songs that Coca-Cola has used in its commercials.
The song list is divided into two columns with five songs in each column. The songs are listed (in chronological order as follows:
- I’d Like To Buy The World A Coke (1971)
- Look Up America (1972)
- Country Sunshine (1973)
- Coke Adds Life (1976)
- Have A Coke And A Smile (1979)
- Coke Is It! (1982)
- We’ve Got A Taste For You (1985)
- Red, White & You (1987)
- Dancing – Can’t Beat The Feeling (1989)
- Always Coca-Cola (1993)
Additionally, this item has push tabs that each display a different letter from the alphabet which are used for making song selections. When an alphabetical tab is pushed, the machine plays either an excerpt from the song “I’d Like To Buy The World A Coke” from the 1971 musical Coke commercial or an excerpt from the song “It’s The Real Thing” from the 1972 musical Coke commercial.
The Coke Mini Jukebox is an official Coca-Cola licensed product (model #JB 67014) released in 1996 by Enesco. It is made of metal, measures approximately 6″ W x 3″ D x 6.25″ H, and uses three AA batteries (batteries not included).
Furthermore, the Coke Mini Jukebox is in near-mint condition. To see it in action, visit our YouTube Channel. This item makes a great gift for collectors and Coca-Cola enthusiasts.
You may also enjoy our Miniature Coca-Cola Vending Machine.
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