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SWISS CYLINDER MUSIC BOX, Mermod Freres,
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SWISS CYLINDER MUSIC BOX, Mermod Freres, Ste. Croix, Switzerland, serial #43585, c. 1890, having an 5-5/8" cylinder and 5" single comb, exterior crank...

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