Criterion music box on stand. This is a fine quality instrument. A large part of its value is due to the fact that both its mechanism and its cabinet are in good, original condition. Also, they are seldom seen with their original matching stands. Criterion music boxes were made by F. G. Otto & Sons in Jersey City, NJ, from 1896 to about 1910. Your #4811 mahogany-cased music box, on matching stand, with 38 discs
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