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Bidders played some merry tunes at Leonard's
By Nancy Kelly WESTLAND, Mich. — Music played a beautiful tune at a recent online offering by Leonard’s Auction Service. A 1920s J. P. Seeburg Piano Company tiger oak nickelodeon coin operated player piano stood 62 inches tall by 46 inches wide. It had stained glass panels on the top front with working backlights. The Emerson motor and mechanical inner works as well as the cabinet itself were all in excellent condition.