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World of Mechanical Music

Oak House
High Street
GL54 3ET
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Speciality: Specialising in self playing musical instruments, and clocks, and their restoration.

We have possibly the best selection of musical boxes for sale to be found anywhere, all put into the best possible condition by our unique team of craftsmen. We also take on all kinds of restoration for clients from all over the world, who require top quality work. We also have a large and varied collection of musical boxes, polyphons, player pianos and organs, and automata, which are presented as a live entertainment in a period setting.

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