Included for your consideration in this lot is a Seeburg 100 Wall-O-Matic model 3W-1, wall mount jukebox. The piece was crafted in Chicago, ILL in the 1950's, and shows a wonderful chromed steel case, anodized blue title holders, translucent red buttons, and even including the original key. These wall mount juke box controllers would sit in a personal booth in a diner, or soda parlor - put in 10¢ or 25¢, select your song, and a system located in the back of the establishment will pump your track straight to your booth. The machine is marked "Seeburg 100 Wall-O-Matic" on the display window, "Type 3W-1 - ... Seeburg Corp. - Chicago, U.S.A." on the inside of the main cover, along with user instruction. The machine itself reads "10¢/25¢ - 4 Plays Quarter - 1 Play-Dime" on the top of the machine, and has 20 numerical, and alphabetical selection buttons across the bottom. The machine boasts the true craftsmanship of early American tradesmen, weighing in at just over 20 pounds, for a machine which measures 12 1/2" wide, 13 3/4" tall, and approximately 6" deep. The jukebox is in good, complete condition, though it remains untested - pages turn excellently, buttons show good operation, and chrome appears to be 90% + condition.