Imhof & Mukle

"Founded in 1845 at Vöhrenbach, Baden, Germany, the firm opened an office and showroom at 46 Oxford Street, London, in 1870 and in 1883 at 110 New Oxford Street. Musical-instrument makers of repute, they were makers of barrel-playing orchestrions and exhibited at the 1862 exhibition in London. They later had an address at 547 Oxford Street, and were agents for various makers of musical boxes including Stella, Polyphon and Regina, these last two being supplied to them by Henry Klein & Co. of Wardour Street. Mukle was a descendant of a Black Forset flute-playing clockmaker. The firm is still in business today as Imhof´s, a retailer of radio, television sets, tape-recorders, records and so on."
(Ord-Hume, Music Box, 1980,  S. 308)

Imhof & Mukle,
110 New Oxford Street, London

Siehe PVF ohne Nummer

Informationen zu zum Orchestrionmacher Daniel Imhof, 1825–1900:

Siehe Thibouville-Lamy N° 2364