Weill & Hartburg (? – Apr. 12th, 1890)

Most makers made comparatively few „super“ boxes with bells, organs etc., among hundreds of more modest types. Possibly some makers were less concerned to stamp their names on their less exotic products, leaving a clear field for their agents. (Bulleid, Technology, p. 18)
It so happens that Weill and Harburg of Holburn Circus were importers of musical boxes from Geneva, and they acted as British patent agents for L.A. Grosclaude in 1875. They also patented a seldom seen tune selector and indicator (see Figure 5-6 in Bulleid, Technology, p. 18, not pictured here)

Trademark auf einer Musiktafel

Die Zusammenarbeit von Weill und Hartburg endete am 12. April 1890

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