Value of Jukebox?

An old jukebox.Would like to know value of this jukebox.


Information on the back of a jukebox.

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March 27, 20220 found this helpful
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This is a Rowe-AMI Jukebox O "The Band Stand" JAO-200 from 1965/1966
I found Rowe-AMI JAO Bandstand jukebox from 1966  with original keys, 100 record capacity (200 selections), no coins required, the price $750, pick up only
The price of another Rowe Ami JAO is EUR 1.350
Elections work, amp needs an overhaul.


Maybe you need also a Rowe/AMI Model JAO Bandstand service and parts manual & troubleshooting guide
Service Manual Rowe/AMI JAO


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March 26, 20220 found this helpful

This one is asking $1200


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March 26, 20220 found this helpful

This Rowe Jukebox sold for $300:
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March 26, 20220 found this helpful

This is a Rowe jukebox, and it depends on what shape it is in, also working parts. There is a market for them and still collectible. You can also sell the parts if not working. They can value from $500-to up in the $1000's.

March 27, 20220 found this helpful

I found several ROWE AMI Bandstand JAO Jukeboxes:

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1966 Rowe AMI Band Stand 200 45 rpm record jukebox model JAO $99


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March 27, 20220 found this helpful

Your jukebox looks to be in good condition but it's very difficult to really judge condition with only one small picture.
Value will be based on the overall working condition as well as the outward appearance. Also, jukeboxes are rarely shipped due to the cost as well as the possible damage to the machine.
This means your location will most likely be a big factor in the final value of your jukebox.
Do you happen to know if any brand of jukebox has sold in your area over the past 6-12 months?


If not, you may have to list your jukebox high (if condition is excellent) and see if anyone makes an offer.
I would recommend that you check out your local sites such as Craigslist, USA4Sale (your area), Facebook Marketplace to see if any similar to yours is listed for sale.
List on these sites first; start your price at $2,000 or higher and consider offers - local pick up only.
If no one makes an offer then you'll have to reduce the price and wait again.


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