Vinyls may be having a total moment of resurgence but there’s one record player that many of us called our first.
In the 1970s and 80s, we played floor-fillers like Humpty Dumpty, Edelweiss, Twinkle Twinkle Little Star, London Bridge and Hickory Dickory Doc.
You know, the classics.
If you still have the little red Music Box, in good condition, you can snag upwards of $100, which is pretty tidy. Obviously the better the condition, the higher the price.
However, if you have one in pristine condition, including the box and all 5 records… the asking price can skyrocket to well over $300.
Not a bad return for a simple toy that needed no batteries (or wifi).