(Photograph courtesy of A Guidebook of
Automatic Musical Instruments by Q. David Bowers, p. 87)
The Seeburg P-G-A has a cabinet and
elaborate pump similar to that of the Phono-Grand, but with a
belt-driven A roll mechanism in place of the Phono-Grand 88-note
spoolbox, wind motor, and phonograph.
(Photograph courtesy of Art Reblitz)
The short-lived, transitional 3-door style
L, with the same art glass as the P-G-A, but with a flat top and
an ordinary small scissors pump mounted on the side of the case
instead of the complicated pump of the P-G-A and Phono-Grand.
The bottom of the case is now fitted with square wooden blocks
to hold the casters. This example is #52,556, made in 1921.