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Vintage Magnus Organ Electric Laptop Toy Bakelite

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Here is a toy electric Magnus Organ in a brown bakelite case made by the Magnus Harmonica Corp in the late 1940's and early 1950's, model #1510.

The 1510 model is considered the first electronic toy organ. It is a laptop model (the company made larger tabletop models as well) with two octaves. Takes a moment or two to warm up and is in working condition.

Charming old musical instrument has a chip on one key and at the bottom on the back by one of it's legs and some of the keys have discoloration due to some sort of heat damage.

Great addition to any musical instrument or early electronic toy collections. This is being sold as a collectible, I would not recommend actual use as this was made before automatic safety shutoffs and may prove to be a fire hazard.

Please note the last picture shows the chipped key, the prior pictures were taken before the piece was damaged. This was listed at $85 before damage occurred.

Vintage Magnus Organ Electric Laptop Toy Bakelite


  • Vintage item from the 1950s
  • Materials: plastic, bakelite, electronic components
  • Only ships to United States from Connecticut, United States.
  • Feedback: 147 reviews
  • Favorited by: 20 people

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