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Steel City Con is an annual show normally held in a couple of times per year at the Monroeville Convention Center in Monroeville Pennsylvania. This is Pennsylvania’s largest toy, comic and pop culture convention.  Steel City Con attracts over four hundred and fifty dealers and thousands of visitors from the Mid Atlantic region and features celebrity guests, speakers and contests.

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Monroeville Convention Center

Monroeville, Pennsylvania

412.213.0224

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A Brief History of Regina Music Box

According to the Musical Box Society International, a music box is an instrument which plays music by the plucking of teeth on a tuned steel comb. Most commonly found in a cabinet, usually made of wood, which contains a disc or cylinder music box movement.   Music boxes became very popular in the 1700’s in both Europe and America.  However one of the most popular music boxes from the Regina Company did not come into existence in the United States until around 1892. 

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