cross and post horn symbol
I have an old wooden music box approx. 12"long, 6"deep and 5"tall. It has a flower motif inlaid on the top and plays several classical pieces. Some of them really sound familiar but I have not been able to place them yet. I'll have to take the time to go through my classical cd's. The music is played off of a brass? cylinder with tiny teeth. There is no date I can find, though there are some individual numbers on some of the brass workings. There is also a symbol of a cross (Christian type with pointed ends, with the bottom, longer part of the cross wrapped with what looks like a post horn or french type horn. This is on the brass (comb?)_That rakes the teeth. Does this help identify the maker or age? As I said I don't know how old it is, it has been passed down through the family.