Berrywood produced orchestrions between 1911 and 1920 in both rewind- and endless-roll varieties. Berrywood machines only played their own rolls, which proved to be a problem when the company stopped production in 1920 – it became very difficult to replace rolls, which meant people rarely saved their machines.  These have become fairly rare because of that.  Most of the surviving machines are ornamented with beautiful opalescent art glass panels that are illuminated from behind when the machines play.  (Earlier machines had clear glass.)