The first thing to do is go to see who makes them, how they are built, their architecture and their prices!
In the link section of this site, accessible by clicking the button below, as an example I mention some web address of crank organ manufacturers which I invite you to visit. You may find the catalogues, prices, and you can also listen some music examples performed by the instruments. You will realize that some company offer kits as well, whose prices however are not far from the finshed product. Regarding the demo music, you may find them in files in various formats. Those in wav, realaudio and MP3 contain the actual instrument sound, while, those in MID contain the MIDI format of the performance, therefore when you will reproduce it you will listen the sound of the audio generator of your computer, not the real instrument sound. I however suggest to collect these MIDI files because, as we will see later, they may become particularly useful to create paper rolls, a thing impossible with the other file formats.