Several years ago I came across a box of half a dozen rolls at a Pennsylvania flea market that were all hand-punched on what I assume was a Leabarjan home perforator. All are classical pieces, the titles and other info beautifully hand-written in script, and boxed in dark green 2 piece sturdy boxes with hand written labels. Although there were only 6 for sale, there must have been much more of them originally -- each roll is numbered, and the ones I bought include #76 and #127.
These two numbers are my favorites: #76 is marked: "Mozart: Andante Grazioso, Trio No. 5, Violin. Cello & Piano," and #127 is: "Joseph Haydn: Sonata No. 10, Second and Third Movements, Adagio & Presto." They're a lot of fun to play, even without any theme nor sustain perforations.