Coin-Op Machines

1920’s Brandt Jr. Coin Changer

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This coin changer is polished aluminum with bake- a-lite keys,restored completely. When a key is pressed, the change comes down the shoot.

Price: $1595.00

Turn of The Century Staats Coin Changer

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Completely restored, chrome and brass plating. It also has a silver dollar slot.

Price: $1495.00

1920’s Advanced Peanut Machine

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Nicknamed (Big Mouth Peanut), referring to the big mouth with swivel door that holds the peanuts until pushed. This machine has a tall body made of rolled steel. The nickel-plated brass mechanism shows patent dates of 11-5-12 and 4-24-23. Completely Restored with a brass front.

Price: $395.00

1930’s Duplex Double 1 Cent Peanut Machine

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This machine has polished aluminum with two glass probes.

Price: $550.00

1933 Northwestern 1 Cent Peanut Vending Machine

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This machine has its original porcelain finish. It has a very rare color and it will vend any bulk candy.

Price: $450.00

1920’s Master gumball machine

This machine was manufactured by Morris manufacturing company.
The front part of the machine is polished aluminum. All the other parts of the machine are original porcelain finish. Also comes with the keys.

Price: $495.00

1950’s Stoner Candy Machine

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Theater style lite-up. This machine is completely restored and fully functional.

1950’s Stoner Candy Machine

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This is a 10 cent Candy Machine. It is a 6 pull. The finish is a beautiful Candy Apple Red powder coating. At the bottom it has a big area for storing extra candy It is in complete working order.

1950’s Aristocrat Popcorn Warmer

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This Popcorn Warmer was used in Department Stores like Newberry’s, Grants, etc. It was a Vendor so nobody would have to man it. You would insert a dime, get a bag and it would automatically fill the bag. This machine works great.

1940’s Regal Candy Machine

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This 5 cent Regal is made of aluminum. It is highly polished with a tear shaped globe. It was manufactured by Regal Product Co.

1950’s U Select It Automatic Vendor

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This machine was manufactured by COAN MFG. CO. It is fully restored and fully functional. It will take bagged peanuts, candy or gum.

1950’s U Select It Automatic Vendor

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This machine was manufactured by the Coan MFG. Co. It is a ten cent machine. Storage is in the back for extra candy. It is restored and fully functional.

1915 Royal Vendor

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The Bicycle Bell and Thumb Press were “Nicknames” used for this machine before its manufacture was known. It only came in a gumball version. Made by the Royal Gum Co. 13 1/2″ tall.

1920’s Columbus MDL 14

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This Columbus 14 is a penny machine with the slanted coin entry. It is a profit sharing gumball vendor with a 1-2-1-2-3 mechanism. It took 55 cents for each 100 gumballs vended. It was manufactured by the Columbus Vending Co. 1923-1924