Coin Op Machines

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Lamson Coin Changer made in 1890.  It has been completely restored & plated in copper and chrome to give it that rich look.  The sign on the top can easily be taken off and is in the back so you can put change in the top tray.  Lamson Coin Changers were used in banks, casinos, theaters & amusement parks.  It holds pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters, half dollars & silver dollars.
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This is an original 1936 bulk vendor.  It was designed to look like the Empire State building where the Stewart & McGuire offices were located.  It takes pennies and nickels.  One turn to use a penny and five turns to use a nickel.  It is in good working order.

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All original and in good shape for it’s age.  It has a Kemp’s Salted Nuts theme.  Will make a great display case.

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This is a Staats vintage money changer patented in 1890, Chicago IL.  It holds silver dollars all the way down to pennies.  It has been completely restored in  chrome and brass.  We have put on the marques for looks but it can be taken off very easy with three screws.

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This machine looks all original including the decal which is green in color.  We believe it is a pistachio machine.  It comes with Columbus locks.  We just picked it up from a collector that has had it for a long time.  Very rare find.

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This machine has polished aluminum with two glass probes.

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The hot nut machine is made of polished aluminum.  It has an 8-sided globe and a blinking light on the top. It was available with or without the side cup dispenser.

This unit measures at 21 ” tall, 8″ wide and 9″ deep. 12 lbs

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This changer is beautifully restored and fully functional.

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This is a 1930’s Ohio #1 peanut machine all aluminum machine which has been chrome plated comes with matching barrel locks and key
it is in great working order don’t know that much about the machine we bought it as you see it

c. 1930
14″ (l) 14 1/2″ (r)

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