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.
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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.
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
14″ (l) 14 1/2″ (r)
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.