Coin Op Machines
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This is a Premier Gumball and Card Vendor machine. It is a one cent machine and it comes with a new decal. Also included is a bag of old gumballs that look like baseballs with plays printed on them. We believe that when a customer received the correct gumball, they could take it to the counter to redeem a prize.
This Sandy Horse 10 cent Kiddie Ride was made back in the 1950’s. The body of the horse is made of aluminum and is in working order. It has a beautiful ornate saddle that has various silver accents. The wood grain finish on the base was done by hand and clear coated to give it a stunning finish.
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.
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.