Coin Op Machines

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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.

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

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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

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