An arcade golf machine 'Play Golf' by Chester Pollard C. 1930, English make, threepenny bit coin operated. Oak case with glass front and painted cast iron fairway (4 holes). Height 170 cm, width 11 cm.
A 1970s vintage Kasco 'Gun Smoke' arcade machine, painted cowboy cabinet, coin operated with rifle on pivoting pedestal, with receipts, instruction manual and parts list with circuit diagrams. Dimensions 175 cm x 20 cm x 0 cm.
A large rare American 1940s Panoram short film movie player with 'Soundies' film reels, stylish mahogany veneer cabinet made by the Mills Company for use in bars and restaurants. Mainly showing 1.6 cm popular jazz and dance band films. I.e Nat King Cole, C
An original American coin operated Mutascope arcade machine. Made by the international Mutascope Reel Co. New York . Hand wound flipping photo card reel. Patent 1896 on ironwork stand. 800 approx cards. Height 136 cm.
An ebonized chrome mounted oak cased penny arcade stereoscope, circa 1920s together with a collection of stereoscope viewer cards of nudes etc (separate power cable). 94 cm high, 33 cm wide, 30 cm deep
Garretts Bijou Gold Changer, c1900, iron money changer, 28cm tall. A pioneering change machine. A late 19th - early 20th century device for changing sovereigns and half-sovereigns into a corresponding amount of silver coin; the domed, hinged and lockable f
Wurlitzer 1946-47 Bubbler Jukebox, model 1015- 78 RPM, the most successful Jukebox of all time. In the years 1946-1947 over 60,000 were sold. In near new and original working condition. Here is a chance to own the 'King of Jukeboxes'. Serial number 1025873
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