Mills electric slot machine
Didn't know exactly what this was from the ad: Mills antique collectors slot machine. Estimated late 30's/early 40's. $ (quarter) machine. Merrymaker is the name on the slot machne. Below is a list of Mills slot machine models for your information. We are posting it for your information. For more information on slot machine repair, parts, and values, go to Slot Machine Resource Center. For a list of slot machines for sale, go to Slot Machine Sales Lists. of results for "mills+slot+machine" Skip to main search results Amazon Prime. Eligible for Free Shipping. Insir Grain Grinder Mill Stainless Steel Electric High-speed Family Medicial Powder Machine Commercial Cereals Grain Mill Herb Grinder,Pulverizer v Gift .
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The Bonus Horsehead below was restored in the 's to look like it had a stone finish, aparently this was the fad. I'm sure after she saw the restoration she was kicking herself in the butt for selling it. We restored it, sold it and the rest is history pun intended! One of it's owners painted it inside and out with silver spray paint. The payoff card was the only part of this machine that we had to replace. That was how Mills designed it from the the ground up. We were able to save the original tin reel strips and refinish the original oak cabinet.
Contact Us. Archival Prints. Custom Cards. Vender slot machine came to us in very poor condition. One of it's owners painted it inside and out with silver spray paint. As you can imagine the entire mechanism being painted like that was frozen solid. The handle wouldn't pull, the reels wouldn't rotate nor would it pay a nickel. When you look at the FOK to the left you can imagine why the owner would not want it taking up space in a gameroom.
To the right is the fully restored machine. Yes, it's the same machine! All original parts, including the top marquee and vender parts. After restoration the original owner wanted to display the machine back in her gameroom and bid on the machine at auction. The owner just wanted it out of thier house.
The mechanism was completely rusted solid and well you can see the cabinet and what we did with it. Unfortunately, we had to sell it. That's how we pay our bills. We just could not take it for that price so we offered her a bit more. I'm sure after she saw the restoration she was kicking herself in the butt for selling it.
The Diamond Front here was restored for a client who just wanted a machine he could show and play at parties in his game room.
Mills cent "Burstin' Cherry" ca. Mint condition. We are conveniently located in the Metairie-New Orleans area. All photos on this website have been digitally watermarked and will be tracked wherever they are used. We sell antique slot machines. We buy antique slot machines. We trade for antique slot machines. For sales, please call: or e-mail: slotsandparts att. Jennings cent Dixie Belle antique slot machine, ca.
Mills 5-cent Black Cherry antique slot machine, ca. They literally had slot operators waiting at the loading dock as they came off the assembly line. Mills cent Black Cherry antique slot machine, ca. When you buy an antique slot machine without a solid warranty, you are rolling the dice in a fixed craps game. Mills cent Golden Falls antique slot machine, ca.
Mills cent "War Eagle" ca. It's in perfect aesthetic and working condition. Few exist today because of the well known and documented reluctance of slot operators throughout the country to use what was both the first and last Mills Novelty slot machine that was - by design - gaffed.
That was how Mills designed it from the the ground up. In fact, in order to placate infuriated operators, Mills even began sending them a free set of Castle Front castings along with a correct set of reel strips and other associated items for converting the machine. It is in mint condition and has hardly any use.
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