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I was left underwhelmed at the actual gameplay..? And maybe that is why none (?) of these machines survive. There were so few made (12 according to Paul Braithwaite). Perhaps Bryans found them hard to sell to operators owing to the dull gameplay. :!?!: Notwithstanding that, a superlative reproducti...
- Wed Mar 31, 2021 5:08 pm
- Forum: Auction Community
- Topic: Elephant House Auctions
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Good point, but if the EH does not cover it, how many have cover for 'items away from the home' on their home insurance policy? For a lot of policies this is an extra.scorpa163 wrote:IS IT INSURED
but with the horizontal latch pin in place Often wondered what that little hole was for, now I know, thanks Mr pm but did it have a slot cut into the side of the case when it was new Maybe the 'butchered' slot could have been dug out over the two original screw holes for the keep block . :!?!:
....... just 2 screw holes where something should be screwed Not sure how the original locks were retained ged8 I have seen quite a few variants, however, this was salvaged from a wrecked Bryans Tencup, it is a small metal block 1" high with two screw holes for fixing it to the internal side o...
Intriguing Mr pm, the plot thickens as Bryans were using circular cam locks in the 1970s. If you look ( very close up ) at the photo of the Bryan's Works Stand for 1973 in Paul Braithwaite's book, it shows a Fivewin and Tencup with circular cam locks on the door and cashbox door and a Pilwin in str...