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I put 45 balls in my post of March13th,2014 under the heading 'whats my line' but due to a typo/memory loss put 35 this time. Elizabeth pennies as in our queen were the latest old pennies to be minted and as such should be the least worn in terms of thickness.
Ball dimensions of the Fill Em Up and similar machines have been discussed before. My machine didn't have any balls and I put 35 in at 9/16 inch diameter on the thought that being British they are most likely to be imperial. It works perfectly but I believe others have had success with close metric ...
- Tue Mar 31, 2020 9:45 pm
- Forum: Let's Talk about Slots
- Topic: LOCK DOWN TIME!
- Replies: 42
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Paul C wanted to know the address of Bernard Brenner - it was 374 London Road, Croydon. My father had a publishing business in London Road, close to this address in the 1950s/60s.
- Wed Mar 04, 2020 2:26 pm
- Forum: Open Forum
- Topic: Mills Romanhead started to not pay out
- Replies: 17
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A one arm bandit seemingly freely available to play by buying tokens from the corner shop owner in 1926.Not heard of that before in the UK.
- Wed Feb 26, 2020 9:07 pm
- Forum: Questions and Answers
- Topic: Atlantic Flyer identified & unknown machine
- Replies: 15
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Just wondering why the Bajazzo [Clown] machines were banned yet the Atlantic machines were not banned when they are not too dissimilar?