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- Sat Sep 14, 2019 4:24 pm
- Forum: Open Forum
- Topic: Photos from the Pocklington Museum collection
- Replies: 4
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I think the reason it wasn't particularly successful is that you couldn't play the majority of the machines, only look at them, and it was in a small market town, not a high footfall tourist location. Also, at the time the machines were relatively cheap to buy. Paul Daniels went on to co-own, for a ...
I have always found Henry Powell to be honest and reliable. In business you can't always follow up every enquiry from every customer. Anyway if you're not so far away you can always take the initiative, get in the car and drive up the A1 and visit.
- Wed Jul 24, 2019 5:34 pm
- Forum: Questions and Answers
- Topic: Clacton-on-Sea - The Pier Bally Machines
- Replies: 13
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see it - like it - buy it real bargains usually present themselves for a brief moment and then are snapped up. cash is always king. If you have to go away to get; 1. money, 2. to think about it, 3. a van, 4. someone to help you, 5. to ask permission ..... and the 'bargain' is still there when you re...