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Hi, just got back from my uncles and it would look as though you might be right. As I understand it, the machine appeared in the pub sometime around Feb 46 and not 41 as I had first thought. For the first week it was a great success as it paid out sometimes as many as 5 x pennys at a time. By the en...
- Sat Dec 10, 2016 4:52 pm
- Forum: Questions and Answers
- Topic: 1929 Bradley Challenger restoration
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Thanks for the pics. Is that pretty typical to all older machines? On the one I have there seems to be a split just above the cash box, mind you there have been so many alterations to it, I thought it was something else to begin with
Yeah this is part of the reason I am going to see my uncle. Following a short conversation on the phone, he mentioned that there was some controversy surrounding this machine, and dad had pulled it from the pub to try to resolve this. Unfortunately my father has dementure and only remembers certain ...
Home earlier than expected so as promised I have attached pics of the front and back of the damaged original. Pic one is the top part with the pin holes in it and you can just make out the image. A soldiers cap just right of top centre and a hand out to the right. Pic 2 the reverse of pic one. Pic 3...