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- Tue Oct 05, 2021 7:13 pm
- Forum: Questions and Answers
- Topic: Why spring loaded coin chutes on R&W allwins?
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And not surprisingly gameswat, the 'fill em up' chute is the same - seems rather over-engineered and puzzling as to why they are spring loaded.gameswat wrote:Earth Satellite and What's my Line have different mechs but they both use the same coin chutes with exact same spacing.
Yes, Wonders style case with Parkers style winning knob and traditional Saxony style hammer lever, although Parkers also used the traditional Saxony style lever design on a lot of their allwins.
Saw this recently. It caught my eye for a couple of reasons: firstly the backflash is of an identical design to that of their Double Diamond allwin (see third photo) although using a different colour scheme and secondly, this is only the third cup allwin I have seen from Shefras, the two others bei...
For a run-of-the-mill Allwin, anything from £500 upwards in good working order but as brigham says, prices vary so much, depending upon what you are buying, condition of machine, maker, rarity etc, some can fetch £2k to £3klodavyes wrote:I wonder how much an old slot machine costs at the moment?
Not aware of 2d coins Geoff, there was a 2d coin produced in the reign of George III (commonly called a cartwheel because it was so thick and heavy) but this was only for one year in 1797. According to the Spink catalogue they can fetch a tidy sum today: more than enough to buy two or three Bryan's...