Dewag Coin heads for American bandits advert

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Dewag Coin heads for American bandits advert

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Dewag Coin heads for American bandits advert.
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What a horrible looking gooseneck!
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Yep!

I think this Coin head could win the ugliest part award. :HaHa:
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Like this one on the Jennings. In Germany they used coin heads like this on Jennings and Mills machines. I don’t like them.
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In late '20s/early '30s American slots were imported to Europe in large amounts. In Germany were some manufacturers who built up smashed slot machines by using their own spare parts.
At this time the German coin heads appear.

I mainly collect all Dewag machines and products, so I'm glad to own this rare, ugly coin head. :D
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I am weird and like that one on that machine. Shame they did not colour match the metalwork, but it has a bit of Art Nouveau look to it.... I don’t like the vendor though, always hated vendors, front or side, on bandits.... Said I am weird. :burp:
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Compared to a normal gooseneck the part is really massive. I plan to build up a Mills FOK to present the coin head.


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Treefrog, here's a really weird machine from the '30s. Scream!!! :shock:
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Even though it is a vendor machine, that is great. Never seen one. :shock:
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I've got one ruining an early Jennings. l quite like it really.
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