Dropcase Games

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Winning Wheels, early decimal coinage game



Pace Manufacturing Co. 3 Jacks, 1930

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Erbü-Wunder Erwin Büttner, Oberstdorf, 1950

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Erbü Wunder Erwin Büttner, Oberstdorf, 1950
Best video of a wall machine I have seen **xXx**
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It's good to see our home grown Cascade is now grabbing decent prices. For too many years they just sat at £60 then all of a sudden you can't get one for under a ton and a bit.
I think the fact they were from the 70s and only made to operate on 1np (although we've all seen them described on eBay as being from the 50s or even earlier) kept them outside the interest of a lot of collectors.

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Couldn't agree more BP, I remember only about 2 years ago I saw a Cascade in a 'junk shop' I did look at it but walked away: front paintwork was in a bad state and the shop wanted £450 !!!!
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Bradley Challenger , Circa 1965, Penny Arcade Machine

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Droppacopper made By Wondermatics in 1965

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So buying these at 9 pound each and 1.50 delivery is a good price then?

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/BELL-FRUIT-CA ... 338b845aa4
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You may think so, I however recall a member here getting a load of them made up and flogging the whole set for less than £20 I think.
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