Electro-mechanical Wall Machines

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Electro-mechanical Wall Machines

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Rotolite

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1960s German Electro-mechanical Addi-Mint wall machines



1960s German Electro-mechanical Super Match European Cup wall machine

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Bingolett

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Günter Wulff Bingolett



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Rotofruit



Top Ten



Derby Day



Twin Bell



Ruffler & Walker Twinkletoes

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Rotomint Luxus, 1957

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Bergmann Hobby



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Günter Wulff Astra, German, 1962



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German made NSM wallmachines type "allwin"/"dropcase"

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Three generations of wall-mounted allwin-type machines from the German manufacturer NSM. The Bowling was produced approx. 1967 and onwards. The Worldcup was released 1973-1974. The Chicago knobel-runde (Chicago dice-game) was produced approx. 1984.



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Had a couple of World Cups over the years, which should have been more popular than they were, as they could be revamped every 4 years with the new players. The only problem is that they were not made strong enough to last the cup series, let alone 4 years. Cheap & nasty.
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raj wrote:Cheap & nasty
Have some heart! Here's someone showing off their pride and joy.
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