Electro-mechanical Wall Machines

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Lovely little machine Robert, I was the underbidder on this but glad it went to a good home though. Miles better than the other two I bought (don't ask) from the same source that Stuart kindly collected for me (and is still repairing) :NBG:
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My work is almost done here...... :zapa:
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Jamiesons Autofruit 1960's wall machine

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Conveyor by Stevenson & Lovett

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Easy fiddle on Autofruit was a lollipop stick holding the coin trap open - simply slam the penny in the winner! We found quite a few machines working on the same principle, even big Brenco stuff. It wasn't long before they modified them. Me and a mate once got caught and were made to spill the beans to the man in the brown coat, ha ha!
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Fruite Whirle, 1960's

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Jamiesons AutoFruit circa 1964

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Jamieson's Starlet circa 1962

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