One arm bandits

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Ruffler & Walker Duchess conversion

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Mills Novelty Co. Poinsettia demonstrated and showing mechanism.

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Sega Bonanza Star



Mills Novelty Co. QT



Showing mechanism



Mills Novelty Co. Lion Head



Mills Novelty Co. War Eagle



Jennings Silver Dollar



Showing mechanism



Jennings light-up Club Chief

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Bally Manufacturing Co.

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Mills Novelty Co. Castle Front, 1933.



Buckley Manufacturing Co.



Mills Novelty Co.

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Mills Novelty Company Dice



Mills Novelty Company Check Boy



Mills Novelty Company Futurity



Mills Novelty Company Horse Head Bonus



Mills/Watling Superior Races



Pace Kitty, 1937



Mills Jockey, 1937

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Mills bandit mechanism



Mills Vest Pocket

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Watling Rol-A-Top



Watling Rol-A-Top Diamond Front with side shooter

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I am a big fan of Aristocrats and this is one I bought not long ago, but was completely screwed with the mechanism twisted and the reels smashed, didn't realise how bad it was until I picked it up. I finally worked out why the damage had occurred as Kingsways, Nevadas and Grosvenors have a tension bar on the rear of the frame that tensions the whole mechanism together. This one had lost its nuts and as such the stopper bars became dislodged and smashed into the reels,as they are plastic on later machines so disintegrated. Still with the help for rare parts from Roger of Mundesley and hours rebuilding have managed to get it going and boy does it shine, see Mad Melons in action

I hope to get my website going with all completed machines on soon.

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Bally bandits, Pagham arcade.

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