Gambling Machines

Videos of vintage slot machines in action.
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Bryans Bullion

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Bryans Bullion, 1963

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Bryans Bullion (1p version)

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Bryans twelvewin streamline Clock

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Bryans Twelvewin streamline Clock

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D.N. Schall 5 Cent Single-Wheel, 1898



Jennings four reel Buckaroo, 1955



Mills baseball slot machine, 1929

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All the early payout dicers...

Western Equipment & Supply Mysterious Eye
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Rockola Black Magic



Bally Reliance



Playing Reliance



Buckley Bones











Playing the Bones



Mills Dice





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A C Novelty Multi-Bell





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Mistic Derby

Weird gramophone-based horse race betting machine. No facility for automatic payout apparent. Anyone know the story behind these? !PUZZLED!

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Bryans Fruitbowl

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Mills 3 Bells 1946 model. Never really caught on after the war as to big and complicated.

Think the last year was 47??

Feel sorry for the operators that had these on location, absolute bastard to work on.

I love the look with that Art Deco top sign which is nearly always missing!

The thrill of winning the Jackpot is video #2.(make sure you have the sound up for this)



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