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Re: Mystery 50s allwin manufacturer

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Good to hear the Pennymachines Police are moderating this otherwise the Case would have to be investigated by Special Branch!
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Re: Mystery 50s allwin manufacturer

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I am sure if this guy was still alive he would solve the "case" !!RAYOF!!
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Re: Mystery 50s allwin manufacturer

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Groetchen Columbo .... dead? When did that happen? Are you yanking my handle?
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Re: Mystery 50s allwin manufacturer

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I have to admit I had a flicker at bandits and still enjoying them, but have myself been spiralling towards the Wonders of Allwins......Certainly hooked by the hammer and possibly is linked to my poor back.

Bryans are great, just jealous I have not been able to afford decent ones, especially top of my list a "Rockets" machine, one day I will find one at a boot fair SkEpTiCaL
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Re: Mystery 50s allwin manufacturer

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Don't bother looking for a pun in this one, there aren't any.

I wanted to point out that in a few days this thread will be 7 years old. I've not checked but this could well be our longest running topic.
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Re: Mystery 50s allwin manufacturer

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Maybe in the next 7 years someone might answer the original question???
"but no one has identified the manufacturer. Can anyone help with the manufacturer"
!SOFA!
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Re: Mystery 50s allwin manufacturer

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It's the journey that's enjoyable ......... not the arrival.

Which is what an old person says when they don't know the answer.
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W O T ???

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Topic copied and merged - site admin.

Hello everyone,
Just got a lead on two machines and wanted to know if anyone had any comments (good or bad) before I part with the cash.
I do have the usual questions... Who made them? What year would they be?
W O T ????

Thanks,
scottie.
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Re: W O T ???

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The second machine has a Philip Shefras Ltd badge with address at Hollybush Place, Bethnal Green Road, London E2. Not sure when he was operating though?
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Re: W O T ???

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Gameswat wrote:The second machine has a Philip Shefras Ltd badge with address at Hollybush Place, Bethnal Green road, London E2
Seen one or two of the second type allwin before but, until now, did not know anything about them, they have a very distinctive style payout cup.

With the arched door and sloping coin entry, I wonder if this brings us closer to the Mystery 50s manufacturer (Philip Shefras Ltd) as discussed on the 7 year old thread in the Open Forum? (Now merged - site admin.)
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