Stevenson & Lovett Fireworks allwin

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jingle wrote:Tree Frog,
I am 99% sure you have never seen a Bryans Rockets on eBay UK this side of the Millennium.

I think there are only 6 known lad, so it must have been something else.

If you do see a Bryans Rockets and it's cheap, buy it quick !!ESCAPE!!
because they are very rare: $$$$$$$$$$ and more $$$$$$$$$$$$$$ mate !!YIPPEE!!
I have not been collecting for long in fact only two years, so I guess would not have come across one of these in that time. What is confusing me though is Melright's rarity rating and the estimated value on these machines. He puts this at a level 4, in the same league as Bran Tubs, which I know Jingle you try to sell a couple recently, tick tocks, u-wins, gap wins and retreeva's. Now all of these I have seen for sale either at auctions, on melrights site or ebay a number of times.......so has Melright got this wrong as most of the values for other machines he states are not far from what they sell for.

I am only living in hope as I quite like the look of these, but as Jingle says if only 6 were made then then this will be an unlikely :(
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no tree frog
i only know of 6 mate
not 6 made
coin op recons he knows were theres a bundle too
so am wrong ,,,
but i recon 3000 wont buy one
and i have only ever seen one for sale outside the one i bought
and that was on usa ebay
and it was snatched by a uk dealer for under 3000
before the auction even started

i think melrights way out on some of the bryans price's
he has tricklers for 1500

thats why the guy who advertised 2 last year for 1500 each
got bombarded by every bryans dealer in the uk
i evan rang him from spain
they were gone within hours
he was told there 4 grand
each and he cocked up
he was very upset with the bryans site
coz he went off the price estimated

plus there old prices on that site
some machines have gone mad
some stable

but at the same time you can only get
what someone wants to pay

anyone want a brantub
see me
the clogging the lock up
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jingle wrote:no tree frog
coin op recons he knows were theres a bundle too
so am wrong ,,,
Well, I'll admit its a small bundle! As to prices..if it hadn't been for one other bidder, I'd have gotten mine for around the £680 mark...alas, there was an underbidder, so it wasn't around the £680 mark :( Regarding the Tricklers, I guess the seller inherited them off his dad, who in turn paid around £70 each for them...and had profits out of them in service, so he can't really grumble that he got £3,000 for them !!YIPPEE!! . He could equally have inherited his dad's old radio from the 30's and got £20 for it. I think Melvyn has a different view on prices to myself; I always thought 'if someone sees this site when they sell a Trickler, someone's gonna have a deal'...and I was right! I think Rippler's are undervalued too. Admittedly not for every one, but if you take out the repro's which keep appearing, it's a pretty rare machine. On another note, why are you selling the Bran Tub when you are complaining that there are no floor standing machines about??
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first of all
your taking about a fireworks allwin
in the auction are you not
were as me and tree frog were talking about a rockets
and i thought you were to
in the last thread

so you know were there are a loads of rockets by bryans
or are you talking about the firework allwins ???

you doing drugs,,

as for the bran tubs

well i dont need 4 do i ,,

got any floor machines for sale coin op


or are you just bryans machines
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I was saying that I got a Bryans Rockets, not the fireworks in the auction, and I would have got it in the auction it was in for £680, but there was one other bideder who took me up to the end price. I don't know where there are oodles of Rockets, but I know of one or two that I'm guess you don't and so that means that the numbers sort of creep up a little. Not doing drugs, can't find any...you got them??
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not saying
coz i think your
der derr der derr der derr

a bizzy as we call them in liverpool ,,

as for the firework allwin
that was a good price for that machine
it was one of mine
but had been tidied up
and it looked very well

i wasnt there at the auction of it
i left after a bit
because of
prior arrangements
so i didnt see the price
but heard it made 860

well it just shows
if you can get them working and looking good
there is plenty of profit in machines
because i sold that for well under half the final price

so there we have it,,
i must be cheap to buy off

moral of the story
feed the kids 1st
collect machines 2nd
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The moral of my story was have your knackers clopped when you're 24 then you don't have to worry about feeding children !THUMBS!
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Badpenny wrote:The moral of my story was have your knackers clopped when you're 24 then you don't have to worry about feeding children !THUMBS!
I was also sent to the vets at an early age to stop the spread of little slotalot’s, :shock: but what about the grandchildren? We got back from the Coventry auction to find this waiting for us, and although it’s not mine it will no doubt eat up a quite a few of my pennies over the coming years.
Very pleased to announce the arrival of our 3rd grandchild, Holly Louise. Born December 1st 2010.
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I'm always puzzled that they come complete with a name ..... is it written on a tag tied to the toe or something?
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Stevenson & Lovett fireworks allwin help please.

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Fireworks topic merged - Site Admin

Hi,
Please, can anyone post photos (close ups if possible) of the full electronics and mechanism of a Stevenson & Lovett Fireworks allwin, along with a detailed description of how the game plays and pays out. Many thanks in advance of your help.
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