Pity you don't have the rest....... lots of goofy moving gizmos and flashing lights in his chest to amaze and astound the public! Would've been damn impressive in the mid 30s! The maker is Adelphi Manufacturing Co Ltd, 1935. There's a Registered Design # 805636 on the front card, which dates 1936, and underneath it says Patent Pending. I tried to search the number with no luck, though maybe I'm not looking in the right place? Adelphi also made full size Gipsy fortune tellers in tin and oak cases. See page 140 of Darren Hesketh's book. I'm sure the male Sheik version shown is also by them as I've seen the mech and it's identical to both the Gipsy and Victor.
I'm actually missing a few pieces from my base! The rhd door from the base including question mark. And mine was converted to single chute operation, but I was really lucky to find the Ladies coin chute plate turned upside down as a blank off to that slot. So I'm missing the rhd "Mens" plate and the second coin entry.