Jubilee bandit identification

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Re: Newbie Signs In - Help to identify one armed bandit

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Operator Bell wrote:This is an Australian machine. The Jubilee trademark was owned by a company called Nutt and Muddle .................Incidentally the Jubilee name still lives; Aristocrat uses it for a sub-division that refurbishes used machines.
Thanks for that Operator B. a few things I didn't know. Nutt & Muddle!!!!! what fantastic names, wouldn't you just love to see that signwritten in copperplate on the side of a wagon? :twisted:
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Re: Newbie Signs In - Help to identify one armed bandit

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Ah, what great pictures, thanks!. I wondered if they took it outside in the car park afterwards when it took all their money??
I think 'Nutt and Muddle' are fantastic names for yet another detective series, "We are Nutt and Muddle, youre nicked son!"
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