Mills Front OK Vendor variant identified

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Mills Front OK Vendor variant identified

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I seem to be being asked about a lot of machines I've not seen before at the moment. This bandit (this is the only photo I have at the moment) is said to have a Mills mech., but the case is new to me. Anyone seen another like it?
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Re: can some one ID this bandit please

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Yes a few in the last year. One of our members sold one end of last year (below) and one sold at the Swiss Auction in Holland.....some kind of FOK variant with pretty flowers 🌸

Oddly the results for the Swiss auction are not in the Arena.
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Re: can some one ID this bandit please

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thanks Tom !!THUMBSX2!!
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Re: Can someone ID this bandit please

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The full name of the FOK is the Front OK Vendor. It used to have a mints vendor in the front. That's been replaced on this variant with a custom non-vendor front.
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treefrog wrote: Thu Feb 11, 2021 10:00 pm Oddly the results for the Swiss auction are not in the Arena.
Better late than never.
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