British (or German) H&F lock needed or source

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walternewton
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arrgee wrote: Sat Jul 10, 2021 1:48 pm
walternewton wrote:I have an Allwin, which has a bottom (front) cash door.
So how about a photo of your allwin Walter? :!?!:
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Very nice looking 1930s machine Walter and what looks to be a pediment as well - unusual to find a machine with an original pediment
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Thanks.
Yes, it still has the pediment.
I had to fuss with the unit that drops the ball after you put in a coin, but that was the only major problem. Otherwise, a little bending here or there (the coin chute at the coin cup was a bit off), and sometimes a ball would get stuck after entering a hole, had to lightly bend some metal in the ball return at the top.
I used to have a number of allwins, back in the '70s, when you could buy them for $50 in the States.

Walter in Conifer, Colorado.
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Yes, those dimensions work fine. Any lock you have that fits those dimensions should be fine.
Can you give me a price (in a PM) and shipping cost to Conifer, Colorado. I will give you the my address and contact phone number in a PM.

Thanks for doing this.
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