Jamiesons Automatics

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Jamiesons Automatics

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Hi
I am the oldest grandson of the late Arthur Jamieson of Jamiesons Automatics of Bridlington who created and produced the Rotolite, Rotopool, Bingola etc. machines. I remember spending many summers in his factory as a young boy and would really like to purchase one of his machines for a family heirloom. Could anyone give me an idea where I could purchases one and also I know that he had an AJA logo in the late '60s on his machines but how could I verify his work on older machines?
Many thanks,
Robin Jamieson-Caley.
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Re: JAMIESONS AUTOMATICS

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Hi Robin, welcome to the forum. always good to have descendants of the makers on here !THUMBS!
There is a Roto Lite on Ebay right now [url]http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/RARE-ROTOLITE ... 460b872aa6[/url]
I have some old photos of Jamiesons on my website [url]http://www.slotmachines.bravehost.com/page8.html[/url] Don't know if you have seen them? I am always looking for more if you have any !WORSHIPFULL!
Are you in the UK? Do you collect other machines?
Regards, Stuart.
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Welcome Robin.

Here's a Jamieson Mini Bowl, also on ebay: 1950s - 1960s VINTAGE OLD RETRO WALL PENNY COIN SLOT ARCADE MACHINE GAME BOWL
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