Gypsy fortune teller

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treefrog
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Gypsy fortune teller

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You might have seen this gypsy on eBay. It looks scratch built to me, but an interesting mechanism. It looks like a bicycle wheel hub. Was this arrangement made use of in these machines? !PUZZLED!

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Allwins-Brya ... Sw9vdgHSCO
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Re: Gypsy fortune teller

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Looks home made to me. Clever though
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Re: Gypsy fortune teller

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Well, you make your own luck in this life, don't you?
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