http://www.ebay.com/itm/321163413253?ss ... 1438.l2649
Heavy Art Deco styling so I'm guessing the '20s.
BP, it was my first arcade and gambling book too. But within 12 months it was memorised. And thinking about it now, have pretty much used it as a shopping list for my collecting the last 25 years! Could live with almost every machine in the damn thing. Anybody know what Nic is doing nowadays?badpenny wrote: Although Nic Costa's book was the first I bought, I hardly ever refer to it when researching. Guess I just like pretty pictures.
Writing books on other subjects: Adam to Apophis, and to be published next year, The Thread - From Exodus to Jesus, In Search of the Amazons.Gameswat wrote:Anybody know what Nic is doing nowadays?
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