Was on 1np when I got it but find it works not bad on 6d without any change of parts, sometimes pays out more coins due to the thickness difference, will work fine on 1p coins
Open to sensible offers
It's still a good looking machine, Mills or not. It would be a change from my row of SEGAs, or, more correctly, SEGA clones, as I've recently learned.
Mills novelty Co was sold to American Machine and science Inc in the early 60's who also bought O.D.Jennings and merged the two into TJM which was run by Tony and John Mills, TJM made the "Compact" and the "Model M" that cropped up in another recent threadNo idea who TJM is