So price summary
Lot 139 penny flick ? £400 (bought online for £510)
Lot 140 wonders 24 cup £420 (bought in room for £521)
Lot 141 Bmco? £400 (bought online for £510)
Lot 142 Saxony Allwin £360 (bought online for £460)
Lot 143 Saxony Allwin £420 (bought online for £537)
Lot 144 Saxony Allwin £460 (bought online for £587)
Lot 145 hi top £220 (bought in room for £260)
Lot 146 Mills black cherry £190 (bought in room for £235)
Lot 147 jubilee £200 (bought online for £255)
Lot 148 mills black cherry £190 (bought in room for £235)
Lot 149 Boland Brooklands £480 (bought online for £612)
Lot 150 Regina £300 (bought online for £383)
Lot 151 Regina £340 (bought online for £434)
Lot 152 Rotamint £65 (bought online for £83)
Lot 153 rotamint £65 (bought online for £83)
Lot 154 pin table £95 (bought online for £121)
Machines that interested me were the unusual BMCo looking machine with the ball control bar on lot 141. Problem was it was locked and it had a very serious attack of worm, on the back and almost certainly inside as dust was spilling out of the ball holes, also missing control knob. Nice looking machine though...
Next was the unusual German looking penny flick on lot 139. Huge machine and nice to see on old penny. Seemed a good price.
And of course the Boland machine, which oddly had a jackpot from one the mills lotted with it. With condition it hit a price though.
Most machines had issues, some more serious than others, best Saxony Allwin was lot 143. The two Beromats machines were crazy prices as they were in a terrible state and had bad pot metal rot on keys components....someone did not view