Re: Music Machines

Videos of vintage slot machines in action.
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Although this is not coin operated, I hope everyone agrees that this machine's mechanism earns it a place here. It's certainly the best visual mechanism I can recall.

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Rock-ola Model 1428, 1948.

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Wurlitzer Model P-12, 1935



Wurlitzer Model 50 "Console", 1937



Mechanism



Wurlitzer Model 600, 1938



Wurlitzer Model 800



Wurlitzer Model 1015, 1946





Wurlitzer Model 1080 "Colonial", 1947



Wurlitzer Model 1100, 1948



AMI Model C, 1950



AMI Model D, 1952



AMI Model D40, 1952



Seeburg Model 146M "Trashcan", 1946



Seeburg Model C100-A, 1946



Rock-Ola Model 1422, 1946



Rock-Ola Model 1428



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1927 Seeburg KT

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Here's something I ran across in the train station at the Magic Kingdom in Walt Disney World. Unfortunately it didn't work, and I didn't take more pictures, much less a video clip. It was from the old penny arcade that they used to have on main street until they turned it into a store back in the 90s.

A quick search resulted in find a video of the machine in operation:


http://mouseframes.blogspot.com/2011/04 ... ction.html
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yaksplat wrote:Unfortunately it didn't work
If you want to see this sort of thing working, here's the place to go! http://www.placedelamusique.org/
Unfortunately, not generally open to the public... but it's something to see.
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"Pathe Concert" coin operated phonograph, 1910

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Three auto-change music boxes doing their thing...





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Columbia coin-operated Graphophone Type BS



Columbia coin-operated Graphophone Type BS playing Grand Old Flag



Columbia coin-operated Graphophone Type BS (open)



Columbia coin-operated Graphophone Type BS demonstration



Columbia coin-operated Graphophone Type BS, 1897 playing Ada Jones



Columbia AS coin-operated Graphophone Type BS, circa 1898 demo



Columbia coin-operated Graphophone Type AS



Columbia coin-operated Graphophone Type S



Columbia coin-operated Graphophone Type N



Regina Hexaphone



Coin-operated Mammut gramophone



Klingsor Coin Operated gramophone

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