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Nations Attic is in the business of buying, selling, restoring and repairing old antique slot machines. We have clientele from all over the world that allows us to make you immediate offers on your vintage antique slot machines. With years of experience in restoration of Mills, Caille, Watling, Jennings, Pace  and other makers of vintage slot machines you can be assured of a factory correct restoration or repair. Nations Attic also can provide historical reports and appraisals of your vintage antique slot machine. Various ways to display and protect your valuable antique slot machines are also available.

Nations Attic buys only old antique slot machines made before 1951. We have clientele from all over the world that allows us to make you immediate offers on your vintage slot machines. Condition, maker or the type of coins it takes makes no difference. We even buy just the parts for old slots.

Just some of the companies that made these antique slot machines machines from the 1880's to the 1950's that we are interested in buying are; Mills, Jennings, Pace, Watling, Caille, Superior, Buckley, Burnham, Canada Leo, AC Novelty, AMT, Amusement Machine, Bakers, Bally, Bryant, C&F, C Maley Novelty, Clawson, Gabel, Sun, Vendet, Cowper, Daval, Dean Novelty, H.C. Evans, Exhibit Supply, Fey, Groetchen, Keane, J.H. Keeney, Keystone Novelty, Monarch, Paupa & Hochriem, Peerless, Pierce Tool, Reliance Novelty, Rock-Ola, Skelly, Silver King, Iowa Novelty, Sittman. Pitt, Sun Manufacturing.

In addition to antique slot machines, we also are interesting in just about any antique coin operated device. No mater the size or condition, it has value to us!

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