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Antique Slot Machines For Sale

We typically don’t keep a large inventory in stock. If you would

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are posted, please join our client customer list by clicking here.

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purchased!

If there is a machine you would like to purchase or get more

information on, please call / text us at 316-371-1828 or email

slots@nationsattic.com

Mills Novelty Posters Set 1900’s San Francisco & Chicago + 1930’s Chicago!

A few years ago we made a limited number of these beautiful Mills Novelty Company posters. Due to the cost of making these high quality

images not many were made and eventually sold out. Now we have been asked by a number of collectors to offer this set of three posters

again. Now available in a small print run are these classics with images from the 1900’s era Chicago & San Francisco buildings & the

Chicago factory from the 1930’s!

Each poster image was taken directly off original Mills Novelty printed material. With the use of very high resolution scans and restoration

of the images these posters were made. Each poster is 12” tall and approximately 36” long. They are printed on very thick professional

paper. We have seen these sell at auction this year for hundreds of dollars!

We are selling the complete set of 3 for $97.50, shipping included within the US!

Please call / text 316-371-1828 or email slots@nationsattic.com for more information.

1946 Mills Black Cherry 5c Slot Machine!

Many people do not realize that the Black Cherry was the first slot machine to be sold by Mills after World War 2. The model was a instant success and now in the 21st Century, it is a classic and reliable antique slot machine to enjoy at home. This machine has been given a tune-up by Nation’s Attic and good. The machine features the original hammertone gray paint, painted cherries and etched award plate. The wood cabinet has been painted blue long ago and is in very good condition. Original back door and back bonnet are present. Inside the mechanism is complete with original reel strips, cash box and slug box. The reel strips are rough in a couple spots but still presentable. This nickel Black Cherry would make a great machine to enjoy or if you wanted to tackle a light restoration - it would be perfect for that as well. Either way, this machine received little play originally and is ready to enjoy! Please call / text 316-371-1828 or email slots@nationsattic.com for more information. Would you like to find out about slots before they are posted? Join our email contact list to be notified first about machines that are coming in.

Updated 12-6-2017

1930’s Columbus Model M Candy or Nut Machine

- All Original!

While we do not often deal in gum ball and nut machine we couldn’t pass this one up. The machines all original look and feel is what makes it special. It appears to be a model M. The body and top are made of cast iron. The old glass is assumed to be the original. Vintage locks are present on the top and bottom - we don’t have the keys. We have lots of photos we are happy to email over for a closer look. If you would like to be informed of machines before they are posted on this page, please join our customer contact list by clicking here. Please call / text 316-371-1828 or email slots@nationsattic.com for more information.
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1930’s Pace Bantam Penny Scale - Classic!

Many collectors know the Pace Manufacturing Company name

from their slot machines. Pace also made other coin operated

device as well - such as this classic Art Deco penny scale!

Years ago we found this scale and decided it would be a great

addition to our offices. We tuned the scale and occasionally

used it - always giving us a true and accurate weight after a

penny was inserted. The classic design, colors and relatively

light weigh is what apealed to us. Unlike larger and different

scales, this one is very bright with vibrant orange and black

painted on the entire body. The chrome is still very nice on

the top and the platform itself.

The body itself is cast aluminum - so moving this one won’t

require Olympic weightlifters! The back has the original door

with replacement lock present. It also appears the original

glass, height weight plate and drum with weights are original

and in good condition. The only issue we found was the coat

hook on the right edge of the top is broken off.

One detail which also make this scale interesting is the large

Pace Bantam local on the platform. Did you know a Bantam is

an small sized chicken?

This scale measures a nice 48” tall, 11.5” wide and 20”

deep. The scale is located in Wichita, KS and can be picked

up anytime. The scale can be shipped or picked up by a

transportation company.

We have lots more photos that we can email over.

Please call / text 316-371-1828 or email slots@nationsattic.com for more information.
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1936 Pace Comet 5c Slot Machine!

During the Golden Age of slot machine - Pace Manufacturing offered their now classic Comet machine. A majority of these were painted in a royal blue color with the vertical trim polished out. The machines were well made and now in the 21st Century a favorite among collectors.  This machine was just found in its nice original condition. As can be seen, the factory applied paint still looks good. Original reel strips and award care are also in place. The oak cabinet is in very nice condition with no issues. Original steel back door is present and cash box inside. The mechanism works with payouts and jackpot doors opening. Mechanism could use a cleaning and fine tuning though.  Please call / text 316-371-1828 or email slots@nationsattic.com for more information. Would you like to find out about slots before they are posted? Join our email contact list to be notified first about machines that are coming in.

Caille Brothers - Largest Coin-Operating Machine Factory Poster - 1903!

In 2017 we discovered an amazing Caille Brothers salesman’s route book from 1903. Inside that book was this incredible

image of the Caille factory in Detroit, MI. We decided to make a limited number of these beautiful posters, retaining the

original look of the paper. Now available in a small print run, this poster once framed will look just like the 110+ year

poster it represents.

The poster image was taken directly off original Caille book. With the use of very high resolution scan of the image this

poster was made. Each poster is 12” tall and approximately 36” long. They are printed on very thick professional mat

finish paper. Please keep in mind the “SAMPLE” will not appear on the actual poster.

Posters are $45 each which does include shipping within the US

Please call / text 316-371-1828 or email slots@nationsattic.com for more information.

1933 King Equipment 1c Slot Machine!

Many collectors do not realize that for a short period of time, slot machines were made in Benton Harbor, Michigan. During the Great Depression the Ross-Karrier Corp in Benton, Harbor, MI decided to get into the market. The slot machines were made under a subsidiary called King Equipment Company. Ross-Karrier was already a manufacturer of various types of machines and Benton Harbor was a hub of all kinds of manufacturing. King only made 3 machines before getting out of the business after a couple years. Those models are the Prince, Imp and King. The machine we have for sale is the King. This machine was found a few years ago by Nations Attic. We just couldn’t believe how nice and original this one is, which is why we kept it in our collection. The machine has not been touched - original reel strips, award card, paint, oak cabinet, etc. We did give it a light lubrication. The King is easy to move around, measuring only 18” tall, 13” wide and 13-¾” deep. As with any original machine, it does have a few minor issues. When found the small upper back door was missing. We did have one made from an original and is now installed. Also, the original handle has been expertly welded in the past. Lastly, the original lock located on the side of the cabinet for the back door is missing. We really do enjoy original rare machines, which is why this one has been part of the Nations Attic collection. As with all things, it is now time for someone else to enjoy this time capsule. Please call / text 316-371-1828 or email slots@nationsattic.com for more information. Would you like to find out about slots before they are posted? Join our email contact list to be notified first about machines that are coming in.
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