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Arcade, Jukeboxes & Pinball Machines plus Collectibles

Find Antique Arcade Machines, Modern Arcade Machines, Jukeboxes and Pinball Machines plus Collectibles, parts and manuals. With Penny Arcade Machines you could find fun for a coin in the slot.

All Antique and Modern Arcade Machines Jukeboxes and Pinball

The sophistication of coin operated machines varies a great deal. Scores of companies made these machines. Some of the better known ones are Caille Brothers, Mills Novelty Company, Watling Manufacturing Company, D. Gottlieb and Company, Bally Manufacturing Corp., Williams Electronics inc., Daval Manufacturing Co. and Exhibit Supply Company.

Popular machines included a Uncle Sam strength tester, Mutoscope, Claw machines, peanut machines, gum ball machines, candy machines, trade stimulars and pinball machines

The Pinball machine was an adaptation of the mid-19th century game of Bagatelle, in which the player used a cue to shoot balls across a table into cups. In 1871, Montague Redgrave of Cincinati added a spring power plunger to propel the balls. By 1929, coin operated versions had appeared along with lights, bells and flippers.

Rock-Ola Jukeboxes
Rock Ola Jukeboxes

The most popular jukebox of all time was the Rock-Ola. Rock Ola made this classic jukebox using some of the most sophisticated technology available. With quality in mind, only the finest hardwoods were used such as walnut, satinwood, alder, poplar and oak. All metal pieces are genuine die cast metal, triple plated with copper, nickel and polished chrome. The base is finished in bright stainless steel.


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