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trade stimulators of all makes & models

antique gumball machines

antique "illegal club" casino chips and poker chips
    Trade stimulators were coin-operated gambling devices built generally by the same
companies that manufactured slot machines, though there were a few others.  Two things
differentiated them from full-size slot machines: they were smaller & lighter, and most did not
pay off in coin the way slots did.  Instead, customers were paid off by the house (usually a
grocery store or similar establishment) in either cash, coin, cigarettes, or other novel prizes.  
We buy, sell, & repair them.  Below are a few pictorial examples.  
We also collect antique gumball machines in any condition, including but not limited to Columbus, William Michael,
Vendex, Atlas, Northwestern, Victor, etc.  
Below are a few pictorial examples.
And, of course, also central to coin-op antiques at one point in history were gambling chips.  These originally took
form as "illegal club" chips and also private poker chips.  They were made of everything from ivory to compressed
clay.  Some were stamped, some embossed, and some were even hand-carved.  As long as they're old, we collect
them all.  Feel free to contact us with what you have. Below are a few pictorial examples.
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