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    1930s era coin-operated tube radio ... 25 cents buys one hour of radio time. Manufactured by Coin Radio of America.


    Circa 1930 Bally brand "The Cub" coin-op roulette game/trade stimulator.

    Intriguing old (rare?) coin-operated 120-volt "Meter-Matic" with timer. I guess a battery is enclosed and you can add coins to get the desired number of minutes of electricity that you need ... but for what?? (See close-up photo.)

    Close-up of Meter-Matic.

    1905 GE coin-operated fan with 12" brass blades (Type 272036-1). You insert a nickel and turn the knob for an hour of operation. Insert additional nickels for more time. (see close-up)

    Close-up of the back of the 1905 GE coin-op fan.

    Vintage restaurant coin-op tabletop or countertop Jukebox by Ristaucrat. Guess this was for establishments where there was not enough floor space to accommodate a full-sized Jukebox. Very cute!

    1930s nickel coin-op remote wallbox song selector for a Packard Jukebox. Note that the song titles are written in by hand!

    Vintage 1940s-50s diner, bar, and arcade penny Grip Tester.

    1950s vintage diner or soda fountain napkin dispenser and penny coin-op IQ Test machine.

    European pub Nickelodeon built by A. Pasquale in 1913; plays piano, bells, and xylophone.

    1930s-40s coin-operated penny arcade personality tester "What is My Weakness?" By Tabletop Exhibit Supply Company.

    Coin-operated Train ride ... would love this for my grandchildren!! No date or manufacturer known.

    1950s penny coin-op 20-Mule Team Borax Soap dispenser used in a gas station.

    Book "Guide to Vintage Trade Stimulators & Counter Games", by Richard M. Busschel.

    1940s hanging Rockola Jukebox motion light & speaker, with Space Age/Atomic Age styling.

    Original (not a reproduction) 1947 Rockola Jukebox (model 1426), plays 78 rpm vinyl records.

    Vintage Wurlitzer 1050 Jukebox (year of manufacture unknown). Plays fifty 45 rpm records, both sides.

    1947 Wurlitzer 1015 "Bubbler" Jukebox, in need of restoration but a gem nonetheless.

    1939 Wurlitzer 600 Jukebox with "keyboard" style selection tabs.

    Restored 1940s-50s original Seeburg "Teardrop" remote Jukebox wall speaker with Art Deco styling. Sweet!!

    1952 Seeburg M100C "C" Jukebox (100 selections).

    Illuminated Wurlitzer 250 remote wall speaker .. WANT!!!