If you see any machines listed below that you are interested in please call or email for more information.  Inventory is always changing and  this page is updated as machines are bought and sold. It is a good idea to bookmark this page and check back regularly.

At the bottom of this page, we do have a form you can fill out letting us know what machines you are looking for. If one becomes available, we will let you know first!

Inventory Updated 8-22-2014
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SOLD

1934 Pace Fancy Front 5c Slot Machine!

 
We just got in two slots that had been in a basement for decades this week! The first machine is a desirable 1934 Pace Fancy Front. This nickel machine is all original and currently locked up - no key.  We are selling this machine as is or if you are interested in having Nations Attic restore it for you, we are happy to email you a quote. The Fancy Front was a relatively short lived model but today these super bright machines are a favorite among many.

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slots@nationsattic.com - 316-371-1828
 

SOLD

1930 Watling Blue Seal 5c Slot Machine!

We just got in two slots that had been in a basement for decades this week! This machine is an original 1930 Watling Blue Seal. This nickel machine is all original and currently locked up - no key.  We are selling this machine as is or if you are interested in having Nations Attic restore it for you, we are happy to email you a quote. This machine does have the original Watling lock on the back, would be nice if the original cash box were inside as well!

 

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slots@nationsattic.com - 316-371-1828

 


1937 Bally Baby Bell 1c Trade Stimulator!

One of, if not the smallest trade stimulator ever made - the aplely named Baby Bell made by Bally. This penny machine is all original and works great. The cigrette reel strips look very nice as well as the award card on the front. There is a replacement lock on the back door. This machine appears to have the original brown wrinkle finish on the case. This really is a neat machine measuring only 7-1/4" tall!



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slots@nationsattic.com - 316-371-1828

 

Coming In - On Hold
1950 Mills 7-7-7 Hightop $ Slot Machine!


While there are
quite a few Mills Hightop slot machines still around, finding an authentic $1 example is very rare! These machines were made in very limited numbers, typically only for casino's. They utilized a very unique escalator that is different from the Mills escalators used on penny through half dollar machines. This machine could certainly stand to be restored, but it is a very 7-7-7 hightop well worth putting the money and time into. We will have more information and photos when it arrives.

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slots@nationsattic.com - 316-371-1828


Just Restored by Nations Attic - SOLD

1935 Jennings Chief Hunting Scene 5c!

 

Last year we found this early example of a O.D. Jennings Chief slot machine so we decided to restore it. The restoration came out amazing and now it's for sale! This is one of the very first Chief machines with the now famous Native American hunting scene on the lower front casting. We will post additional information in the near future. If interested in this machine please call, text or email.    

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slots@nationsattic.com - 316-371-1828

 

Restored - SOLD
1938 Watling Cherry Front 5c Slot Machine
 Restored by Nations Attic!

 
In late September we will have a very desirable Watling Rol-A-Top Cherry Front nickel slot machine restored and for sale. This machine will be professionally restored by Nations Attic both inside and out. These beautiful machines rarely come up on the market, especially in freshly restored condition. More information will be posted soon.

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slots@nationsattic.com - 316-371-1828
 

SOLD
1938 Mills Golf Ball Slot Machine - 25c

Here is a really neat and rare machine coming in.
These machines were made by Mills Novelty during the late 1930's and early 1940's. Sold directly to upper end golf courses, these machines would payout in golf balls rather than money. Mills used the rich looking Extraordinary model slot machine and modified the cabinet to hold golf balls and dispense them at the bottom. With the use of an electric motor, the appropriate number of golf balls would come out on winning plays.

These machines are quite difficult to find and very desirable. We just finished up giving this machine a factory correct brown textured paint job with hand painted green trim. We also installed factory correct golf reel strips and brand new correct award card. The wood cabinet retains its original finish which only adds to this machines mystique. The machine is loaded up with golf balls and ready to enjoy!


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slots@nationsattic.com - 316-371-1828

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