/real-money-usa-online-casinos-with-no-deposit-bonus.html. A MILLS WAR EAGLE BELL FRUIT GUM 25¢ SLOT MACHINE - Oct 31, 2020 Soulis Auctions in MO The 1930s 25-cent slot machine with War Eagle graphics highlighted in enamel paints, three tin litho reels, oak case. On Oct 31, 2020.
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This Manual is in a PDF format. Late model slot machine with the round rod casino handle. Original manual copy in gray scale, makes for a larger file but nice and clear so you can pick out the details, includes instructions, part numbers, photo's and information. Instant download after purchase.
Mills High Top Slot Machine Manual with ribbed sword handle
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- Bell-Fruit-Gum 5¢ Slot Machine, copyright 1910 by Mills Novelty Co., Chicago, 25” tall on wood base, (overall fair-good condition with no casting, loss, details have been repainted, no key).
This Manual is in a PDF format. Original manual copy in gray scale also, includes instructions, part numbers, photo's, Gold Award Unit, and information. Instant download after purchase.
Bell Fruit Gum Slot Machine
This Manual is in a PDF format. This Manual covers the Mills Jumbo Parade console slot machine, both payout and free play models. It also has some history and photo's of the different types of Jumbo Parade Models, some wiring diagrams, and a few pages on the attached 'Skill Feature' unit and wiring for it. Part numbers and troubleshooting tips, switch locations, set up and service. Instant download after purchase.
This Manual is in a PDF format. This Mills 'M' head parts and service manual is for the open front type mechanical slot machine called the 'M' head because of it's coin head design that looks like a 'M'. Instant download after purchase.
This Manual is in a PDF format. 39 photos as a dice mechanism was taken apart. This collection of photos can be very helpful to you on working on a mills dice machine, you can look through the photo's and see if your missing something, or if a spring is missing, or maybe if you just forgot where this, or that part went on the Mills Dice machine. Instant download after purchase.
This Manual is in a PDF format. Color copy of the original 'Sales brochure titled Snake Eyes. This is a rare Color Copy of the original Mills Dice Sales Brochure, and would really fit right in if you have one of these machines, or plan to have one someday. This very brochure was used in the book, 'Lemons, Cherries and Bell-Fruit-Gum by Richard M. Bueschel, and Dick 'Richard' sold it to me after his book was published. His passing was our great loss in the antique coin operated machine field. Instant download after purchase.
Mills Mechanical Dice Slot Machine Information and History Article
Mills Bell Fruit Gum Slot Machine
This Manual is in a PDF format. In Color. This is a great article, several pages on the mills dice machine, how to tell the difference between round and square plug models and what those differences are. Great photo's of the machines parts and how it all works. Instant download after purchase.
This Manual is in a PDF format. This manual will tell you about everything you need to know about how the machine works, part names and part locations, photo's and instructions, diagrams and lots of other information you need to know before you stick your nose into the world's most complicated all mechanical coin operated gambling machine. Instant download after purchase.
Mills Type Open Front 'Coin Devices International Inc
This Manual is in a PDF format. This manual is for a Mills machine but modified a little to make a new type of Open Front Machine by Coin Devices International Inc in about 1965. Rare slot machine manual, with good clear mechanism photo's and some instructions and large part identification information. Also includes a letter from Coin Devices to a customer dated 01-09-65. Manual is about 21 pages. Instant download after purchase.
This Manual is in a PDF format. This manual is the Bell-O-Matic Manual with photo's, information and part numbers. Instant download after purchase.
Nations Attic performs quite a few restorations on antique slot machines in the course of a year. Alot of the machines are classics from the 1930’s and 1940’s. Sometimes the owners will share with us the stories behind the machine and why they are having it restored.
My personal favorite story and machine to restore this past year (2011) was a rare 1911 Mills Special Gum Vender Liberty Bell. Cast iron slot machines and trade stimulators from before World War 1 are rare. It’s always a treat to handle one and study how they were made.
Mills Bell Slot Machine
Earlier in the year we had a gentleman in Oklahoma contact us about restoring this machine. The photos above show the condition it was in when it arrived in our shop. While not in horrible condition, it had been painted over with an orange paint, the mechanism was seized up and broken in 3 spots, the award frame was bolted to the lower front casting and the curved glass was missing.
While these early machines are smaller than examples from the 1930’s and 1940’s – they are heavier! Apparently the owner had been using this piece of American cast iron history as a weight in the back of his truck when it iced and snowed! While it did serve this purpose well, he decided to check with us to see if this machine had any value or not.
Mills Bell Fruit Gum Dime Slot Machine
After checking with us about its value and restoration costs, he decided to bring to our shop in Wichita, Kansas and have it restored. He then invested in some sand bags to put in the back of his truck for weight rather than using a 100 year old slot machine, ha ha! All kidding aside, the owner is a wonderful guy with a great family story regarding the machine and reasons for having it restored.
The Mills Novelty Special Gum Vender Liberty Bell is a really great looking machine. It is one of the very first three reel slot machines made. When Mills Novelty came out with their Operator Bell & Liberty Bell machines in 1910 they knew they had a hit on their hands. So in 1911 they made a version of the Liberty Bell that vended rolls of mints. This machine originally had a mint vender attached to the left side of the cabinet. In almost every case the side vender attachment is missing, as it is in this case. This is also why the lower front of the machine appears to be a billboard for Liberty Bell Gum-Fruit 5c packages!
After taking the old paint off the castings, polishing and having them re-nickel plated all of the details came alive! The early mechanism with its simple form was actually more challenging to work on since Mills had not developed all the user friendly features that are common on 1930’s machines. With all the usual restoration details attended to, this machine will live on – just not in the back of a pick-up truck!
We have included some photos of this historic machine after restoration below. While the machine turned out looking great it was even better to present it to the owner and re-unite this piece of American history with the family!
Mills Gum Machine