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We buy, sell and trade original slots, arcade machines, trade stimulators, pinball machines, unique vending machines, and antique music and advertising. We have been dealing in vintage coin-operated machines since 1987. We love these great 20th Century antiques. The best thing about these great collectables is that you can play with them, not just display them. We are constantly buying, selling, trading or restoring one or more of these classics. We can locate hard to find machines from any era. If there is a particular machine you want for your own, let us know, and we will find it.

Wander through our website to see just a small sampling of the vast array of machines we deal in. Rest assured that all of our transactions are handled in a discreet professional manner.

Here at SlotsEtc.Com, we pay the highest cash prices for quality machines. We can have machines looked at and picked up from anywhere quickly and professionally. Call Us or email us to discuss your machine.

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Some of our favorites

Watling Bird of Paradise (1936)

Caille Aristocrat (1932)

Paces Races (1936)

Rock-Ola Official Sweepstakes (1933)

Chicago Coin Basketball Champ (1947)

Pictured above: United Twin Shuffle Alley Rebound (1951), Williams Mini Golf (1964), Williams Ten Strike (1957), Gottlieb Subway (1966), and Gottlieb Gold Strike (1975)

Buckley Bones (1935)

Mills Dice (1937)

Rock-Ola 1454,Vendo 44 & Coin Changer,Shyvers Multiphone, Mills Dice etc.

Mills 21 Star "Firebird" QT (1934)

Gottlieb Subway (1966), and a Gottlieb factory clock

Pictured above: Rock-Ola Hold and Draw, and below: A.B.T.Big Game Hunter and Victory Basketball

Pictured above: Rock-Ola 1422 and Tonette speaker (1946), and 1544 wallbox (1956)

Pictured above: Ward's Lemon Crush syrup dispenser, and below: Orange Crush porcelain dispenser

Pictured above a Triple Scoopy Gum Vendor and Silver King Musical Ballerina (1950). Below a Peo Baseball trade stimulator from the 30s.

Pictured above a Ko-Pak-Ta nut vendor, and below a Blatz Beer display.


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