Slot Machines

Currently we have no machines listed for sale, when they become available we will list links to the pages so that you can view the photos. We try to provide enough pictures so that the buyer can see what he is getting.

This page will take you to machines that are for sale, or allow you to view pages of slots that have been in my collection and sold. Some of these older machines are very popular and some are rare machines that will command high dollars when sold.

All machines listed are more than 25 years old.

“Due to laws regulating the sale of antique slot machines, I, as the seller, will not sell to members in the states of Alabama, Connecticut, Hawaii, Nebraska, South Carolina, and Tennessee. Attempts to purchase from members residing in any of these states will be canceled .Buy It Now transactions with buyers residing in these states will be considered void.”


Previously owned Machines

Here you will find some of the machines that have been in my collection over the years. From the old Pace Kitty to the old reliable Bally 742. The old Bally was probably the one machine in the casinos that would pay all of the over head since they seemed to run forever. Check the Slots menu and then Sold-Slots to see more about these fantastic slot machines of yesteryear.


Antique Slot Machines

Restored Original 1937, 10 cent, Pace Kitty

This is a restored Pace Kitty, Like most Pace Kitty’s, it is missing the kitty counter and assorted linkage for this option. These items had been removed by the operators because of the problems they caused and  parts were discarded. I have heard that someone had made or reproduced these parts, but I have no idea who, or where to even look . This is a very nice machine and has never jammed. , The Pace Kitty is a very rare and scarce machine.

This is the Mills silent F.O.K. or also known as the Modern Front. This is a very nice restored 10 cent slot, all original with original back door. The mint vendors in front vend a roll of mints for each dime. This made this machine a mint vendor and so it found it’s way around the law. It vended a roll of mints for a dime and you also got to pull the handle and try to win some money. A mint vendor, not a slot machine. So why was everyone trying to buy mints when the vendors showed that they were empty? However, this worked and got around the laws in some states where slot machines were illegal, but mint vendors were not. 

1938 Mills Brown Front

This is a 1938 Mills Brown Front 25 cent slot machine. It’s original with it’s preferred original paint. However, this is a rare model as the front castings are made out of cast iron and not cast aluminum like most all slots are. You can tell if the fronts are cast iron by sticking a magnet on it. If it sticks, it’s cast iron. This machine is in very good original condition which is the one most preferred by slot collectors. We have gone through the mechanism and cleaned, lube, oil, adjusted, and timed it. It runs great and has a working reserve jackpot in it.

Sadly many of these fantastic machines were destroyed by State and Federal government agencies, some still sit at the bottom of the San Francisco Bay

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