Antiques tend to carry a particular charm, the faded sparkle of years gone by. Vintage coin-ops and old advertising have that special sheen, the remnants of prior excitement and creativity. Potter & Potter Auctions will offer their upcoming Coin-Op & Advertising sale as a massive collection ranging from gambling and collectible items to traditional advertising and unusual signs. The leading lot is a Goo Goo Gum one cent Vendor from the 1920s, bearing all the intricacies of the fading Victorian style. This original and unrestored cabinet is still in working order, a major benefit for such a rare piece.
Various slot machines are also available, from a “Pace’s Races” from the 1930s to a modern Double Diamond electric machine. The overall focus on amusement gives this auction a note of whimsy, extending to the casino and beyond. To view the full catalog and register for online bidding, visit Potter & Potter Auctions.
Lot Categories:Collectibles (576)
# of Lots:576
Price Range:$80 to $15,000.
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|Goo Goo Gum One Cent Vendor||
|Pace Mfg. Pace’s Races 5 Cent Console Slot Machine||
|A Life-Size Animatronic Abraham Lincoln Figure||
|Mi Lola Cigar Reverse Painted Glass Sign||
|Country Store Oak and Glass Collar Display Case||
|Novelty Miniature Contraceptives||
- Banks, Vending and Registers
- Toys & Games
- Antique Collectibles
- Gambling Memorabilia
- Potter & Potter Auctions
- Slot Machines
- Vintage Advertising
- Vintage Signs
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