1940's Trade Stimulator, Imp Gumball Vendor, Mills Novelty Co, Chicago, *nr*
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1940's Trade Stimulator, Imp Gumball Vendor, Mills Novelty Co, Chicago, *nr*:
A Vintage 1-cent Trade Stimulator that any collector will certainly appreciate.
This is the IMP Ball Gum Vendor, manufactured in the 1940's by the Mills Novelty Co., Chicago.
This miniature Slot Machine is mechanically sound; the reels spin freely and play perfectly when a penny is inserted into the coin slot.
The payout flap was flipped over to reveal a "radio dial" on the reverse in the event of a police raid.
The teal metallic finish is original and shows age-appropriate wear consistent with use.
The included key reads: Fort Lock Co. Chicago, ILL. with a castle logo; not sure if it is the original, but works fine.
A great example that will be at home in any collection.
This Keeper measures approximately 5-3/4"W x 6-1/4"H x 5"D overall, and weighs 5.4 lbs.
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This IMP Trade Stimulator will be sold to the highest buyer, and ships promptly with tracking and full insurance.