- Bally Slot Machines
- Mills Slot Machines
- Jennings Slot Machines
- Slot Machine Accessories
- Watling Slot Machines
- Video Poker Machines
- Repair Services
- Misc. Slot Machines
- Online Casinos
- Popular Casinos
Welcome to Antique Slot Machines
From the slot machines humble beginnings in 1895 to the position it holds as the biggest
moneymaker for todays casino industry, theres no questioning the fact that the slot
machines have a long and fascinating history in America.
If you're looking for more information about slot machines, whether you want to purchase an antique of your own or simply wish to brush up on the history of a multi billion dollar industry, you've come to the right place. This website is dedicated to providing an introduction to the slot machine in its many forms, including antique and modern gambling machines, as well as providing information about current state laws and regulations that can affect you greatly as a collector or dealer.
We will provide specific details about the major slot machine manufacturers such as Bally, Mills, Watling, Poker, Pace and other mechanical or electronic gambling devices. Additionally, this site offers information on topics of interest related to this industry, such as slot machine repair & restoration services and links to places you can gather additional information and services.
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Bally Slot Machines
Bally’s long history of quality and innovation in the slot machine industry has made antique Bally slot machines a prized commodity among slot machine collectors.
Jennings Slot Machines
In 1906, Ode Jennings established Industry Novelty Company, Incorporated. Its business was the refurbishment of slot machines manufactured by Mills.
Mills Slot Machines
Founded in 1891 by Mortimer Birdsul Mills, the Mills Novelty Company began in Chicago and sold his patented, coin-operated, cigar vending machines.
Watling Slot Machines
For 28 years, Watling dominated the market as one of the three great manufacturers of coin operated slot machines including in 1936 for the now-famous ROL-A-TOP design.