1920'S EXHIBIT SUPPLY CUPID'S POST OFFICE FORTUNE TELLER An extremely rare and absolutely beautiful Exhibit Supply Co. fortune teller card vendor. Gorgeous quarter sawn oak cabinet, art deco details and a fantastic marquee. Love letters are for both men and women, depending on your choice.Almost 100 years old and a fortune teller that you more than likely will never see again. Great Americana!
1925 EXHIBIT SUPPLY TRUE LOVE LETTER FORTUNE TELLER Rare and in extremely beautiful condition. Often set up as a standing fortune teller, this machine dispenses a large post card for 1 cent with the patron's future partner and a fun description of their future bride or groom. There are two coin mechs on this game: one for a man, one for a women (the cards dispensed are different). What a special piece!
1926 EXHIBIT SUPPLY SPEAR THE DRAGON You never see these anymore. Beautiful reproduction oak cabinet with detailed castings. The patron inserts their penny into the slot and grips two metal knobs to feel the electric current. The electric current starts out gently and increases in strength as the knight figure approaches to slay the dragon. Players would compete against one another to who could move the knight the furthest. Great game!
1927 EXHIBIT SUPPLY GRANDFATHER'S CLOCK Rae as hen's teeth. Fantastic cabinet with a touch of patina, original grip, clock, mechanics, claw feet, locks, coin door, keys etc. The player inserts a penny and begins to squeeze the handle. The pendulum starts to swing. The harder the player squuezes the handle, the more times the bell will ring. Extremely rare, especially in this particular condition!
1927 EXHIBIT SUPPLY HERCULES BALL GRIP Another early arcade strength tester you never see anymore. Fantastic cabinet, original grip, mechanics, claw feet, locks, coin door, keys, etc. The player inserts a penny and begins to squeeze the handle. As the player squeezes harder the ball begins to rise. A bell chimes as the ball lowers back into the original resting position.Extremely rare in this caliber of condition!
1928 EXHIBIT SUPPLY TIGER PULL Rarer than hens teeth.... Pull the tiger's tail and if you pull hard enough, the tiger "roars". Strength is measured on the large round meter lodges in the tiger's chest. Works on a penny. Absolute mint condition and works to the highest order!
1929 EXHIBIT SUPPLY DONKEY IN THE GOLD MINE FORTUNE TELLER You never see these anymore. Beautiful reproduction oak cabinet with detailed castings. The patron inserts their quarter, then the mineshaft chain begins moving and a donkey pulling a wagon exits the mine. In the back of the wagon is a card with your fortune written on it. As the donkey passes the drop cup, it backs up and tips your fortune card into the cup.
1929 EXHIBIT SUPPLY PALMISTRY FORTUNE TELLER Another extremely rare and absolutely beautiful Exhibit Supply Co. fortune teller card vendor. Gorgeous quarter sawn oak cabinet, with art deco details and a great marquee. There are two coin mechs on this game: one for the male and one for the women (the cards dispensed are different).Palm reading fortune cards revealing personal traits and the future. Again, another almost one hundred year old fortune teller that you more than likely will never see again. Mint!
1930'S EXHIBIT SUPPLY LOVE TESTER Rare and equally beautiful Exhibit Supply Love Tester penny arcade machine. Completely original example, marquee, locks, claw feet grip, paper display, etc. The player inserts a penny and begins to squeeze the handle. As the player squeezes the handle one light will turn on next to the corresponding love quote describing you. Quotes like, lovable, jealous, bashful, harmless, cold, etc.Works well. Another great piece of Americana!
1930'S EXHIBIT SUPPLY ROTARY MERCHANDISER The Rotary Merchandiser is a variation on the very popular digger and crane games of the 1930's. Insert a nickel and the inner platform begines to rotate. The Player can then press the "Stop" button to stop the wheel from turning and activate the pusher. Prizes are retrieved from the drawer at the front of the machine. Fun early arcade machine!
1930'S EXHIBIT SUPPLY SUNBURST "LIGHT UP" DIGGER Perhaps the nicest known example. The Exhibit Supply Sunburst "Light Up" Digger is the only digger model ever made to have lighted panels on the lower cabinet corners and the upper header area. Referred to as the "Light-up" digger because of this unique, jukebox style, feature.Unique in style due to oversized cabinetry and elaborate inlay veneer work. The crane boom itself is more massive than other diggers. Very rare and the most beautiful digger ever made in my opinion!
1930'S EXHIBIT SUPPLY ASTROLOGY FORTUNE TELLER Another rare and equally unique Exhibit Supply fortune teller penny arcade machine. This awesome fortune teller with twelve different coin slides. Each of the coin slides coincides with a month of the year and offers fortune cards made especially to the corresponding astrological signs. Above the coin slides is an astrologer sitting near his telescope and cat, next to a window overseeing the city landscape. Rare!
1935 EXHIBIT SUPPLY PLAY BALL The only known only example in existence. 10 balls for a nickel. It is hard to believe that in 1935, a machine containing this caliber of advanced internal workings even existed. A beautiful illuminated playfield, with a mounted running man unit on the playfield. Once the game has concluded, it mechanically dispenses out a printed ticket with the score of your individual game on it. A once in a lifetime type of collectible!
1939 EXHIBIT SUPPLY SMILING SAM FORTUNE TELLER Very rare piece of Americana and coin-op history. Perhaps the nicest example in existence. Smiling Sam"The VooDoo Man"fortune teller.The player inserts a dime and The VooDoo Man becomes an animated figure as his eyes and mouth begin to move around.I also have the original fortunes that arevended with this great fortune teller. One of my favorite pieces!
1939 EXHIBIT SUPPLY FOOT VITALIZER What a nostalgic collectible. The player inserts a dime and then steps on the foot platform to become re-energized.Perhaps the absolute nicest example in existence. Interesting piece of Americana!
1940 EXHIBIT SUPPLY LICENSE BUREAU FORTUNE TELLER Often set up as a standing fortune teller, this machine dispenses a random silly license. "Any Old License To Do Any Old Thing." At the front of this machine are two coin slots, the left for female and the right for male. Each hold different license titles, for example- there are licenses for Gold Diggers, Wise Crackers and Joy Killers. Fun machine!
1940 EXHIBIT SUPPLY SHORT STOP Truly only a very few in existence. An extremely gorgeous vintage baseball themed woodrail. Awesome playfield animation with a rotating turntable that loads balls as basemen. Has all the great early MLB teams like the Yankees, Dodgers, Reds, Indians, Cubs, Red Sox, etc. A must have for any vintage coin op or baseball collector!
1948 EXHIBIT SUPPLY SAMBA An original perfect functioning woodrail with the fantastic "Samba" dancing theme. What a fantastic game and a great addition to any pinball collection or perhaps for a dance studio owner looking for a great rare art deco dance themed piece of Americana!
1950 EXHIBIT SUPPLY DALE SIX SHOOTER Rare and beautifully restored Exhibit Supply Six Shooter arcade game. In fantastic condition, works perfectly and a classic western themed gun game with a small foot print. Sharpshooter ticket vendor intact and working to perfection.
1951 EXHIBIT SUPPLY DALE GUN PATROL Rare and beautifully restored Exhibit Supply Dale Gun Patrol arcade game. In fantastic condition, works perfectly and a great World War 2 themed game with a small foot print. Sharpshooter ticket vendor intact and working to perfection.
1956 EXHIBIT SUPPLY PEEP SHOW BARRELS Remember these? Entices viewer to insert coin to view the entertaining risque joke.Used in penny arcades, old time traveling county fairs and carnivals. Just a great piece of Americana. Rare, pristine condition and has a nice patina.