Slot machines and coin-op games: a collector's guide to one-armed bandits and amusement machines
The colorful and fast-changing worlds of arcade and casino are brought to life in this fascinating history of coin-operated amusement games. The games are divided by category into: baseball machines, gun or rifle games, bowling machines, pinball machines, one-armed bandits, and novelty arcade machines. Packed with over 120 full color photos and historic sales fliers.
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