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    Posted 5 years ago

    Finnish_co…
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    Old gumball machines. The person who sold these said that they are probably made in Germany. Machine with gumballs in it works with 20 euro cent coins and dispences 1" gumballs. Another machine dispences 2" toy capsules and works with 1 euro coins.

    I have disassembled both machines and found no information about manufacturer of these machines. Does anybody have any information about manufacturer of these machines. Are they from 80´s ?

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    1. Earthling_ Earthling_, 5 years ago
      The instructions on them are in Finnish.
      1. Put money into the opening
      2. Turn fully to the right.
      3. Put your hand under and lift the door.

      Finland does use the Euro as their unit of currency.

      It looks like it says Beaver on the turn handle on the machine on the right. Perhaps it s a Beaver or a Beaver coin mechanism was used on it. You can try looking around Beaver's website, beavervending.com.

      -- Earth

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