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    Posted 4 years ago

    PreKolbs
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    I've never came a crossed a gumball machine like this before could someone tell me how old it is and what its worth. Serial # is 82243A

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    1. Toyrebel Toyrebel, 4 years ago
      Being made of wood has got to be very unusual. I don't know anything about it to help you, but thanks for sharing.
    2. Ms.CrystalShip Ms.CrystalShip, 4 years ago
      My neighbor collects these...He has some that would blow you away. Gambling machines, penny machines... this was most likely made in the 1950’s, though I’m no expert, just seen a lot via my neighbor.
      Not allowed to discuss value on this site, sorry...
    3. Earthling_ Earthling_, 4 years ago
      It's an Acorn. My favorite gumball machine. I have several of them. The shape of the chute cover (flap) indicates that it is an older one. The company that makes them is called Oak. So they're often referred to as Oak Acorns. The chrome parts on your machine seem to be in pretty good shape. Nice find.

      -- Earth

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