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    Posted 2 years ago

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    Picked up this antique 1 cent machine today any idea of year ?? Or age thanks . Full of coins too no key

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    1. AnythingObscure AnythingObscure, 2 years ago
      Your local locksmith will be your friend to ultimately make/get a key for either its coin compartment or its top lid. (those both quite likely to be completely different styles of key) Are there any markings on it (beyond those numbers on the inside of its door) anywhere to suggest who made it? What a FUN machine it is anyways, just like it is!! <cheers><applause>
    2. Johnant, 2 years ago
      No other identification numbers or names 20s or 30s???
    3. DaveBrown, 2 years ago
      That's an early version of the Topper made by Victor Vending Corp. That's the VVC you see on the flap. First production was 1938 and collectors call it the "38 Topper" or "early Topper". There are several later versions of the Victor Topper that you can easily find with a google search.

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