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    Posted 4 days ago

    pwinfy
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    Hi there!
    I’m leaning towards purchasing this vendo but it will be the priciest piece I will be spending for an item so naturally I’m very cautious. I will clean it up while I use it in my office. The seller says it works so I will try it out with a bottle if I get it. I can’t read the label well and don’t see many that is all white. Any history on this make? What’s a decent price if it works? If it doesn’t? Thanks in advance!

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    1. keramikos keramikos, 4 days ago
      pwinfy, Cool.

      I can't quite make out the stamped model/serial information on that label. However, this site seems to be a treasure trove of information about Vendo coke machines, and per it, the vintage of your machine based on the style of that black and silver label is 1952-1967:

      http://grandamericajukebox.com/vintage-soda-machines/vendo-coke-machine-history-and-serial-numbers/

      Per that same source, it's probably an H110 (1952-1959), and probably one of the later minor versions.

      http://grandamericajukebox.com/vintage-soda-machines/vendo-coke-machine-history-and-serial-numbers/#V-H110

      There's quite a bit of detailed information about the H110 on that page, so you'll want to look at it (cut-and-paste seems to have been disabled on that site, but one could get around that if one were so inclined).

      Valuation isn't something done here at Collectors Weekly Show & Tell. Appraisals here at CW are done at a sibling site under the Barnebys corporate umbrella (for a fee):

      https://www.valuemystuff.com/us/start-valuation/

      The free appraisal method is to look at eBay, etc. for similar machines (once you've determined the minor model version of machine you have).

      Good luck.

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