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A vintage Mills Novelty Company Bursting Cherry nickel slot machine, circa 1930s; per owner, this machine once resided in Newport, Kentucky’s Refohnedein Sportsman Club. Made of cast iron the machine features three reels and a painted Art Deco front. All original with care instructions included. 1937 MILLS 5 Cent BURSTING CHERRY Slot Machine Watch… Mills Black Cherry Cast Iron 1945 Chrome 3 reel Slot Machine MTS. Slot Machines Image - Mills Bursting Cherry

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Mills 1937 "Bursting Cherry" Slot Machine. Serial # 447390. Purchased by Cmdr. Edward V. Horne in 1948 from the Officers Club at the American naval base in Pago Pago, Samoa. This slot machine was one of many located on American military bases throughout the country and abroad.

Produced by the Mills Novelty Company around 1937, this 'Cherry Burst slot' machine is in full working order having undergone a thorough restoration. Bursting Cherry - Slot Machine by Mills Novelty Co. The Bursting Cherry coin-operated Slot Machine by Mills Novelty Co. (circa 1937), and it's history and background, photos, repair help, manuals, for sale and wanted lists, and census survey is brought to you by The International Arcade Museum at the Museum fo the Game.

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