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My interest lies predominantly in gum, candy, and peanut machines from the late 's through the start of World War II, so that's mainly what you'll see herebut I also have other types of vendors tossed in for good measure. On this site you'll find the following: Pictures and descriptions of stuff I own now, owned at some point after I started the site in but no longer own, or never owned but temporarily possessed. These include any information I have on the model and think is relevant and potentially interesting, as well as any interesting stories associated with the specific machine s shown.
Interesting to meanyway, but you be the judge. Other information and links to sites that may interest you. Musings, rants, raves, and articles that may interest collectors or potential collectors.
Stuff for sale, most of which was in my collection until it got bumped by other stuff now in my collection. Like all collectors, my spatial and financial resources are finite so I sometimes have to make Tough Choices about what to keep and what to sell. Having said that, using the site to sell stuff is not a high priority for me, so if you're looking for something in particular please me. I may have it but it may never make it to thator I may know someone else who does.
I'm always looking to buy quality original vending machines, especially those made before World War II. Whether you have one machine or many, please contact me so we can discuss exchanging your machines for my money. You can reach me at the address below. The contents of this site are copyrightedplease don't use anything on this site without my permission which I'll probably grant, but please ask first. If you have any suggestions for improving the site, or if you have anything you'd like to contribute to it, then please me at the address below.
Thank you.Antique candy vending machines
email: [email protected] - phone:(250) 578-7387 x 2660
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