January 27-28 Coin-Op & Advertising Day 1 2018-01-27 Auction - 397 Price Results - Dan Morphy Auctions in Nevada
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10¢ Genco Two-Player Super Basketball.: This arcade machine consists of two manikin basketball players, one in red shorts and the other in white with a green jersey. The Super is one of three versions of this model produced, having a match
0001: 10¢ Genco Two-Player Super Basketball.Est. $6,000-$9,000
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25¢ Sega Moto-Champ Motorcycle Arcade Game.: In 1973 Sega introduced this unique driving game to the market. Using the motorcycle handlebars, players maneuver their motorcycle figure along the road, weaving in and out of their opponents, being
0002: 25¢ Sega Moto-Champ Motorcycle Arcade Game.Est. $6,000-$9,000
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10¢ Genco Quarterback Football Arcade Game.: Genco Corp. made this exciting football game in 1957. Players "kick" the ball from a rotating platform and into any one of the many "Touchdown" or "Down" areas. Players could earn up to 100
0004: 10¢ Genco Quarterback Football Arcade Game.Est. $12,000-$17,000
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10¢ Williams Jet Fighter Arcade Game.: Large wooden gaming unit, painted yellow with decals of jet fighters flying in the sky throughout. By using light projection, players use the jet fighter control to shoot the motorized planes that
0005: 10¢ Williams Jet Fighter Arcade Game.Est. $10,000-$20,000
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5¢ Coinomatic Radio Rifle Arcade Game.: Players of this game use the rifle to shoot at targets that are projected from the hole in the cabinet. At the end of each game a small strip of film is dispensed, showing the hit shots as small
0006: 5¢ Coinomatic Radio Rifle Arcade Game.Est. $10,000-$20,000
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5¢ Sega Jumbo Arcade Machine.: A miniature circus contained in a glass dome, sitting atop a large square box painted with elephants throughout. The game runs extremely smooth but can be very challenging. The objective is to get
0008: 5¢ Sega Jumbo Arcade Machine.Est. $20,000-$30,000
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5¢ Supreme Bolascore Revamp Arcade Machine.: As there were many revamps of the H.C. Evans Ten Strike, this arcade game was remodeled in the 1940's during WWII. Player accumulates points by hitting a spoke on the rotary wheel that is motorized
0010: 5¢ Supreme Bolascore Revamp Arcade Machine.Est. $20,000-$30,000
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10¢, 20¢ Southland's Speedway Arcade Machine.: The game requires one to two players with a left and right steering wheel control in red and grey. A fun yet challenging game! Race with the opposing slot car around a figure-8 race track and the
0013: 10¢, 20¢ Southland's Speedway Arcade Machine.Est. $10,000-$15,000
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5¢ O.D. Jennings Football Pinball Machine.: This is an electro-mechanical arcade game with a college football theme featuring Notre Dame, North Western, Stanford, and many others. For a nickel, patron uses the lower knob to elevate balls and
0014: 5¢ O.D. Jennings Football Pinball Machine.Est. $9,000-$15,000
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**5¢ Western Equipment And Supply Co. Center Smash: This is a college themed pinball game that is also a slot machine. One nickel gives one ball. Patron plunges the ball into one of the nine slots for odds between 10 to 200. There are 7 college teams-
0016: **5¢ Western Equipment And Supply Co. Center SmashEst. $10,000-$15,000
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25¢ SEGA Stunt Car Arcade Game.: By using the steering wheel, control the muscle car to keep balls on the play field- the front of the car acts as an automatic bumper. Use the balls to fall into one of the seven holes, which then
0019: 25¢ SEGA Stunt Car Arcade Game.Est. $6,000-$9,000
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5¢ Mike Munves Bike Race Arcade Game.: A competitive two-player game where players must rotate their bike's wheel to make their cyclist the fastest. The two front wheels, one for each player, are rotated clockwise to send the cyclist
0020: 5¢ Mike Munves Bike Race Arcade Game.Est. $6,000-$9,000
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1¢ Mike Munves Mystic Pen Fortune Teller.: Originally "Wizard's Pen" from International Mutoscope in the 1930s, later acquired and repainted by Mike Munves in the 1940s & 1950s as "Mystic Pen". When patrons deposit a coin and place their hand
0021: 1¢ Mike Munves Mystic Pen Fortune Teller.Est. $6,000-$9,000
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