Coin-op machines are on a roll for Victorian Casino auction March 11-13

Stinson Organ Co. front on Wurlitzer double tracker band organ, which uses a standard Wurlitzer 165 music roll. Image courtesy of Victorian Casino Antiques.

Stinson Organ Co. front on Wurlitzer double tracker band organ, which uses a standard Wurlitzer 165 music roll. Image courtesy of Victorian Casino Antiques.

LAS VEGAS – Victorian Casino Antiques’ Spring Auction will feature two band organs, a pedal car owned by Steve McQueen, and an early handwritten Elvis Presley letter, along with more than 75 slot machines and 20 jukeboxes. The March 11-13 auction will consist of more than 1,300 lots.

LiveAuctioneers will provide Internet live bidding for the Saturday and Sunday sessions, both of which will begin at 9 a.m. Pacific.

There will be numerous Coca-Cola items from two large collections and much more. Categories will include coin-op, slot machines, jukeboxes, vending, arcade, advertising, signs, soda fountain, barbershop, cigar, folk art and many other unique items.

Victorian Casino Antiques’ Winter Auction, held in Las Vegas on Jan. 15-16, was well attended by over 300 people. Highlights were a Wurlitzer 950 jukebox that sold for $29,400 including buyers premium; a Pace Royal Comet twin jackpot console slot machine, $6,600; a Filbin Mastero jukebox, $9,300; a Chicago Coin Baseball Champ skill game, $8,400; a Wurlitzer 850 Peacock jukebox, $19,800; and a Savoyad Polyphone organ grinder automation figure, $40,800.

All items in the March 11-13 auction can be viewed online on the Victorian Casino Antiques website www.vcaauction.com.

For details contact Victorian Casino Antiques, 4520 Arville St. #1, Las Vegas, NV 89103. Phone: 702-382-2466, fax: 702-382-6513 or e-mail: VCA@lvcoxmail.com.

 

View the fully illustrated catalogs and register to bid absentee or live via the Internet as the sale is taking place by logging on to www.LiveAuctioneers.com.


ADDITIONAL LOTS OF NOTE


Large Wurlitzer Model 146A band organ, nicely restored. Image courtesy of Victorian Casino Antiques.

Large Wurlitzer Model 146A band organ, nicely restored. Image courtesy of Victorian Casino Antiques.

Early coin-op floor model Caille Bros. ‘Mascot Grip Test - Lung Test’ arcade machine with marquee and keys. Image courtesy of Victorian Casino Antiques.

Early coin-op floor model Caille Bros. ‘Mascot Grip Test – Lung Test’ arcade machine with marquee and keys. Image courtesy of Victorian Casino Antiques.

The American version of the 1-cent cast-iron wall mount bull's head perfume machine by Continental Novelty Co., Buffalo, N.Y., circa 1908. Turning the bull’s horns sprays perfume from his nostrils. Image courtesy of Victorian Casino Antiques.

The American version of the 1-cent cast-iron wall mount bull’s head perfume machine by Continental Novelty Co., Buffalo, N.Y., circa 1908. Turning the bull’s horns sprays perfume from his nostrils. Image courtesy of Victorian Casino Antiques.

Rare 5-cent Bally Reliance counter dice machine, circa 1935, eight-pay model, with keys. Image courtesy of Victorian Casino Antiques.

Rare 5-cent Bally Reliance counter dice machine, circa 1935, eight-pay model, with keys. Image courtesy of Victorian Casino Antiques.