Founded by William Bryan (1894-1984) the products of the Bryans workshop are some of the most unusual, diverse and sought after penny in the slot machines on the market. This fabulous collection of machines we have for sale on the 18th July includes an impressive seventeen examples such as the Payramid, Retreeva, Tick-Tock, Trickler, Fruit Bowl and the incredibly unusual Quadmatic clock tower arcade set.
The 18th July auction will include a fabulous single owner collection of penny-in-the-slot machines. Whilst a large majority of this collection is of the upright ‘Allwin’ slot machine variety, there are some equally interesting and varied table top or free standing amusement machines for sale in the same auction. Some of the highlights are below.
In the bright and colourful world of penny-in-the-slot arcades amusement machines vie for attention of the visitors. For the manufacturers of these vintage slot machines, background artwork was a critical feature. Wondermatics Ltd founded by Tudah Walter Glover in the early 1950’s maximised on the elaborately coloured backgrounds for their Allwin machines and represent some of the most eye-catching designs available to penny-in-the-slot machine collectors today. Our 18th July auction of Penny Slot and pinball machines features six Wondermatic machines.