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Can anyone help what is the name and maker of this machine

Postby Nwestgreg » Sat Mar 11, 2017 2:10 pm

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Re: Can anyone help what is the name and maker of this machi

Postby drishoff » Sat Mar 11, 2017 6:14 pm

Trimount Coin machine Co. 1936
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Re: Can anyone help what is the name and maker of this machi

Postby Nwestgreg » Sat Mar 11, 2017 8:24 pm

Thank you for you information !
I found very little about this machine, and hoped some one could confirm
The construction of the machine I found to be inconsistent with other venders of the time
I picked it up awhile back cleaned It operates good.

Looks to be painted along the way, are there any publications describing the tri mount
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Re: Can anyone help what is the name and maker of this machi

Postby Anglobritish » Sun Mar 12, 2017 9:49 am

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Hi,
David Bond's The Trimount Company became a leading distributor of games during the early 1950's, up in the Boston area, I bought my first used jukeboxes from them in 1970, Marshall Carras was their general manager, the Marigold family who took it over are still active in the business. Your machine was first introduced at the annual convention in Chicago in February 1936 Trimount carried a four page add in Automatic Age Trade magazine at that time, it was produced in a variety of colors and could be mounted on a stand, a wall or on a counter, all of the major distributors carried this product at that time, see a page from that add.

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Re: Can anyone help what is the name and maker of this machi

Postby Nwestgreg » Sun Mar 12, 2017 11:25 am

Thank you Freddy for your information I have many machines and this one was difficult to find any history about it. your help and picture is greatly appreciated thank you Greg
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