Frank Polk

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Re: Frank Polk

Postby oldslotman » Sun Jun 23, 2019 10:22 am

Looks like it could be a Manny Sanchez carving
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Re: Frank Polk

Postby elplano » Sun Jun 23, 2019 2:08 pm

Thanks a bunch. I found a few pictures of a Sanchez indian and the are very close. Did Sanchez mark any of his work? How does the value compare to a Polk? Do you think the cabinet is miss-marked as $10 rather than $50.
I thought the $10 award went with 5c machines as this has the 25c mechanism. Any info on Sanchez would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks a million,
Ernie
PS-I found this part laying loose--any idea where it belongs?
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Re: Frank Polk

Postby oldslotman » Sun Jun 23, 2019 10:03 pm

That part is from the escalator. The operators could use any payout they wanted since it is a hand payout and not paid by the machine. That machine looks like it could be a product of Royal Bell
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Re: Frank Polk

Postby YourBestBet » Wed Oct 02, 2019 6:34 pm

elplano wrote:I'm a newbie and just acquired this slot from an estate and wondered if it a Frank Polk? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
thanks, Ernie


Ernie - if you remove the back bonnet are there initials carved in the piece of the head that's attached? Does it look similar to this picture?

Your figure looks incredibly similar to mine.
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