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Allwin. A Fireworks Wall Machine

A Fireworks wall machine from 1946 named the Allwin by Stevenson & Lovett.

The game machine comprises an electric and mechanical mechanism. You insert a penny at the top of the Allwin machine and 5 ball bearing balls are released. The aim of the game is to accumulate 33,000 points or more and you win your penny back.

The good old days.

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