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Jamieson Mini Golf/Bowl/Match, Royal Flush, Bingo etc.

Posted: Sun Jun 16, 2013 7:57 pm
by coppinpr
Not my sort of thing but looks interesting. Is it a common machine?

NSM Super Match Football Allwin

Re: Electric, allwin-type German machine on ebay

Posted: Sun Jun 16, 2013 8:47 pm
by andy g
Looks similar to two machines in the upcoming auction.

Re: Electric, allwin-type German machine on ebay

Posted: Mon Jun 17, 2013 8:19 pm
by pennymachines
According to Ian Jamieson's fascinating three part history of his father's company in the MMM:
The Mini-Match in the auction on Sunday was produced in the "early '70s" - the first of a new line in electronic, printed circuit board machines.
Jamiesons produced these non-payout, amusement-only machines and started to explore export markets in response to the 1968 Betting and Gaming Act (which came into force in 1969).
They were exhibited in Vienna in 1970 and attracted great interest from the Danes and Swiss.
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The strikingly similar German NSM-Löwen Super-Match was introduced in 1968. What was the story, I wonder?


Re: Electric, allwin-type German machine on ebay

Posted: Tue Jun 18, 2013 8:33 am
by jonesthegarage
Two of the earlier versions from Germany, the second in a sorry old state but the first fully working although the balls being replaced by marbles which is currently rather noisy. For the etymologists among you marbles were referred to as "glass alleys" when I was a lad, not an expression I've heard lately.

Re: NSM and Jamieson electric allwins

Posted: Tue Jun 18, 2013 12:08 pm
by badpenny
I have had one of the German units and spiffing good fun to play it was too.

However, when I open a machine and find sheets of plastic with Licorice Allsorts and plastic bobbly bits glued to it I get the heeby jeebies.

BP

Jamiesons' machines (Bingo)

Posted: Sun Jan 12, 2014 6:14 pm
by jubileeriviera1
Topic moved & merged - Site Admin.

Hi,
Anyone out there know what year this machine was made? Has anyone got gold trim for sale for around the top Bingo decal or any reproduction or original flyers for the machine?
Thanks.

Re: jamiesons machines (BINGO)

Posted: Sun Jan 12, 2014 7:23 pm
by slotalot
Hi, They made at least 3 different models of the Bingo & a mini Bingo over the years, which one have you got?? :D

Jamiesons' machines (Bingo)

Posted: Mon Jan 13, 2014 5:57 pm
by jubileeriviera1
Topic moved & merged - Site Admin.

Hi,
I have an electro mechanical Bingo machine. I'm looking for a set of the white? plastic balls for it. Can anyone help?
The machine is Jamiesons' Bingo.
Also anyone know how to tighten the ball kicker spring or have any for sale?

Thanks.

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Bingo machine on ebay

Posted: Thu Nov 06, 2014 11:14 pm
by glittering-prize67
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Has anyone seen that Bingo machine on ebay? It's floor-standing and looks like Jamesons at 250 quid. It's a bit far for me now as I have disciplined myself and not spending silly amounts on collecting. He also has a Basketball on 2p. What is your opinion on this machine? I made an offer to allow for collection but was turned down. I would like to know the maker, as I thought all Jamesons' were wall-mounted.

Re: bingo machine on ebay

Posted: Thu Nov 06, 2014 11:24 pm
by slotalot
glittering-prize67 wrote:I would like to know the maker, as I thought all Jamesons' were wall mounted
You can find info on Jamiesons and others here... http://www.slotmachines.bravehost.com/page11.html !!JUNK!!