An original vintage 1933 A.B.T. ONE CENT Coin Slide. Has the three (3) hole mount. This Coin Slide was the most commonly used model before WW II. It has the three (3) hole mount to fit almost every machine made to take a coin slide. It features three (3) point slug rejection, detecting for brass washers, ferrous metal slugs (with a built in magnet), and token rejection. When Walt Tratsch’s A.B.T. coin slide first hit the market in the early 1920s, it accepted the coin, rejected slugs and actuated the machine. Almost all the coin-op manufacturers bought A.B.T. slides for their machines. New old stock never used.
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