The rear door includes the key to open up the mechanical works. The coin box is a wooden replacement box. The is a serial number etched into the front casing of (2123640).
They call it a "GOOSENECK BELL MODEL" as there is a Liberty Bell and 1776 near the gooseneck styled coin slot. I don't have much more information on it other than it has been maintained by an older gentleman is San Diego who has repaired slot machines (John) and he tells me that there are VERY FEW technicians alive now that can even repair mechanical slot machines. His business card is attached to the interior wall of the mechanism area. There are a few in the Las Vegas area, he says.I have oiled the mechanism with WD-40 and it seems to be moving smoothly. Make sure that children aren't jamming dimes in the machine without cranking the handle as it can jam and then you have a 15 minute job of clearing out a dozen or more wedged dimes in the coin slot area. The painted characters on the metal casing are becoming fainter as time and undoubtedly UV sunlight as affected the paint.
Obviously this machine could be restored but many people like to keep the exterior casing in its untouched/unrestored condition. It serves as a very good stand for the machine to rest upon. The machine alone weighs over 80 pounds.
The item "Antique Mills 10 Cent Art Deco Slot Machine, c. 1925 Gooseneck WORKS GREAT" is in sale since Wednesday, June 2, 2021.This item is in the category "Collectibles\Casino\Slots\Machines\Antique Coin Slot Machines". The seller is "6fish25" and is located in Escondido, California. This item can't be shipped, the buyer must pick up the item.