Welcome to a new series highlighting niche collections in the coin-op world
I have a broad collection that peaks into a number of obscure corners of coin-op, but some people have zeroed in on specific areas and built fascinating collections around them.
The history of these machines is preserved thanks to a handful of loving and obsessive collectors, and I want to help showcase them: the machines and the collectors.
Niche Collection 001: Scottie's Allwins https://pinballnovice.blogspot.com/2020/02/niche-collections-scotties-allwins.html
Niche Collection 002: pindude152's bingos https://pinballnovice.blogspot.com/2020/02/niche-collections-pindude152s-bingos.html
Niche Collection 003: Craig's one-ball horse race pinballs https://pinballnovice.blogspot.com/2020/02/niche-collections-craigs-one-ball-horse.html
Do you have an interesting niche collection that might make a good post? Get in touch with me at
slot machines, pachinko, drop case, 19th century machines, EM gun games, pre-war pins, coin pushers, automata, rhythm machines, extremely rare pinball machines, coin-op bowling, European coin flick games, German wall machines, machines focused on specific topics, machines focused on specific regions, machines focused on specific features, etc etc etc