The company was bought out in 1951 by the Atlas Mfg & Sales Co.
Insert a penny, press down handle and machine dispenses lighter fluid to refill your lighter. Nice example of a vintage vending machine
This art deco styled perfume machine offered the customer two different selections. The coin operated machine has a big beveled mirror on front so the customer could check their appearance. Squirty Boy is not the original decal that came on the machine.
When a coin is placed in the slot and the handle on the right side of the machine is pulled, a series of motions occur. The cat dips his head, his arm holding a dustpan style tray receives a card from the vendor while his right hand, which holds a cane, lifts the lid of the wicker basket, and his body turns to drop your fortune from his tray, all while the cat's head turns and nods. Nice example of a vintage arcade machine
This came out of Coney Island. Yes, those are bullet holes. I saw this sign on Ebay several years and just had to have it. She now hangs over our fireplace. I do have a black and white photo of it hanging in Coney Island, Olga Queen of the Gypsies is definitely a one of a kind Piece of antique advertising, folk art and Coney Island history