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N.d., circa early 1940s. The Mills Novelty Company was once the world's largest manufacturer of coin operated machines, which include slot machines, jukeboxes and vending machines. The company can trace its origins to the 1880s, and in a vastly different form parts of the company survive to this day, and in fact there is still a business named Mills Novelty Company. Pictured on the poster are six colorful machines: the Silent Bell, the Golden Bell, the Mystery Front Vender, the Mystery Bell, the Extraordinary Front Vender and finally the Gooseneck Skyscraper Vender. Now attractively mounted and matted in a complementary brown card. Some light soiling. Two very inconspicuous tack holes. A corner chip now hidden under the matting.