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Weesper Automaten Kabinet
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Het Weesper Automaten Kabinet is a museum of coin operated slotmachines. Most of them at least a 100 years old. All in perfect working order. And you can play them all with the provided applicable coins which are free available. Worth a visit.
Copyright: Harro smit
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Resolution: 8000x4000
Uploaded: 31/05/2012
Updated: 14/08/2014
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Tags: weesp; automatenkabinet; slotmachines
  • Harro Smit over 1 year ago
    Jelle Zijlmans - De Spullenbaas - heeft deze unieke collectie automaten bij elkaar verzameld. Iedere Zondag 12:00 tot 17:00 te bekijken. Beter nog: je mag er ook mee spelen!!
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