Harris Creek Trading Co.
"Gifts and Collectibles From Around the World"
Gameroom Items
Triple Bonanza slot machine by IGT
Slot Machines
Double Strike slot machine by IGT
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Triple Bonanza

Direct from the casino to your home!
Top prize on our Triple Bonanza slot is
7,500 coins! This slot accepts quarters
and is ready to go. Operates on a 110v
circuit, just plug in and play! Bill
acceptor included. Manufactured by
IGT, the leader in slots.

All slots are shipped via FedEx Freight.
Please
e-mail us with your shipping
address for a freight cost. We will quote
your freight costs before processing
your order.

       $795.00
Double Strike

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Bring the fun of a casino slot machine
into your home! Our Double Strike has
a top payout of 2,000 coins. Machine
accepts quarters, operates on a
standard 110v current and just needs to
be plugged in to play! Also included is a
bill acceptor. Manufactured by IGT, the
leader in slots.

All slots are shipped via FedEx Freight.
Please
e-mail us with your shipping
address for a freight cost. We will quote
your freight costs before processing
your order.

      $695.00
River Gambler slot machine by IGT
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River Gambler

Direct from the casino to your home!
Top prize on our River Gambler slot is
2,500 coins! This slot accepts quarters
and is ready to go. Operates on a 110v
circuit, just plug in and play! Bill
acceptor included. Manufactured by
IGT, the leader in slots.

All slots are shipped via FedEx Freight.
Please
e-mail us with your shipping
address for a freight cost. We will quote
your freight costs before processing
your order.

                                     $695.00
254-715-2603 / Fax 254-666-1238
In 1899, Charles Fey
produced the first slot
machine that resembled the
machines that we know
today. This machine was
called "The Liberty Bell"
and featured three reels
with various symbols,
including a cracked Liberty
Bell, the major symbol. The
"Liberty Bell" included a
coin acceptor, a payout table
and a large handle on the
side, all firsts. Fey placed
his  machine in a San
Francisco saloon to see how
the public would react to this
new technology. The
machine caused such a
sensation that Fey quit his
job and focused solely on his
new invention.
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