Auctions, Coin-Ops — May 1, 2011 at 10:21 pm

Morphy’s to auction Bob Levy Coin-Op Collection this Labor Day

The late Bob Levy
The late Bob Levy
DENVER, PA – Morphy Auctions will be selling the late Bob Levy’s personal collection of gambling and coin-op machines over Labor Day weekend, 2011. The collection of 350-400 antique and vintage machines will be offered in its entirety in a Sept. 3 session at Morphy’s gallery, with Internet live bidding through Morphy Live and LiveAuctioneers.com.

A renowned expert in the field of coin-ops, and head of Morphy’s Antique Gambling Machine & Coin-op department, Mr. Levy passed away on Feb. 21 of this year. Although he was a prominent and very active dealer for many years, Bob also had a coveted private collection of machines that he called his “keepers.” In carrying out the instructions specified in Mr. Levy’s will, executors of the Levy Estate have appointed Morphy’s to handle the collection, with no private selling to occur prior to auction day.

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