$5.1M Sale of Coin-Op & Gambling Machines, Advertising and Country Store Antiques Marked Morphy Auctions’ Triumphant Return to Las Vegas
Above: Circa-1903 Caille Bros. 5¢ and 25¢ double musical Puck upright slot machine. Very early model with colorful gaming wheels set behind two cherub decals. Complete with rare interchangeable cylinder music box. Sold above high estimate for $74,400.
LAS VEGAS, NV – Morphy Auctions has returned to Vegas, and West Coast collectors are loving it. After a four year hiatus, the Pennsylvania company’s $5.1 million sale held at its new Vegas location on October 27-30 was the first step toward re-establishing Morphy’s presence in America’s entertainment capital. Motivated bidders, including many who have been loyal Morphy Auctions customers for years, came from literally all western states to attend the 2,214-lot sale of premium-quality coin-op and gambling machines, antique advertising and country store treasures.