Zeno

Zeno Mfg. Co. c. 1900's

The wood Zeno came in several different styles throughout its history. All had a clockwork mechanism and the Zeno name somewhere on the wood case. Some of the differences are in the position of the coin entry, the presence or absence of a coin return, the shape of the plaque opening, the material that the plaque was made of, or the presence or absence of embossing on the side panels. All of the models are very striking machines. These machines even appeal to the general antique collector, especially if they enjoy great oak furniture.

This is the model most often seen. It has a high coin entry, coin return cup, tin plaque, and embossed sides. This one has a great vendor decal and a vendor replaced coin entry. It is all original including the finish on the case.