AgraGames CoinopMuseum

AgraGames CoinopMuseum

The AgraGames CoinopMuseum is founded in the Netherlands and will show coinop history between year 1870 and today. Open for public soon.

After 30 years collecting coin op machines Peter Schneider, a local businessman, founded the AgraGames CoinopMuseum®. The collection contains a 1500 coinop machines from year 1870 till year 2007. But the museum is not big enough to show them all at the same time. So the collection will roulate and returning visitors will enjoy new machines every visit. We will open for public soon and are located in the Netherlands. So stay tuned.......
 
 
 
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AgraGames CoinopMuseum
4 months ago
Not many people knows these excised,….Chantal cocktail table!!!Now in the Museum!
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4 months ago
This Decap organ was found in Swiss in a dumpster sawn in pieces. We took it out and restored it by one of Decap sons who are still in business in Belgium.In this video the result which is in my opinion fantastic……!
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5 months ago
The Museum owns several rare kiddie-rides. This is one of the most impressive ones in my opinion
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5 months ago
Hydro Duck, only one known to exist. Rare but funny game to play. Water is seldom used in early coin-op games
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AgraGames CoinopMuseum
1 year ago
One of the heaviest items in our collection is this LE BOXEUR NOIR. Made by Fondries A. Durenne in France, year 1891. More as 500kg!!!
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AgraGames CoinopMuseum
1 year ago
We are looking for a replacement monitor for one of our computerspace games (the green one)If you know one for sale, please let us know? We hope to find a working one because we don’t like to replace it with a TFT screen
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1 year ago
The Museum has a large SEGA collection but we are still looking for these games. Has anyone info or leads for these, please let us know?
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1 year ago
Eric just finished restoration of 4! Ami and one Rock-ola speakers. These are rare and not often seen
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1 year ago
1964 Electronic Handwriting Analysis, Zytronics Inc. (Miami FL) This machine was made for the 1964/1965 New York World's Fair. Used a large tape system to project the user's handwriting onto a projection screen. A random computer card was then dispensed to the user with their fortune (handwriting analysis.) Just finished by Brad, one of our top restorer.
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