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Some vintage photos I thought you guys might like part (2/2)

Some vintage photos I thought you guys might like part (2/2)

Some vintage photos I thought you guys might like part Bull Dog guarding British house

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An ice-cold whisky dispenser, sometimes found in offices. bring back the office whiskey dispenser!

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Fruit Vending Machine Refrigerated Apples-info on apple vending machines

Potatoes ‘round the clock are totally useful. | 15 Weird Vending Machines Of The '60s

15 Weird Vending Machines Of The '60s

vintage everyday: Woman operating the first vending machine in Britain to sell potatoes, 1962

9 Vintage Vending Machines From a Time When They'd Sell Anything

9 Vintage Vending Machines From a Time When They'd Sell Anything

Derbyshire, England, UK --- A woman collects pre-packed eggs from a coin-operated vending machine.

Pantyhose vending machine- France, 1960's. I wish these machines were still around here in the U.S. They'd make a fortune off me cuz i run mine as soon as i put them on.

15 Weird Vending Machines Of The '60s

Pantyhose vending machine- France, I wish these machines were still around here in the U. They'd make a fortune off me cuz i run mine as soon as i put them on.

A woman buying a pair of nylons from a street vending machine circa 1950

Whisky sodas, spuds and eggs: 28 bizarre vintage vending machines

1965: Coffee is one thing but creepy crawlies? This  temperature-controlled machine sells worms to be used as bait for fishing at 50 cents a tub

Whisky sodas, spuds and eggs: 28 bizarre vintage vending machines

Model Susan Gregg using a new chip vending machine at the Bedford Court Hotel, which serves a fresh portion of chips every 45 seconds at a cost of one shilling (10 pence) - 4 December 1967

Model Susan Gregg using a new chip vending machine at the Bedford Court Hotel, which serves a fresh portion of chips every 45 seconds at a cost of one shilling pence) - 4 December 1967

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