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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gumball_machine

A gumball machine is a toy or commercial device, a type of bulk vending machine , which ... This audio file was created from a revision of the "Gumball machine" article dated 2005-10-15, and does not reflect subsequent edits to the article.

gumballmachinefactory.com/gumballhistory.html

Some bulk candy machines can also be set for two, three quarters or one dollar vend. HISTORY OF GUMBALL MACHINE/VENDING MACHINES Did you know ...

www.chewinggumfacts.com/chewing-gum-history/bubble-gum-machine

Bubble Gum Machine (Gumball Machines) represent an important part of the evolution of chewing gums. These devices enabled chewing gums to reach a much ...

www.leaf.tv/articles/the-history-of-gumballs

A gumball is fancy form of gum---a ball of gum coated with hard candy and often dispensed from a gumball machine. The gumball is the result of a combination ...

www.gumballs.com/gumball-machines.html

This quick start guide is designed to help you pick the perfect new gumball machine and become familiar with the way that your new machine works. Learn more ...

jalopnik.com/5078236/gumball-machine-inventor-recreates-mustang-mach-iii-concept-for-sema

Nov 6, 2008 ... You can't make this SEMA stuff up sometimes. The guy who invented the big red gumball machine with the globe of gumballs at the top and the ...

www.google.com/patents/US5452822

Sep 26, 1995 ... This invention relates to gumball machines. More particularly, the invention relates to a gumball machine which attracts and entertains users by ...

www.gumball.com/pages/history-of-ford-gum

Read about the complete history of Ford Gum and Machine, Co. in Akron, NY. Ford Gum is currently the only manufacturer of gumballs in the USA.

www.collectorsweekly.com/coin-operated/gumball-machines

Gumball machines are among the earliest coin-operated vending machines. ... By 1907, Adams Sons and Company had designed a more efficient and attractive  ...

articles.latimes.com/1986-07-26/business/fi-234_1_ford-gum-ball

Jul 26, 1986 ... It was a Lockport, N.Y., Baptist minister, W. H. Mason, who in 1919 invented the gum-ball machine as we know it today. He received a patent on ...