|Text on Button||QUIT YOUR KIDDIN'|
Black text inside a four leaf clover on a black background.
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Penny King gumball machines are antiques that were small and designed to sit on a countertop. They typically had a body made from cast aluminum and a globe made from glass. For just one cent, they dispensed pin-back buttons as prizes during the mid-twentieth century. Buttons that read “Quit Your Kiddin’,” “Hot Dogs,” and “Let’s Get Acquainted” were just some that could be collected from these machines.
Poshmark. (2020, July). 50s gumball prize pinbacks. https://poshmark.com/listing/50s-Gumball-Prize-Pinbacks-59148eec36d594a…
Small Vintage Vending. (n.d.). Penny King. http://www.smallvintagevending.com/third/penny_king.html