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For our entire lives, we have all enjoyed a few gumballs from the nearby gumball machine. These novelty items haven't existed forever, as you might guess. Vending machines and kiosks have existed for centuries. However, the gumball machine we know today was invented in the 19th century.

Mary Bellis, expert on gumball machines, wrote in an article about the history of the machine: "In 1888 the Thomas Adams Gum Company introduced America's first vending machines. They sold Tutti Fruiti gum and were placed on New York City's elevated subway platforms. As an attraction, the Pulver Manufacturing Company introduced animated characters to its gum machines in 1897. In 1907, the first gumball vending machines and round candy-coated gumballs were introduced.

While vending machines have changed in certain ways, they still remain true to their roots. Today's gumball machines still use a mechanical mechanism that does not require electricity. You won't see many 1 pennies machines today, unless it is a novelty item. They function in the same way as the first gumball machines. The machines can be used to vend candy, gumballs and nuts as well as toy capsules. Click here to view the Gumball Machines today

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