Date: 29th May, 2012
The Pacific Pinball Museum isn't the only beneficiary of a pinball collector's largesse as the National Pinball Museum in Baltimore has also received a welcome donation.
Tony Paszkiewick, owner of Coin Op Company, Columbia Music and Games of Baltimore has donated a hugh amount of NOS pinball parts to the National Pinball Museum and its director, David Silverman.
After hearing about the Museum's move to Baltimore at the end of 2011, Mr Paszkiewick contacted David, and asked if they would like a mass of pinball parts for games from the '50s to the '80s. Many unusual coils, plastics, bumpers parts , ramps & other miscellaneous parts were included with the package.
"These parts get rarer and rarer, especially NOS parts", said David, and with over 100 machines set up at their home in the historic Chocolate Factory building in Baltimore, they were delighted to accept the generous donation.
More details of the National Pinball Museum can be found on their website.
© Pinball News 2012