Chicago Coin was one of the early major manufacturers of pinball tables. Chicago Coin, founded in 1931, would make pingames and modern pinball machines for over 45 years before being sold to the Stern family in 1977 and becoming Stern Electronics, Inc.
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... Chicago Coin tables are often lesser known than those made by Gottlieb, Williams, and Bally ... Nonetheless, there were several CC tables that were more distinguishable than others ...
... the Stern family bought the financially troubled Chicago Coin in 1977 ... The first two games made by Stern were Stampede and Rawhide, both originally made by Chicago Coin only had changes made to their branding and logos ... Chicago Coin's assets were purchased at bankruptcy sales forming the core inventory of Stern Electronics, Inc ...
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