Token - Ellwest Stereo Theatres and Jolar Cinemas

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Token - Ellwest Stereo Theatres and Jolar Cinemas - obverseToken - Ellwest Stereo Theatres and Jolar Cinemas - reverse

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Features

Location United States
Type Automatic tokens › Access token
Composition Brass
Weight 5.72 g
Diameter 25 mm
Shape Round
Orientation Medal alignment ↑↑
Number
N#
176203
References TC# 142158,
TokenCatalog.com (http://tokencatalog.com)
Alpert# WA 780 ELL
Stephen P. Alpert, Kenneth E. Smith; 1987. Video Arcade, Pinball, Slot Machine, and Other Amusement Tokens of North America. Amusement Token Collectors Association, Redondo Beach, California, United States.

Obverse

Script: Latin

Lettering:
ELLWEST STEREO THEATRES & JOLAR CINEMAS

NOT
REFUNDABLE
FOR
MONEY

Reverse

Script: Latin

Lettering:
GOOD FOR
ADULT PEEP SHOW ONLY

Edge

Reeded

Comments

San Diego, California

Peep show token --you drop "the house token" in a slot in a "private" booth and a sliding metal plate slides up for a bit of time showing the gal --who's normally nude--and waiting "behind the plexiglass" she then dances or whatever for you (depending on the "extra" tips $$$ you give her---it can be rather mild or wild show) often there were several "windows" set up for one dancer and she would "face" the highest bidder" while dancing or whatever
http://www.treasurenet.com/forums/tokens-tags/49698-adult-entertainment-tokens.html

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