Harry Levy Company History

Harry Levy Amusement Contractor Ltd. was formed in 1980.

It began life as an operating company. However, current Managing Director Harry Levy soon utilised his 18 years manufacturing experience to produce his own coin operated machines. These were initially coin pusher games, which to this day, still make up 70 percent of the amusement machines manufactured in the company’s headquarters.

Harry Levy Amusements diversified into novelty games, cranes and redemption machines in the mid 1980s and has become a leading manufacturer of these types of amusement machines in the UK. The company is also an importer and distributor of coin operated arcade machines, mainly from North America.

Since 1980, the company has widened its export base, appointing first class, well-respected amusement machine suppliers to act as distributors worldwide. These include Redemption Machine manufacturer Coastal Amusements of the US, Charlier Brabo of Belgium, Amusement suppliers Loontjens of the Netherlands and Tecnoplay of Italy. Amusement Machines produced by the company are modified to the legal and personal requirements of individual markets.

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Harry Levy December 1986

Our first ever Coin Pusher

Harry Levy with Ray Britton 1987

Harry Levy with Ray Britton 1987

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