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Built By: They were a project done by Robert B. Bourque and Robert Cottle, a lifelong friend of Bourques. Mr. Cottle provided the deep voice you hear on the machines. Bob Cottle at one time played the part of Captain Bob on a Boston children's TV show.

Year Built: 1967 to the early 1970's, in Massachusettes

Number Made: Approximately 50-60 were made

Designer: Robert B. Bourque and Robert Cottle

Country of Construction:USA

Special Features: This is a talking machine that required you to listen to your fortune by way of a telephone receiver it does not give out fortune cards.

Notes: Mr. Bourque passed away on March 22, 2003 at age 82
Captain Bob Cottle passed away on Sunday April 25, 1999 in the San Mateo County General Hospital in California following a stroke. He was 78.

Photos Below Courtesy of Alex aka "phxstuf"

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