22405 Route 66
Seligman, AZ , 86337
Phone: (928) 853-0051
Historic Seligman Sundries, is one of the oldest commercial buildings in Seligman; built in 1904. It stands out as you pass through Seligman, with its ever changing collection of memorabilia, making it a blast from the past. The latest addition is an aeroplane tail sticking out of the building. The Historic Seligman Sundries, is part museum, part gift shop, café with a working soda fountain, complete with a row of stools, and a gourmet coffee shop. Listed on the Register of National Historic Places as a contributor to the Seligman Historic District.
The penny machine is by the front entrance. Open daily 7:00 am to 4:00 pm. Plenty of free parking.
Four designs available from a Coin Crafters "Penny Pincher" hand cranked machine. Each cost 50 cents (2 quarters only) on a penny that you supply.
Designs all have a beaded border:
1. (V) Tow truck in front of state route shield with 'Seligman, AZ'.
2. (V) State route shield of Route 66 with 'Historic Seligman Sundries Seligman Arizona'.
3. (V) Steaming cup of Route 66 coffee with 'Seligman Sundries Seligman Arizona'.
4. (H) 1954 Packard police car in front of state route shield with 'Seligman, AZ'.
G.P.S. coordinates: Latitude: N35° 19' 35.5656" Longitude: W112° 52' 33.6036"
10/18/14: The machine is by front entrance and working great.