From Sega Retro
|System(s): Slot machine
|Distributor: Ruffler & Walker
|Number of players: 1
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Copper Sega is a slot machine in the Bell series created by Sega in the 1963. It is a variant of the Sega Bell built specifically for the UK market to take British copper pennies (1d), as opposed to the "silver" sixpence (6d) which was the standard coin for Sega Bell machines in the region.