All of these token coins for one price! The brass tokens each measure 7/8'' wide and the aluminum tokens each measure 1'' wide. These appear to range from good to mint condition as pictured.
Below here, for reference, is some additional information about the FunSpot Family Fun Center:
Funspot Family Fun Center
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Former names: Weirs Sports Center
Alternative name: American Classic Arcade Museum (third floor space)
Type: Video arcade
Address: 579 Endicott Street North
Town or city: Weirs Beach, Laconia, New Hampshire, United States
Opening: June 27, 1952
Funspot Family Entertainment Center (or simply Funspot) is a video arcade which features one of the largest collections of 1970s and early to mid 1980s games in the world, and is located in the village of Weirs Beach in Laconia, New Hampshire, United States. Founded in 1952 by Bob Lawton, Funspot includes over 500 video games, pinball machines, and ticket redemption machines; outdoor and indoor miniature golf courses; 20 lane ten pin and candlepin bowling; cash bingo; a restaurant; and a tavern.
Funspot was officially named the ''Largest Arcade in the World'' by Guinness World Records at the 10th Annual International Classic Video Game and Pinball Tournament, held from May 29 through June 1, 2008. The Galloping Ghost arcade in suburban Chicago has since billed itself as the ''Largest Arcade in the USA''.
Originally called the ''Weirs Sports Center'', and located across the street from the Weirs Beach boardwalk, Funspot moved in 1964 just down the street to its current home on Route 3. There are 300 games from the 1970s and 1980s on the floor at any one time in the American Classic Arcade Museum section of Funspot, with another 100 housed in a warehouse. Billy Baker of The Boston Globe called the museum ''the Louvre of the '8-bit' world''.