1930s Play Ball Amusement Machine
This early- to mid-1930s tabletop arcade game is entitled the "Play Ball Amusement Machine." Manufactured by the Exhibit Supply Company of Chicago, it stands 17 1/4" tall, 11" wide and 7" deep, and features relief designs of baseball scenes on the front and sides. The game board stands vertically and is played by inserting a penny onto the pegged "trickle-down" playing field. With its nickel finish and colorful baseball diamond, this Art Deco beauty is considered one of the most attractive of all table-top games ever made. Even better, it's in terrific working condition and ready to play.
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