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TRADE STIMULATORS


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Art Deco
Pick-A-Pack
Windmill Trade Stimulator
with Real Cigarette Packs

circa 1933, made by Garden City Novelty Company and features real cigarette packs in the bottom of the machine

Insert a penny or nickel on top of the brand of cigarettes you want and push down the plunger

If the pointer with your brand of cigarettes stop between the two pointers on the top, you win a pack of cigarettes.

Beautifully restored, Neat art deco design in the casting. Dimensions: " wide, " deep, " high

PRICE: $1675 plus $49 shipping ($59 shipping west of Denver)

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Restored - $1675

Restored - $1675


Restored - $1675

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Play Poker
Gambling Poker Penny Flip
with Gum Vendor

circa early 1930s, A rare Peo-type game that features a gum vendor

You insert a penny, turn the handle on the side, and then flip the ball and try to get a winning poker hand.

The bartender would pay you off or you could play against a friend to see who bought the next round of drinks

A gum ball is dispensed from the chute on the side.

You can hang it on the wall, place on the counter, or put in a bookcase.

Beautifully restored. Dimensions: 12" wide x 7" deep x 16" high

Price: $1475 plus $39 shipping (Shipping west of Denver is $49)

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$1475

$1475

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Ultra-Rare

Mills

Catch the Ball

circa 1932, made by the Mills Novelty Company.

Beautifully restored original machine.

Ultra-rare, try to find it on the internet.

After you insert a penny, you release ten small plastic balls one at a time.

By moving the catcher back and forth you try to catch them

If you catch them, you move the catcher to the right to deposit them in the scoring area.

See Close-Up Photo of scoring area

The small plastic balls are especially lively making the game quite challenging.

The red lettering on the award card are slightly faded (see photo below)

Fully working, with original Mills lock and key.

Dimensions: 11" wide, 6 1/2" deep, 20" high

Price: To Be Auctioned in May

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To Be Auctioned in May

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Bouncer
Arcade Skill Game & Gambling Machine

circa 1947s. distributed by Mike Munves Company. Very Rare machine, great original condition, from my personal collection.

Unique play action. Insert coin, turn right knob to kick ball into playing field.

Turn left knob to adjust the slant of the slant bar to try to direct the ball in the high scoring column

The case of the machine features a picture of a strong man bouncer. See photo on right.

You could play against a friend. In some locations if you got a high score, the owner would reward you.

See See Close Up Photo of playing field. Great color & great graphic.
(The slight distortion on the top of the photo is a reflection of me taking the photo)

See Video of Bouncer Arcade Game

Dimensions: 14" wide, 11" deep, 22" high

Price: To Be Auctioned in May

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To Be Auctioned in May

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Original
Scooter
Arcade Game
and Gambling Game

circa 1940s, very rare, never have seen another one. From my collection

Insert nickel, push in slide. Flip ball into playing field and try to catch in the catcher by turnning the knob back and forth.

If you catch it, move he catcher to the right and deposit the ball in the scoring column.

You get five balls. You can play against a friend.

The store owner may also reward players who catch all five balls, but catching five balls is extremely hard.

It is in original condition. Fully working with lock and key.

Smaller than most countertop games. Dimensions: 10" wide, 10" depth, 20 1/2" high

Price: $1875 plus $49 shipping ($59 shipping west of Denver)

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$1875

$1875

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Catch N Match
Gambling Skill Game

circa 1935, made by Berger Manuf Company, rare early and unique variation of the kicker-catcher type of game

Insert penny and flip multi-colored balls up into the playing field
You then move the catch bar (which has spots for each of the colors) back & forth to catch the colored balls
The goal is the catch or place each color into its corresponding color on the catch bar.

Different colors on the catch bar have different scores (white is worth 600, black is worth 1000.
Alternatively, if you get a black and one or more colors you get multiple points
The points probably represented the amount of winnings that the store owner would pay you would

All original, fully operational, a one of the kind game, never have seen another one

Very good condition, slight discoloring of finish on one side. See Close Up Photo of side and back.

Dimensions: Width: 12 inches Height: 18 inches Depth: 9 1/2 inches

Price: $2495 - plus $49 shipping ($59 shipping west of Denver

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$2495


$2495

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Daval Tri-O-Pack
Trade Stimulator
with Gumball Dispenser

Circa 1938, made by the Daval Mfg Company. Fully working with lock and key

Many trade stimulators players thought the game was stacked against them. The Tri-O-Pack is a unique machine because it gives players more control over their winnings.

The Tri-O-Pack has three cigarette reels and an odds reel. If you get three of a kind, you choose one of three odds positions by push the first, second or third odds button on the front of the machine which moves the arrow that points at the Odds reel. You can then open the odds reel to see what you won.

The case has been restored in the past. Dimensions: 12" wide, 9" deep, 11" high

See Close Up of Odds Buttons and see Close Up of Reels

Price: To Be Auctioned in May

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Daval Reel Spot
Trade Stimulator
with Gumball Dispenser

Circa 1938, made by the Daval Mfg Company. Fully working with lock and key

As indicated above, many trade stimulators players thought the game was stacked against them. The Reel Spot is another unique machine because it gives players more control over which reel is the winning reel.

The Reel Spot has three reels and an odds reel. After you spin the reels, you get to choose which of the three reels may have a spot on it.

You select the reel you want to see by pressing the button under the reel which opens the shutter. If the reel you select has a spot on it you are a winner and the operator will pay you the amount shown on the odds reel.

The case has been restored in the past. Dimensions: 12" wide, 9" deep, 11" high

See Close Up of the front

Price: To Be Auctioned in May

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