We also have:
circa 1940s, made by the Exhibit Supply Company, nickel play.
Ad Lee Crystal Gazer
circa 1932, here is a unique dice game that looks like a crystal ball. The globe lights up and blinks to attract players
Cigar Trade Stimulator circa 1899, made by Decatur Fairest Wheel Works,
Excellent condition, fully working, attractive 19th century stimulator
When you insert a nickel, the weight of nickel causes the wheel to turn.
When the wheel stops you look to see if you won 1, 2, or 3 cigars.
Everyone got at least one cigar, but smokers would play in the hopes of winning more than one cigar
People would come into stores that had a Fairest Wheel, thereby leading to the term "trade stimulator".
It was called "fairest wheel" because if was completely visible and the proprietor couldn't affect the result.
This Fairest Wheel is complete and fully working.
Price: $1475 plus $49 shipping ($59 shipping west of Denver)
To Order: use SECURE ORDER FORM
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Dispenses 5 pennies in your hand
Holds 250 pennies
A few minor scratches on base
Dimensions: 4"wide, 4 1/2" deep, 18 3/4" tall
Shipping is $29 ($39 west of Denver)
We also accept PAYPAL
To Order go to SECURE ORDER FORM
call 202-213-1585 (10 am - 9 pm East Coast Time)