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Anabel, 1940

Features: Passive bumpers (19), Backglass projection scoring for "bonus" points. Hitting either of the two Red bumpers lights the next letter of A-N-A-B-E-L in the backglass. The six Yellow bumpers are numbered and are all dark at start of game. They must be hit in sequence to score. An out of sequence hit awards nothing. Hitting the next numbered bumper in sequence lights that bumper, lights its corresponding number on the backglass, and awards 1 bonus point. That lit bumper will now award 1000 points for all subsequent hits, but no bonus points. Hitting all six bumpers in sequence will ring a bell and from this point onward all Yellow bumpers will also advance the next letter on the backglass when hit. The White bumper lights only when the next Yellow bumper is made in sequence. Once lit, it awards the next letter on the backglass when hit. It stays lit until any other bumper is hit. Then it turns off again and an arrow lights in the backglass. The White bumper is now worth 1000 points. The six Green bumpers and four Green posts never light and each is always worth 1000 points when hit. Spelling ANABEL on the backglass awards 60 points. A bell rings with every point awarded, which would mean 60 rings each time the name is completed.
Manufacturer: Stoner Manufacturing Company, of Aurora, Illinois, USA (1933-1941)
Date of Manufacture: November, 1940
Players: November, 1940 / 1
Year: 1940
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Machine Type: Electro-mechanical (EM) 
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