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Bill’s Belott’s,

Features: 25 centimes per play. Trap holes (17). Pins and pockets playfield with images of playing cards below each trap hole. Thirteen trap holes are elongated, four are round. An additional hole is marked A REJOUER. A triangular apron has the Instruction/Score card covering its entire surface. All numbers and text are a 'stencil' style of font. Playfield background color is off-white or cream. Large red and black circle and hexagons are painted around the trap holes. The single coin slot is on the wood lockdown bar. A knob on the front center of the cabinet drops balls at start of game. The unpainted cabinet measured 94 cm long, 46 cm wide, and 25 cm high.
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Theme: Playing Cards
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Machine Type: Pure Mechanical (PM) 
Notes: Circa 1930's. Belote is a popular card game in France.
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