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Board of Trade, November, 1935

Produced in: November, 1935 / 1

Features: 10 balls for 5 cents. Also accepts Free Play Tokens. Trap holes (16). The holes are labeled with commodities such as Oats, Rye, Barley, Corn, and Wheat. One hole is marked “Profit Sharing”. The two outhole troughs on this business-themed game are each labeled “Financial Crash”. The player is awarded “Skill Points” for achieving the following combinations but only if a ball has also landed in the Profit Sharing hole in upper playfield:2 Oats or 2 Rye — 15 skill points3 Barley — 30 skill points3 Corn — 45 skill points3 Wheat — 60 skill pointsWhen a scoring combination is made, player is instructed to push down handle slowly at right hand side of cabinet.

Theme: Commodities Market – Automobiles – City Scene – Travel

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Type: Electro-mechanical (EM) 

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#Produced: in November, 1935

Manufacturer: O. D. Jennings and Company, of Chicago, Illinois, USA (1932-1938)

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Notes: This is a pin table. The playfield depicts a busy street scene with automobiles. The lower playfield shows the intersection of South LaSalle Street and West Quincy Street in Chicago. At the end of LaSalle Street, in the upper playfield, is the Chicago Board of Trade Building with its clock and, at its top, the 31-foot aluminum statue of Ceres, the Roman goddess of grain. This building became a National Historic Landmark in 1978.

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