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Carombolette Table,

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Machine Type: Pure Mechanical (PM) 
Notes: Carombolette tables combine the attributes of billiards, bagatelles, and Pigeon Hole tables. The two examples that we picture in this listing have no marks to indicate the name of a manufacturer. Documentation that we have seen for similar games place the date of manufacture in the mid to late 1800's. The images attributed to Dennis Dodel show a table measuring 97 inches long, 31 1/2 inches wide, 36 1/2 inches high at the felt end, and 34 1/2 inches high at the bagatelle end, with the slope beginning at the arched openings (pigeon holes). The felt-covered slate is very heavy, thickness unknown. The nine pigeon holes each measure 2 1/4 inches wide and 2 1/4 inches high. Two raised wood strips near the arches may have been added after manufacture. The cabinet side at the shooter's end has a small rectangular cut out section, of unknown purpose. The scoring area has three bells. There is no ball trough to store the eight white balls and one red ball. Ball diameter measures 1 1/2 inch. Cue sticks were missing from this game. The images attributed to Keith Willerth show a table measuring just over 8 feet long, 32 inches wide, 35 inches high at the felt end, and 33 1/2 inches high at the bagatelle end. The felt-covered slate is very heavy, thickness unknown. There are nine pigeon holes (arched openings) through which the balls must pass to reach the scoring area. The scoring area has three bells. A ball trough at the shooter's end of the game stores the seventeen white balls and one red ball. Ball diameter measures 1 11/16 inch. Four cue sticks.
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