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Castle Lite, 1935

Features: 10 balls for 5 cents. Trap holes (20). Eight of the twenty playfield holes score 100 points. The other twelve holes are each marked with one of these five symbols and a higher point value: Tower - 1000 points (2 holes) Shield - 1000 points (2 holes) Helmet ?? - 2000 points (3 holes) Crown - 2000 points (3 holes) Horse ?? - 3000 points (2 holes) In the manufacturer's ad that we saw (not shown here), this game has a short, flat, wooden marquee on the rear rail of the cabinet that does not light up. An illuminating score panel is below the playfield glass at the top of the playfield showing the above five symbols along with their point values. When a ball lands in any of the holes having a symbol, the corresponding symbol and point value lights up on this panel. If all holes of any symbol are scored, the ad states an award is provided but does not make it clear if the award comes from the game or from the location owner. Cabinet advertised as 38 inches long and 19 inches wide.
Manufacturer: Exhibit Supply Company, of Chicago, Illinois, USA (1932-1957) [Trade Name: ESCO]
Date of Manufacture: March, 1935
Players: March, 1935 / 1
Year: 1935
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Theme: Medieval
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Machine Type: Electro-mechanical (EM) 
Notes: In the one ad we saw of this game, we could not discern if two of the art symbols were a helmet and a horse, or were some other symbols.
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