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Double Score,

Features: Trap holes (11). Each trap hole can hold more than one ball. There is no rebound rubber at top left of playfield to stop a ball shot into play. Thus, a ball shot with too much force will circle around the upper ball arch and enter a long left-side outlane, taking it directly to a non-scoring area at the bottom of the playfield. A thick wooden post in center of playfield is tall enough to presume it is to support the weight of the playfield glass if leaned on by the player.
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Machine Type: Pure Mechanical (PM) 
Notes: Circa 1930s. This is a pin table using a billiard cue stick to shoot the ball under the playfield glass. A small felt-covered shelf extends from an opening where a ball shooter knob would be, upon which the protruding end of the cue stick would rest. The name 'Double Score' appears in large letters on the wooden upper ball arch, one word in each corner. There is no marquee. We have no pictures of this game that we can show, but a similar game is King Amusement Company's 1932 'Hi-Skor'.
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