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Features: Spinning metal disc on the playfield. Cabinet measures 26 1/4 inches long, 15 inches wide, 9 1/2 inches high in the back, and 7 1/2 inches high in the front. Patent #1894469 [GAME BOARD] filed February 23, 1932. Granted January 17, 1933 to Silas H. Lynch.
Type: Electro-mechanical (EM)
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Manufacturer: Electro-Ball Company, Inc., of Dallas, Texas, USA
Design by: Art by: Music By: Sound By: Software by: Animation by:
Notes: The owner of the game pictured here provided these comments: The instruction label was glued over an original label. The original label includes a patent, patent date, name and address of company. The patent number is 1894469 dated Feb. 23, 1932. Label states: Electro-Ball Mfg. Co. 120 Camp St. Dallas, Texas. The patent text does not specify an exact means of powering the rotating disc. This particular game is powered by a General Electric A.C. phonograph motor. The motor has an adjustable speed control. It appears that newer wiring was added to the motor assembly, including an on-off switch located on the right side of the cabinet. The patent drawing shaws an on-off switch located at left side front of the game. It appears that modern leg levelers were added to the game. See also Electro-Ball Company, Inc.’s 1932 ‘Jig-alo Electro-Ball’.