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Flash (Junior), 1932

Features: 7 or 10 balls for 1-cent or 5-cent play. Advertised as 33 inches long, 17 inches wide, 36 inches high in the front, and 39 inches high in the back.
Manufacturer: Richard Manufacturing Company, of Winooski, Vermont, USA (1932)
Date of Manufacture: December, 1932
Players: December, 1932 / 1
Year: 1932
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Machine Type: Pure Mechanical (PM) 
Notes: This game was sold without legs as a counter game or with legs as a pin table. Pictured here are examples of each style, showing the differences in the cabinet along the bottom side edges and where the legs attach. The Junior version has the word FLASH at the very top of the playfield while the Senior version shows it further down. All of the advertising images from the 1930s that we have found show only the Junior version and show a pull knob above the coin door, while all of our photo images do not. This knob may have dropped the balls at start of game although the coin slide was perfectly suited for that function. Perhaps that is why the knob was not designed in the games that we see.
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