Sold $ 4,000.00
AGE: 19th century
DIMENSIONS: 51 1/2" l x 28" w x 35" h
MATERIALS: Walnut and mahogany
CONDITION: Very good; wear and fading of green felt surface consistent with age and use; surface scratches and wood losses particularly to the corners of the table and feet; table does wobble which is helpful for when the game balls get stuck!
While this pinball table does not have any paddles (or an electrical plug for that matter) it does have plenty of wow-factor! A simple spring is all that is needed when the player pulls the knob that shoots the ball into play. This rare game table features small brass bells that ring when the ball passes through the arches and lucky players can tip over the small brass figurine that holds a second ball which will fall to score more points. The table itself is beautiful with intricate inlaid wood details and turned wood legs that fold for easy transport. There is one original bone ball and one glass replacement ball. So rare and fun, a must-have for any lover of antique games or just the uncommon.