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Games589 of 635Vintage Toys 4 toys to look atToday in 1970, Inventor Ralph Baer demonstrates his video game system to engineers at Magnavox.  Two years later Magnavox Odyss
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Posted 4 years ago

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We found this covered in spider webs in a shed we got all of it off and cleaned it up. The name of it seams to be Anigin its printed on it on the front in the lower right corner. We searched on line on every website and literally no information or any pictures of it are online on any site. It resembles Pachinko games very closely. on the left of it on the green peice where I think a ball goes in it says Ginza. In the very top right corner thers a sticker that say unCell the patent then NO:441299 then under that is some chinese the it gives the year 1960. In pencil on the back of it is chinese writing in a bunch of different places I just noticed it since you have to look closely. Thats all I know about it you know anything at all or have an idea about it please email me at tonya2101@hotmail.com thankyou

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  1. lilly, 4 years ago
    please add any information you may have please we need to find out what this is
  2. codydogg, 4 years ago
    HELLO-i know a little about this game-but I cant say or spell the name of it! it starts with a B"- I know that! I hade 1 when i was a kid!(wish i still hade it!)-i still have the blue plastic ball catch that was in the back+have some of the chrome color balls that go in it-let me go see if the name is on the balls!well after some house searching no-luck! so i bared the foot+ of snow & went out to the garage-and it was worth the trip! i found some of the balls that go into this game"-I wiped a few off and the writing is in chinese i think + everyone has differant writing on it! there is 1 with a B on it! I think its a bancheene or banacheen!-(please dont go by what i just wrote!its bad spelling!im sorry for that:):)-) BUT it might spark someone's mermery to what the name is! or maybe if you google that name with chinese game it might come up! I have seen a few here and there-thay are alot of fun to play! I wish i could of been of more help! good luck-this site is great! somebody will know what its called! or try the google idea-you never know! cody
  3. Dizzydave Dizzydave, 4 years ago
    Hi, I have 20 of these Pachinko games. Looks to be Vintage, does it have any tax stamps on the front under glass? Might find them in corners, these would show if it was used in a Casino in Japan or if it was for home use only. Looks like you have something on the top left corner?? Ginza is the makers name, the other name maybe the place were it was "Casino". I have some from 1948 and up. The makers came and went so finding info can be hard. It looks like its in great shape! If you have the balls give it a try, you are m issing the tray for balls on back but any plastic tray will work to catch balls. They would have thousands of these in a Casino and sell you the balls, when you played the balls would drop into slots and when you Won, you would take your balls to counter for prizes. Then they would take prizes to a shop next door and sell them back for cash. Gambling is illegal so this is how the would get cash. I would say around $100.00 value. Heres one on flicker http://www.flickr.com/photos/30709164@N07/5073866016/

    Just Google Ginza and look in photos for more. Have Fun! Dave
  4. typewritercollector typewritercollector, 4 years ago
    Hello,

    Thank you for sharing your enthusiasm about the Lambert typewriter from my collection.

    The Lambert typewriter is truly a unique and wonderful piece of industrial design and art.
    The top disk actually pushes down and does not rotate when one is typing on the Lambert.
    To read more about the Lambert and to see my entire collection, please go to http://www.antiquetypewriters.com. You will love what you see!

    Regards,
    Martin Howard
  5. Diggermom, 4 years ago
    Agree Pachinko from Ginza Strip in Japan. I have a restored original. Love it, could play for hours, but it needs repairing. I think the balls would turn in like chips in our casinos for cash.

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