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fun.259 of 348Googly Eye Doll from the early 1900's?Sheet music folio - “Scenes From Alice In Wonderland”, 1908
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Posted 3 years ago

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Dizzydave
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I love these games, started with one and then it took off. I have 15 of them lined up on the walls. I worked on each of them and play them as I walk by daily. Themes are different and makers as well. Simple Games, Fun to play! All though they are not actually coined operated, the balls are the money, when you win they would pay out in prizes and then you would go to a shop next door and exchange prizes for cash. Illegal to gamble in Japan.

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  1. Trenchartman Trenchartman, 3 years ago
    Hey Dave,

    These are great I had one when I was a kid and sold it long ago. But was lucky enough to come across one from a local store and bought it for my son a few years ago. Just have to get all of the lights working. They are so much fun.

    Trenchartman
  2. Dizzydave Dizzydave, 3 years ago
    You got to Love these old games! I can't help from playing them as I walk by. LOL Dave
  3. mysticspot mysticspot, 3 years ago
    really cool! i have two of them but i have not wired them. electronically are they easy to convert?
  4. DMK678 DMK678, 3 years ago
    Great! Aren't these used as a Gambling of sorts?
    Thanks for sharing.
    DMK
  5. Dizzydave Dizzydave, 3 years ago
    Yep, they would buy the balls, play and take thier winnings to counter, exchange for prizes, then take to a shop next to casino and sell them back for cash. Dave

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