Here is an original and vintage bar dice gambling game manufactured by Bally. These type of game were popular at counter-tops in taverns and bars the game in the early to mid 1900's. To play the game one would insert a nickel to start the electrically operated dice table in motion. The player would then try to push in the plunger to stop the dice at a winning roll of the three dice. On this game, one or two cigarette packages were the prize for the certain dice rolls printed out on the payout sheet.
The game is in good working and original condition. It has the original payout sheet, cloth covered power cord , and dice. The case is solid wood with original paint, it has the Bally Products tag on the front. The coins are removed from a locked panel at the back. Size is 12 3/4” X 9” X 5”.