Here is a small coin operated Art Deco style trade stimulator from the 1930's. The Bally Manufacturing Company has been in business since 1932 and the Bally Baby was the first slot machine they produced.
It operates on a penny. If the player succeeds in lining up three cigarette packs of the same brand on the reels, he wins the payout listed on the card at the front. The machine has a small coin viewing window at the side to show the last coin played. This machine is complete and has been restored to its original condition. The award card on the front and the lock for the back door are replacements. There is no damage to the mechanism or case. It has its original cigarette reel strips. Excellent operating condition.
Size is 7 1/2” tall, 6” wide, and 5” deep.