A great counter top dice game manufactured in the early 1930's. If the player gets a winning flop of the dice, the bar tender would pay off in beers.
To play one inserts either a penny or a nickel. The payout card shows the number of beers to be paid out depending on the value of the coin played. The last coin played is visible through a window at the top. The dice table is agitated by an electrical vibrator agitating the dice. There is a 6 volt battery inside. There is also a tilt device to prevent cheating. This machine is in excellent condition with original paint, and lock and key. There is a second payout card under the one on the machine that has payouts in cigarette packs instead of beer. The all metal body measures 13” X 8” X 6”. A ball of gum is also dispensed for each coin played. A fun game to play.
A photo of a similar machine can be found in Bueschel 's Guide to Vintage Trade Stimulators & Counter Games on page 100.
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