○ Some Flipperless just came up on CL / E-bay ○

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○ Some Flipperless just came up on CL / E-bay ○


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    #301 1 year ago

    Very cool! Thanks for the education, Jeff and Dennis!

    #302 1 year ago

    Not sure what this is https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Early-Pinball-Machine/232626140587

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    #303 1 year ago

    Here's a little history of Hooper's Automatics. Scroll down to see a nice photo of this particular machine.

    https://pennymachines.co.uk/Forum/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=4312&hilit=hoopers

    #304 1 year ago

    Thanks for contributing here, Astyy!

    Quoted from DennisDodel:

    Here's a little history of Hooper Automatics. Scroll down to see a nice photo of this particular machine.
    https://pennymachines.co.uk/Forum/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=4312&hilit=hoopers

    Dang, Dennis to the rescue (AGAIN)! Thanks a bunch for hangin' around here, Dennis.

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    In similarly poor condition, we have a 1934 Genco "Criss Cross"

    ebay.com link » Early Genco Criss Cross Pinball

    Not for the faint of heart...especially at this price

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    #305 1 year ago
    Quoted from DennisDodel:

    Here's a little history of Hooper's Automatics

    Thanks Dennis. A British London based company then, their address Penton Arms sounds like a pub all the better

    #306 1 year ago

    1946 Chicago Coin Super Score

    duluth.craigslist.org link

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    #307 1 year ago
    Quoted from setzkor:

    1946 Chicago Coin Super Score
    duluth.craigslist.org link
    Price dropped to 180, and pics added. Backglass is rough

    Nice find, setzkor! Thanks for posting.

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    Here's another. Looks like a pinball hoarder may have made his way up to the big silver ball in the sky, because there's a heap of stuff for sale here...including 2 flipperless games:

    1934 Stoner "Super 8", 1935 Chicago Coin "Wing Lite"

    philadelphia.craigslist.org link

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    #308 1 year ago

    Makes you want to rethink the price you sold the machine to me for, doesn't it Jeff.

    #309 1 year ago

    Another Brit machine for sale on Ebay UK - Ewan White & Co Ltd. Zunt Table. I'm not sure what a Zunt is
    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/202196191429

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    #310 1 year ago
    Quoted from astyy:

    Another Brit machine for sale on Ebay UK - Ewan White & Co Ltd. Zunt Table. I'm not sure what a Zunt is
    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/202196191429

    Astyy! Givin' me a run for my money! Lemme try to keep up with some nice images from a...

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    1932 Gottlieb "Baffle Ball Sr."

    ebay.com link » Gottlieb Baffle Ball Sr Antique 1931 Baguette Pinball Machine 1st Pinball Made

    ...that doesn't appear to have non-advertisement images on IPDB:

    http://www.ipdb.org/machine.cgi?id=131

    ...but my favorite part of the ad is that the title purports this to be a "Baguette Pinball Machine." I think you'll agree that this breaded piece of history has held up quite well over the course of it's eighty-six year leavened life:

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    #311 1 year ago

    It uses all the same parts as my kingpin

    I always found that interesting

    Thanks for posting guys - keep it up

    #312 1 year ago
    Quoted from RyanClaytor:

    Astyy! Givin' me a run for my money! Lemme try to keep up with some nice images from a...
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    1932 Gottlieb "Baffle Ball Sr."
    ebay.com link » Gottlieb Baffle Ball Sr Antique 1931 Baguette Pinball Machine 1st Pinball Made
    ...that doesn't appear to have non-advertisement images on IPDB:
    http://www.ipdb.org/machine.cgi?id=131
    ...but my favorite part of the ad is that the title purports this to be a "Baguette Pinball Machine." I think you'll agree that this breaded piece of history has held up quite well over the course of it's eighty-six year leavened life:

    Nice find Ryan. If you haven't already, please send the link to the ad to Jay.

    #313 1 year ago
    Quoted from DennisDodel:

    Nice find Ryan. If you haven't already, please send the link to the ad to Jay.

    Thanks, Dennis. I've not had much luck with my IPDB uploads and communication with Jay. Maybe I'm doing it wrong or not clicking hard enough or something. Regardless, I'll send you a PM to see if perhaps you can open the lines of communication for me, because I'd love to contribute to the database.

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    For today, here's an oldie but goodie. Buried in this ad you'll find a:

    1932 Bally "Ballyhoo" with the stand included ($2000):

    chicago.craigslist.org link

    No pictures were uploaded, but we all know what this one looks like, right?

    #314 1 year ago
    Quoted from RyanClaytor:

    Thanks, Dennis. I've not had much luck with my IPDB uploads and communication with Jay. Maybe I'm doing it wrong or not clicking hard enough or something. Regardless, I'll send you a PM to see if perhaps you can open the lines of communication for me, because I'd love to contribute to the database.

    Hi Ryan,

    Dennis emailed me.

    Last June, a fellow named Nick, whom you likely know, had emailed me discussing some games and mentioned that you may be contacting us, and he referenced an email address for you so I would recognize you. He wrote that he'd advise you to use our submission tool (our website interface) for updated photos. Using that address from him, I searched my massive Inbox just now and have no emails to, or from, your address, this year, last year, or ever.

    I also looked in our queue for submissions that you would have made through our website interface, using that email address, but I have nothing in queue.

    However, if you did not ensure your email address was in your Submissions, a search by your email address will pull up nothing. So, maybe we have your submissions in queue but submitted "anonymously". You'd have to tell me which games you submitted and then I can go take a look.

    Sometimes, people submit images to us using our website interface but at the end they close out their browser window by clicking the Big X on their browser instead of clicking on our "Submit Update for Review" button. Clicking on our button will send you an email acknowledgement from us that your submission has been received. However, clicking the browser Big X simply aborts your submission and we'll never receive it while you may think that we have. Might you have done it that way? We'll never see them.

    I then looked to see if we had ever credited your name as photographer to any images already on the site, so I could find you that way, but we have none.

    So, buddy, I am stumped as to what happened here. Seems we do have a communication problem.

    Please email me direct so I can be sure that I have your correct and current email address. If it's different than what Nick gave me, I'll search everything again, no problem.

    BTW, this is a good time to let everyone reading this know that, if you ever see games on ebay or leboncoin or Craigslist or any other site that has a timed deadline, and you think the IPDB could benefit from having those pictures, please consider emailing us direct about it. In the body of the email, show the URL of where the pictures appear. Do NOT email us their pictures or submit their pictures via our interface. The URL will be enough. We also ask that you put the name of the game in the email Subject line along with the name of the hosting website, (ebay, Craigslist, etc.). We do not open every email the instant it comes in so if I see in the Subject line the word ebay or Craigslist, I will know there is a timed deadline and I will jump on that email right away.

    I look forward to hearing from you, Ryan.

    Happy New Year, folks!

    Jay
    jay@ipdb.org

    P.S. I messaged the ebay seller for permission to show their Baffle Ball Sr pics on the IPDB. Camera phone quality, I see.

    #315 1 year ago

    I have no doubt it's Nick's fault. Apologies if so!

    #316 1 year ago
    Quoted from bingopodcast:

    I have no doubt it's Nick's fault. Apologies if so!

    Ha! Nick, is that you here?

    I got your PM and you mentioned one of the games that Ryan submitted. From that, I found all of his submissions and have now accepted them onto the site.

    Thank you, Nick.

    *********

    Ryan,

    Nice pictures! I always like when pictures are in sharp focus. You even intuitively sequenced most of them for me. I always place them in a certain sequence so pictures do not look all jumbled up. Thank you for your thoughtfulness there.

    I had four submissions from you, submitted under a different email than Nick had given me. You should now have four emails from us acknowledging they have been accepted.

    You did it right. It was my usual delay at fault. You are always welcome to email me direct anytime you think I am overdue to get to something. I do not mind such emails at all! I am like a nutty professor mumbling over his books and you have to hit me over the head sometimes before I look up!

    I now found your email that you sent me back when you submitted your pics. I will respond to it.

    Thank you very much.

    Jay

    P.S. Thank you too, Dennis.

    #317 1 year ago

    Ha-ha! Yay, Jay! Thanks for all you do with the database. Truly an invaluable resource. I'm happy to be a small part of it now.

    Looking forward to being in touch,
    -Ryan

    #318 1 year ago
    Quoted from way2wyrd:

    Check out the amazing Rockola Army Navy for sale
    https://www.facebook.com/prewarpinball/

    --Jeff

    So, Jeff posted about this pristine (understatement) 1935 Rockola "Army/Navy" a while back. Looks like it's still for sale for a mere $21k:

    ebay.com link » Rockola Army Navy Pinball 1935

    ...so let's post the pictures here this time, for posterity and envy:

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    And because that one was kind of already mentioned, here's another Rockola classic:

    1934 Rockola "World Series" (with a "Final Reduction" to $2100)

    ebay.com link » Final Reduction Vintage Rockola World Series 1934 Classic Pinball Game

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    #319 1 year ago

    Decent prices on both of those.
    Good thing I already have them

    -Jeff

    #320 1 year ago

    Looks like the same seller who listed that...

    Quoted from RyanClaytor:

    1934 Rockola "World Series"

    ...I posted here yesterday is also selling a:

    1933 Rockola "Jigsaw"

    ...for $2900 (knocked down from $3300 just a couple/few days ago):

    ebay.com link » Final Reduction Vintage Rockola Jigsaw Pinball 1933 Chicago World S Fair

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    #321 1 year ago

    Here's another item of interest and only $75. Seller lists it as a:

    "VINTAGE 1933 STEEPLE CHASE & BAGATELLE GAME ( LINDSTROM TOOL & TOY)"

    buffalo.craigslist.org link

    ...which looks similar to the 1933 Lindstrom "Steeple Chase" on IPDB:

    http://www.ipdb.org/showpic.pl?id=4978&picno=44307

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    ...and the 1934 (non-chrome) Lindstrom "Steeple Chase" on IPDB:

    http://www.ipdb.org/showpic.pl?id=5553&picno=21262

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    ...but with some changes in surround (wooden) and graphics (title is gone). Here's the item in the ad:

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    Just emailed Jay at IPDB about this.

    #322 1 year ago
    Quoted from RyanClaytor:

    Here's another item of interest and only $75. Seller lists it as a:

    "VINTAGE 1933 STEEPLE CHASE & BAGATELLE GAME ( LINDSTROM TOOL & TOY)"

    doesnt count. not coin op. Theres a ton of those bagatelles that are "home editions" of some of my favorites

    #323 1 year ago

    Yeah, I agree with Jeff. I consider it pinball when it is coin op.
    There are people that collect the bagatelles and not coin op.

    #324 1 year ago
    Quoted from way2wyrd:

    doesnt count. not coin op.

    Quoted from jmsvero:

    Yeah, I agree with Jeff.

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    A couple of updates from over a month ago. This one...

    Quoted from RyanClaytor:

    1947 Gottlieb "Flying Trapeze"

    ...has been relisted:

    cookeville.craigslist.org link

    ...and so has this one:

    Quoted from RyanClaytor:

    1947 Exhibit "Ranger"

    minneapolis.craigslist.org link

    ...still precariously perched on a (not so) gently used futon:

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    ...best of luck to the buyer as you disinfect this find.

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    ...and finally, here's something previously unlisted here:

    1940 Gottlieb "Score-A-Line":

    kansascity.craigslist.org link

    IPDB has a couple of nice Raphael Lankar photos, but not many (2). So...Jay has been contacted, as some of these photos show a slightly different use of bumpers at the bottom of the game (posts, instead of flipper-esque posts):

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    #325 1 year ago

    Tom Taylor has one of the coolest pinball collections I have had the privilege of visiting. It's been a few years and he is always changing things up. So not sure it's still relevant. Anyway he used to have a bunch of bagatelles hanging up on the walls and in the bathroom. It looked so cool I contemplated collecting them myself.

    And Dirtflipper who is a Gottlieb nut, I believe has a Baffle Ball home game. Because why not?

    #326 1 year ago

    Here's a pretty nice looking 1936 Bally Bumper. Seems to be the 1930s game that comes up the most for sale but I like it.

    milwaukee.craigslist.org link

    #327 1 year ago
    Quoted from AlexF:

    Here's a pretty nice looking 1936 Bally Bumper. Seems to be the 1930s game that comes up the most for sale but I like it.

    he is getting better on his asking price. NIce machine tho i think the colors are wrong. FIrst machine with bumpers i think,
    Id wrangle a deal if i was closer

    --Jeff

    #328 1 year ago
    Quoted from RyanClaytor:

    ...and finally, here's something previously unlisted here:

    1940 Gottlieb "Score-A-Line":

    I like the LE shit smeared cabinet look.

    -jeff

    #329 1 year ago
    Quoted from RyanClaytor:

    1933 Rockola "Jigsaw"

    There are a couple of those for sale in the UK. What is the Jigsaw picture of?

    #330 1 year ago

    Did I post this one before? I may have. I wondered about the cab colors but never checked IPDB to verify. Anyway in my area it seems if a 1930s game comes up for sale about 80% of the time it's a Bumper for some reason.

    Quoted from way2wyrd:

    he is getting better on his asking price. NIce machine tho i think the colors are wrong. FIrst machine with bumpers i think,
    Id wrangle a deal if i was closer
    --Jeff

    #331 1 year ago

    Found the Jigsaw picture - 1933 Chicago World's Fair.

    #332 1 year ago
    Quoted from AlexF:

    Here's a pretty nice looking 1936 Bally Bumper.

    Quoted from way2wyrd:

    NIce machine tho i think the colors are wrong.

    Quoted from AlexF:

    Did I post this one before?

    Actually, I did, about 22 days ago. ...and not to split hairs, but it's a Skipper.

    Quoted from RyanClaytor:

    1937 Bally "Skipper":

    madison.craigslist.org link

    This one looks VERY very clean, plug-and-play, and sports dual projection units(!!!). *drools* Looks like it's had an alternate color scheme painted on it's cab at some point, which I actually quite like.

    I'm glad I'm not the only one who's losing track around here!

    Quoted from Tyamry:

    I posted the link to the "Mexico" that was on Craigslist in Seattle. Post # 246.

    Quoted from RyanClaytor:

    I knew that sounded familiar. *LOL* Thanks for keeping us honest around here, Tyamry. Honestly, I'm just starting to lose track, and getting occasionally lazy about double-checking.

    I certainly don't mind some repeats. Keep 'em comin', Alex!

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    Quoted from way2wyrd:

    I like the LE shit smeared cabinet look.

    My guess would be it was repainted brown (why always brown???) and then someone tried to strip it back to original?

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    #333 1 year ago

    1930's Jimmy Valentine
    By Scientific $300, Half Moon Bay, CA
    sfbay.craigslist.org link

    IPDB:
    Notable Features: When you get the balls in the holes above the tin litho "safe" doors, and then drop one in the center hole above those two, the doors pop open and you can get a higher score from the holes in the safe! Battery operated, although the game pictured below was converted to line power.
    Notes: This game is named after a master burglar and safecracker from the 1909 short story "Alias Jimmy Valentine" by William Sydney Porter (alias O. Henry). A silent movie of the same name followed in 1915, then remade in 1920 and 1928. In February 1936, a month after this game was released, the movie "The Return of Jimmy Valentine" was released.

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    #334 1 year ago
    Quoted from Pecos:

    1930's Jimmy Valentine
    By Scientific $300, Half Moon Bay, CA

    That's way cool and a great deal

    #335 1 year ago
    Quoted from Pecos:

    1930's Jimmy Valentine
    By Scientific $300, Half Moon Bay, CA

    Wow wow wow!!! This is killer! Another fabulous find, Pecos!

    #336 1 year ago

    This one came up for sale here - no pics on ipdb so I copied them from the ad

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    #337 1 year ago

    And a few more

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    #338 1 year ago
    Quoted from manitouguy:

    - no pics on ipdb so I copied them from the ad

    Good find, Ron! Be sure to send that ad to Jay at IPDB!

    Quoted from I_P_D_B:

    BTW, this is a good time to let everyone reading this know that, if you ever see games on ebay or leboncoin or Craigslist or any other site that has a timed deadline, and you think the IPDB could benefit from having those pictures, please consider emailing us direct about it. In the body of the email, show the URL of where the pictures appear. Do NOT email us their pictures or submit their pictures via our interface. The URL will be enough. We also ask that you put the name of the game in the email Subject line along with the name of the hosting website, (ebay, Craigslist, etc.). We do not open every email the instant it comes in so if I see in the Subject line the word ebay or Craigslist, I will know there is a timed deadline and I will jump on that email right away.

    I look forward to hearing from you, Ryan.

    Happy New Year, folks!

    Jay
    jay@ipdb.org

    #340 1 year ago

    Here’s a good price!

    Approx: 1946 flipperless Pinball machine. Great for collectors pretty good shape, could use some touch up.

    Call or text. Asking $99.00 OBO

    duluth.craigslist.org link

    #341 1 year ago

    193-something National Specialty Company "Zingo"

    ebay.com link » National Specialty Co Zingo Antique Collector Arcade Pinball Machine W Stand

    Listed with images from IPDB:

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    #342 1 year ago

    The more I view this thread, the more I am reminded of just how significant was the 1933 - 1935 period for the genesis of what is now the modern pinball machine. It is as if all of the elements of the pinball periodic chart were identified in those few years. Yes, even flippers were around, albeit in a different iteration than modern ones.

    #343 1 year ago

    We've seen...

    Quoted from RyanClaytor:

    A 1932 Mills "Official pin table"

    ...a little over a month ago:

    ebay.com link » Vintage Antique Mills Official Pin Table Early Pinball Machine No Coin Mecha

    ...but this time it's blue (!??!) and from the same exact seller (!??!!??!):

    ebay.com link » Vintage Antique Mills Official Pin Table Blue Early Pinball Machine Key

    Here's hoping he has a stash of Mills Officials and isn't simply painting the first one to "pretty-it-up".

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    #344 1 year ago

    A while ago, He had both games for sale at the same time.
    One was in better condition than the other. Both needed a little work.

    #345 1 year ago

    1932 Mason and Company "ROLL-ITT"

    ebay.com link » Antique Mason And Company 034 Roll Itt A Game Of Chance 034 Pinball Machine 1932 Rare

    Wow...I've never heard of this one before. I spotted the ad earlier in the day, but wasn't able to post until now. Looks like it has since expired, but the eye-candy remains:

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    #347 1 year ago
    Quoted from Pecos:

    1930's Jimmy Valentine
    By Scientific $300, Half Moon Bay, CA

    Confession time: Despite being located on an opposite coast, this one's sort of been eating at me. I sent the seller a message yesterday and was told that this beauty is now sold. Did anyone from here manage to nab it? Please post jealous-making pix and description if so. Would LOOOVE-love-love to hear more about it.

    Sincerely,
    Ryan

    #348 1 year ago

    Postcard of a 1934 Total Recall prototype

    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/REAL-PHOTO-VINTAGE-ANTIQUE-PINBALL-MACHINE-GAME-POSTCARD-COPY/372195662761?hash=item56a8971ba9:g:SXwAAOSw-RFaXMuE

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    Anyone know what this thing actually is? Earliest simultaneous player I've ever seen.

    #349 1 year ago
    Quoted from RyanClaytor:

    Anyone know what this thing actually is? Earliest simultaneous player I've ever seen

    There was one for sale at a dallas auction but it got away before I could buy it

    -Jeff

    #350 1 year ago
    Quoted from way2wyrd:

    There was one for sale at a dallas auction but it got away before I could buy it
    -Jeff

    Wow! ...do you know what it is? (Year, manufacturer, title?)

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    Playfield - Toys/Add-ons
    Full Tilt Pinball LEDs
    $ 29.99
    Cabinet - Sound/Speakers
    Lighted Pinball Mods
    $ 7,299.00
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    Classic Game Rooms
    $ 30.00
    Playfield - Decals
    Metal-Mods
    $ 115.00
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    $ 999.00
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