(Topic ID: 253501)

Black Knight Original Pencil Playfield Layout

By avspin

7 months ago

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  • Latest reply 7 months ago by avspin
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#1 7 months ago

Look what I found. Had to share, I think this is really cool. This is the original pencil drawing on Mylar of the Black Knight playfield. It's pin-holed which means that this drawing was used to make the first playfield. They would push a pin through the Mylar drawing onto the blank wood to mark where to cut and drill. It's full of notes and signed by Steve Ritchie.

#2 7 months ago

Did you find that in Claude Fernandez's safe?

#3 7 months ago
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#4 7 months ago

Sure must be fun going through that old stuff and finding such a gem!

#5 7 months ago

original stuff is great

#6 7 months ago

Wow! Is this for sale? Not interested myself but I would admit curiosity as to value!

Nice find!!

#7 7 months ago

The machine that gave pinball the shot in the arm it needed to face the onslaught of video games that ruled arcades in the 80s!

In my top 10 of all time.

Thanks for sharing this!


#8 7 months ago
Quoted from Atari_Daze:

Sure must be fun going through that old stuff and finding such a gem!

Yes! Some really cool things.

#9 7 months ago

Decided to list it on ebay.

#10 7 months ago
Quoted from avspin:

Decided to list it on ebay.

Link please.

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