(Topic ID: 322576)

Domino - black or silver splatter?

By illawarra92

4 days ago

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#1 4 days ago

doing a repaint of the cabinet for a gottlieb Domino from 68

for the splatter was it silver or black.

#2 4 days ago

I think it was black webbing.

#3 2 days ago

for the record it's silver

#4 2 days ago

splatter or webbing?

#5 2 days ago

The one I worked on had webbing, not spatter.


#6 17 hours ago

If you go to the link below, you'll find a few dozen magnified photos of Domino serial numbers submitted by owners. They afford close-up, well-aged views of more than a dozen cabinet treatments, many of which appear to be original and not repainted. Click on the ones with the camera icon. They offer clues, but... it's anybody's guess: black and silver light webbing, black and silver splatter, and some in between. Maybe a light webbing of darker silver? However, it could be Gottlieb didn't really care if they were all finished exactly the same. With a production run of 2650, why would they?


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