(Topic ID: 151475)

Please help identify this pinball game

By Armyaviation

8 years ago


Topic Heartbeat

Topic Stats

  • 15 posts
  • 7 Pinsiders participating
  • Latest reply 8 years ago by manitouguy
  • No one calls this topic a favorite

You

Linked Games

No games have been linked to this topic.

    Topic Gallery

    View topic image gallery

    image_(resized).jpeg
    image_(resized).jpeg
    image_(resized).jpeg
    image_(resized).jpeg
    image_(resized).jpg
    image_(resized).jpg
    image_(resized).jpg
    #1 8 years ago

    Thinking of buying this but would like to know who made it

    image_(resized).jpgimage_(resized).jpg

    image_(resized).jpgimage_(resized).jpg

    image_(resized).jpgimage_(resized).jpg

    #2 8 years ago

    That's going to be a challenge.

    Do you have a picture of the front to see what style of plungers and ball lift handles it uses? Sometimes that helps narrow the manufacturer a bit.

    #3 8 years ago

    nickel bagatelle game circa 1930 still searching

    14
    #5 8 years ago

    What you have there is a January 1932 BunnyBoard. This one however is the later version that has the much simpler cabinet style because the earlier versions of the game built in November 1931 were much more elaborate. They were made by the Marble Games Company in Youngstown Ohio.

    Hope that helps.

    John P. Dayhuff
    Battle Creek, Mi.
    269-979-3836

    #6 8 years ago

    Thank you very much

    #7 8 years ago

    If the OP could add some pics to the ipdb.org database, that would be very nice!
    --
    Chris Hibler - CARGPB #31
    http://ChrisHiblerPinball.com/contact/
    http://webpages.charter.net/chibler/Pinball/index.htm
    http://www.PinWiki.com - The Place to go for Pinball Repair Info

    #8 8 years ago

    Do you have any pictures of a restored one or any other info on the company

    #9 8 years ago
    Quoted from Dayhuff:

    What you have there is a January 1932 BunnyBoard. This one however is the later version that has the much simpler cabinet style because the earlier versions of the game built in November 1931 were much more elaborate. They were made by the Marble Games Company in Youngstown Ohio.
    Hope that helps.

    Pinside Medal of Honor - I am impressed!

    Saw that thread earlier, looked at the pictures and thought that question would not be answered easily...

    #10 8 years ago

    http://www.ipdb.org/search.pl?any=bunny+board&search=Search+Database&searchtype=quick

    The pinball encyclopedia volume 1 is your best bet. More information in there about the game and the manufacture then you could ever want to know....LOL. Amazon has them for sale for stupid money but I'm sure if you looked around you could find them for something closer to the original price of I want to say $50-$60. Try Steve Young at Pinball Resource, he owns part of the rights to the books. I'm still hoping that the gauntlet will be picked up by Gordon Hasse and someday he will come out with the rest of the volumes besides just 1 +2 that Richard Bueshel did.

    John P. Dayhuff
    Battle Creek, MI.
    269-979-3836

    #11 8 years ago

    Anyone want to email me the page on this game that has the book I would appreciate it!
    Found a guy with the earlier one

    image_(resized).jpegimage_(resized).jpeg

    image_(resized).jpegimage_(resized).jpeg

    image_(resized).jpegimage_(resized).jpeg

    image_(resized).jpegimage_(resized).jpeg

    #12 8 years ago

    Need your direct email address to send you the page.

    John P. Dayhuff
    Battle Creek, MI.
    269-979-3836

    #14 8 years ago

    PM sent.

    John P. Dayhuff
    Battle Creek, Mi.
    269-979-3836

    #15 8 years ago

    Very cool – I don't suppose there would be a page on a 1932 king pin in this "book"??

    Reply

    Wanna join the discussion? Please sign in to reply to this topic.

    Hey there! Welcome to Pinside!

    Donate to Pinside

    Great to see you're enjoying Pinside! Did you know Pinside is able to run without any 3rd-party banners or ads, thanks to the support from our visitors? Please consider a donation to Pinside and get anext to your username to show for it! Or better yet, subscribe to Pinside+!


    This page was printed from and we tried optimising it for printing. Some page elements may have been deliberately hidden.

    Scan the QR code on the left to jump to the URL this document was printed from.