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What pins did these come from?


By cottonm4

47 days ago



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    #1 47 days ago

    I got a Christmas present. I don't know where the giver purchased them. They are coasters (?) made from two different cabinets.

    As coasters, they are worthless. It is too easy to sit your drink cup too close to the side and watch it tip over and spill. They are 3/4" thick because cabinets are 3/4" thick.

    All I know is that two different cabinets were made into sacrificial lambs. I find it interesting that the orange/white/blue disks have nicotine stains on one disk only. The other disk is snow white.

    What two pins were the donors?

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    #2 47 days ago
    Quoted from cottonm4:

    I got a Christmas present. I don't know where the giver purchased them. They are coasters (?) made from two different cabinets.
    As coasters, they are worthless. It is too easy to sit your drink cup too close to the side and watch it tip over and spill. They are 3/4" thick because cabinets are 3/4" thick.
    All I know is that two different cabinets were made into sacrificial lambs. I find it interesting that the orange/white/blue disks have nicotine stains on one disk only. The other disk is snow white.
    What two pins were the donors?[quoted image]

    Pretty sure the bottom 2 are from a Bally Bingo machine called ‘Tahiti’ from 1978.

    #3 47 days ago
    Quoted from Sea_Wolf:

    Pretty sure the bottom 2 are from a Bally Bingo machine called ‘Tahiti’ from 1978.

    You have a good eye.

    https://pinside.com/pinball/machine/tahiti

    #4 47 days ago

    It’s like playing the old TV game show ‘Concentration’.

    #5 47 days ago
    Quoted from Sea_Wolf:

    It’s like playing the old TV game show ‘Concentration’.

    I forgot all about that show. Hugh Downs was the host. He was born on Feb. 14 1921 and is still living today. That makes him 98.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hugh_Downs

    #6 47 days ago
    Quoted from Sea_Wolf:

    Pretty sure the bottom 2 are from a Bally Bingo machine called ‘Tahiti’ from 1978.

    Pinballers never cease to amaze me with eagle eyes on games (or even very small parts, as in this case).

    #7 47 days ago

    The top left makes me think Captain Fantastic. Maybe the top right also.

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