Antique Bally Baby Cigarette Tobacco Trade Stimulator Lucky Strike For Parts
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Antique Bally Baby Cigarette Tobacco Trade Stimulator Lucky Strike For Parts :
This is a nice old antique trade casino slot style trade stimulator for Tobacco cigarette sales in old general stores, probably around the 1920s or 1930s. I believe this one was referred to as the Bally Baby Tobacco version. It weighs 6 pounds, 4 ounces. It measures approx 6 x 7.5 x 4.5 inches. It has the key! What it doesn't have though is a handle, the front advertising plate, another peice looks to be missing where you put the coin, and it has plenty of dents, scratches, and scuffing. The inside wheel has cigarette brands such as chesterfield and lucky strike Tobacco. The bottom has a number 7058, and the back plate inside is marked with the numbers 42 509. Without the handle we have to sell it as-is and not working, but when we put a coin in it, we can tell the wheels still would spin freely when we move it back and forth, so that is a plus. This little guy is definitely rough, but would be a good project if you wanted to get him all fixed up, or alternatively, use him to bring a different one to life! Enjoy! Sorry, no international buyers. We prefer paypal, payment expected within 3 days of sale close. We will gladly offer additional services or other shipping methods.
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