Vintage Early 1900's Snapball Game Usa Original Box


Vintage Early 1900's Snapball Game Usa Original Box

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Vintage Early 1900's Snapball Game Usa Original Box :
$180


Chance to own a great vintage tin game made in the USA by the SNAPBALL Co., Inc. out of Brooklyn N.Y. Game is in wonderful shape for its age. The 20" long by 5" wide tin base with red white and blue graphics is solid with no brakes or repaires. Two wire brackets support the dark green five target cups for a height of 7 1/2". Three brown wood balls complete the game. Original box has the rules of how to play on front cover. Box is not in great shape with some staining, tear on right side and flattened, but to even be available is a miracle. Game is played by placing the wood ball on the right side of the ramp just above the word SNAPBALL, letting it roll down to the other end than snap it into the air. Hopefuly landing in one of cups to score points. Just a great vintage game to own and add to your collection. Free shipping to lower 48 states USA only. Ask questions see pictures sold a shown. Payment requested within three days. Thanks for stopping in and looking.


Vintage Early 1900's Snapball Game Usa Original Box :
$180

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