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    Default 1932 Master Play-Boy

    Picked this counter top 1932 Master-Playboy up a couple weeks ago. I pulled the glass to get a clear photo of the playfield. Fun little game that doesn't take up too much space. I also picked up a 1931 Mills Official Pintable and a 1933 Rockola World's Fair Jigsaw in the deal. I'll try to get some photos of those machines in the coming weeks as I start working on them.

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    Default Re: 1932 Master Play-Boy

    Jigsaw is the real choice one of the set.
    The Play-Boy is fun when you set two up side-by-side (they're not too rare) and fight for the best poker hand, imho.

    And the Mills Official Pin Table is the classic 1931 bagatelle design IIRC

    Great haul! I love me some prewars.
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    Default Re: 1932 Master Play-Boy

    Quote Originally Posted by cait001 View Post
    Jigsaw is the real choice one of the set.
    And the Mills Official Pin Table is the classic 1931 bagatelle design IIRC
    Yes, you remember correctly. The Mills is the bagatelle style playfield. I bought all 3 of them as a package deal with the intent of only keeping the JigSaw. I have already sold and shipped the Play-boy to Texas. I wasn't able to pick the lock on the Mills so I will have to take that cabinet to the locksmith for some help. The ball lift needs a good cleaning and then I will sell that one too.

    The JigSaw is one of the early versions with the 2 bolt legs. It will clean up nicely and join my Bally Skipper payout machine and Keeney Make or Break pre-war machines.

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    Any chance you could add photos of Make Or Break and Skipper to IPDB? They could sure use some good photos...
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    Jay at IPDB did contact me requesting photos of the Make or Break. Outside of the advertising fliers, I have not been able to find a single photo. I have the machine torn apart right now, but plan on sending him photos once I have it put back together. I need to get a couple of the relay coils rewound, but haven't has much luck finding someone that can do it properly. I do have a few photos of the machine posted at Pinside.

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