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Parlor game device










Image Number 2 for United States Patent #3975022.

This invention is concerned with an electrically operated game device wherein a number selector means consisting of at least two electrically actuated spinnable pointers are provided to select or indicate at random a set of numbers, which numbers form possible arithmetical combinations. The rotation of each of said spinnable pointers is made variable and sequential by the use of a timing device. A horizontally disposed playing glass panel is disposed forwardly of said number selector means, said playing panel having several transverse rows of numerical indicia outlined thereon whereby all the possible arithmetical combinations arising from the randomly indicated numbers could be reflected thereon. An electrical control panel is provided wherein a set of switches are provided to actuate the number selector means and the lighting means disposed on said playing panel.








 
 
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