1933 Poosh-m-Up Junior Pinball Game
A cute and all original toy, patent number 1,925,018 patented in 1933 and made by Northwestern Products, St. Louis, Missouri. The cardboard playing field has clowns and kids playing baseball with a keystone cop watching. There are 10 steel balls. The plunger has a wooden knob. The frame is wood with a glass top, and it has a wire stand to raise the playing field. The plunger knob is slightly bent in an upward position to be able to pull it to play. Dimensions of the game are: 17 1/4" long, 11 1/4" wide, and 1 1/4" thick. Want to play a game?!
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