This vintage Jack-Pot-Game from Buffalo Toy and Tool Works is a must-have for any collector of antique toys. With its tin construction and charming design, it is a true piece of history from the 1930s. Trade stimulators were countertop machines initially found in saloons in the 1880’s. Over time they spread to cigar, confectionary and general stores Winners might win cigars, cigarettes or candy. While usually not controversial, their small size made them able to be quickly removed from the counter in areas where gambling was prohibited. The item looks touched up and the left and center slots spin freely but the right slot sticks. Afraid of harming the toy it has not been taken apart to address this issue.
The Jack-Pot-Game measures 6x4 inches. It is a great addition to any collection of vintage tin toys and will bring joy to anyone who sees it. Don't miss your chance to own this piece of American history. If you don’t live in this area I will ship this item if you accept Zelle for payment and send me your name and phone number and if I can verify you’re not a scammer I will call you back! Thank you