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Pub and arcade games prove popular

The recent Fine Art sale at Mander Auctioneers included a number of rare and interesting early 20th century pub and arcade games, including:

an early 20th century American 'The Big Game Hunter' patented arcade game, circa 1931, in a painted wooden case, stamped A.B.T. (Manufacturing Company) Chicago, Illinois, which sold for £700,

an early 20th century Fortuna automatic bagatelle arcade game, manufactured under Jofeh's license, 1901, numbered I824, in an oak case which sold for £720,

and a pub game known as The Rippler, in a glazed wooden case, which sold for £230. For a free valuation of your vintage pub and arcade games please contact us at

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