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I'm pretty sure that is a B M Co Made in England.
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The case and top flash definitely look BMCo.
In Paul Braithwaites book there is a Bagatelle listed for BM Co. 1933.
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Yes, it's typical of a number of the tall coin-return drop case games made by the British Manufacturing Company of London in the early 1930s. They featured oversized marquees with a variety of different playfield designs, but were almost identical mechanically. Well known examples are Draughts and Butterfly. See also Moving Stars
and Pin Royal
in the Museum. Nice find.
- BMCo Pin Royal
- Tall version of Pin Royal, 1933 (Arcades & Slot Machines)
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I wonder if the BMCo Bagatelle machine was a precursor of this BMCo playfield:
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