Ah yes. At first I thought you were referring to something in the (American) photo I posted. Again first tried in London, then rolled out nationally the following year so, yes, 1934 sounds plausible.
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The Lights of London theme certainly would not have been sold that way in the US, so I thought possibly a US machine with new local casting added? But I couldn't place the trim or anything I'd seen like it. Was just conversing with a specialist early pin collector in the US about something else so asked him, he thinks UK made as all the front hardware is unlike anything US made and he also has never seen the game.
Certainly a rare and interesting game, appears you have player control over the fingers to change scoring hole shots using the large knob on the front, plus being early E/M. But with such a large backlog of projects I've almost stopped buying machines, unless something really unusual and this wouldn't have been wacky enough. Hardly anything turns up in Aust these days of any description!