A wooden framed slot machine 'Nine Hole Golf' circa 1930s
British maker is unknown and no moving parts. Attractive art-deco graphics on glass playing area. Comes with suitable coinage to activate the game.
Measures: 65 x 26 x 10 inches
A penny is placed in the slot at the top of the machine to start the game. The coin drops back to a slot top right, half exposed ready for the gamer to shove it along the path of the first hole that is well protected by hazards represented by holes in the backboard.