Golfa Rola Golf Ball Vendor Slot Machine by Jennings

  • This Golfa Rola vendor slot machine is an exceptionally rare piece of Americana
  • The 25-cent slot is among the rarest ever manufactured by O.D. Jennings & Co. of Chicago
  • Designed to pay out in golf balls, this model is one of just two known to still exist
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Item No. 30-7827

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This Golfa Rola upright golf ball vendor slot machine is an exceptionally rare piece of vintage Americana by O.D. Jennings & Company of Chicago. The 25-cent slot is in impeccable condition, complete with its original glass display front that depicts two golfers on the green. Designed to pay out in golf balls rather than money, the machine has its golf balls clearly on display, lined up and ready to be won.

Floor model slot machines such as this are far rarer than their countertop-sized counterparts - such machines were only found in high-end golf resorts of the early and mid-20th century. What makes this machine all the rarer is that vendor slot machines such as this one were declared gambling devices in 1941 - just a year after the Golfa Rola went into production. Thus, production of these new models would not only have abruptly ended, but any unsold machines would have been destroyed. Consequently, the present machine is one of just two known to still exist today.

Circa 1940

59" high x 19" wide x 22" deep
Golfa Rola Golf Ball Vendor Slot Machine by Jennings
Maker: Jennings
Period: 20th Century
Origin: America
Type: Slot Machines
Depth: 22.0 Inches
Width: 19.0 Inches
Height: 59.0 Inches

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