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Jennings Golfa-Rola Golf Ball Vendor Slot Machine
- This Golfa-Rola slot machine paid the winner in golf balls rather than money
- This slot vendor was created by O.D. Jennings & Company, a leader of the era in fine slot machines
- The machine is one of a handful of such golf ball vendors known to exist in working condition
- For a quarter, a player could win up to 10 golf balls in a single spin
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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.
59 1/2" high x 20" wide x 22" deep