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Poosh-M-Up Victory Bomber

bagatelle

The Northwestern Products Co. of St. Louis, formerly the Northwestern Mailbox Co., produced bagatelle games from around 1940 until 1960. These bagatelle games resembled pinball games including a spring-action ball launcher and various "pin" obstacles. Many allowed players to choose between several game options. This example mimics a bomber dropping bombs on certain German or Japanese cities, and allows for a baseball game too.

ManufacturerNorthwestern Products Co.
Materialwood | Masonite | printed paper | cardboard
OriginSt. Louis, MO
Stylebagatelle
Object ID114.7165

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