This page includes info regarding my Williams Casino Pinball game made in August of 1958. It's a woodrail single player game that features 2 flippers, 4 pop bumpers, 2 kick-out holes, 1 gobble hole, and has a "mystery mirror" that lights playing cards on the backglass. It's pretty rare to find a Casino game that has a mystery mirror that doesn't have issues. It often has what appears to be a delaminated mirror that doesn't show the cards very well. Then again, this is an old game from the late 50s that featured a backglass mirror gimmick. The game was designed by Harry Williams with artwork by George Molentin. Not sure how many of these games were made since no one seems to know.

The backglass has some issues, but the cabinet and playfield look nice for such an old game. I got this game as part of a trade with fellow pinhead Tim. I traded my Target Alpha "project" game and $200 for the working Casino game. I like the game and it's one of the few old games that I have set up for play.

The pictures below were taken as the game arrived. I'll probably leave it alone and just enjoy playing the game since it works and the rings have been replaced.

(click any picture to enlarge)

 

Casino Flyer

 
Upper Playfield

Upper Playfield

Center Playfield

Center Playfield

Lower Playfield

Lower Playfield

Underside Top of Playfield

Pop Bumpers

Mid Playfield

Mid Playfield

Lower Playfield

Relay Bank

Transformer Area

Relay Board

Score Motor

Bottom Cabinet

Bottom Cabinet

Butt End of Game

 
Backglass




Inside Backbox

Backbox Bell Area

 
Coin Door

 
 

 

All Graphics & Text Steve Corley

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