This is a very pretty and truly fun game to play. Kindly donated to us by a friend after the tragic fire that hit our business last year, we are pleased to present this attractive "21" by Williams from early 1960. The game has been completely been refurbished mechanically, paying special attention to those all important stepper units in the back. It has an original playfield, reproduction backglass, original cabinet and powder coated legs. This game belonged to the Bristish artist Alan Aldridge who oddly enough created the artwork for Elton John's Captain Fantastic and the Brown dirt Cowboy album. The game also belonged to Ray Smith of Ray Smith's jazz emprorium of Denmark Street. It plays really well for it's age and could probably improve with a cabinet repaint, however, it shows its age nicely and the cabinet isn't really that tatty. The game has both bulb scoring and score reels. The score reels show the player's card score. Do not BUST! the lovely thing about this game is that you get to beat "the dealer" at the verY end of the game when his score appears at the bottom of the backglass as either 18, 19, 20, 21 or Bust.
The game comes with a one year warranty on parts and labour and ONE free call out within UK mainland from date of delivery. IT IS fun. IT IS fast AND IT IS A REAL BARGAIN.
"21" (Williams) 1960
Date of Build: February 1960
Designer: Harry Mabs
Artwork: Unknown (probably George Molentin)
Number made: Unknown
Model: n. 233
Mechanically retored Spring 2019
Comes with a one year warranty on parts and labour and ONE free service call within England only. Excludes Silly Isles, Isle if Man, Isle of Wight, and Channel Islands.