Skeeball is a classic game that is still played in arcades all over the world, and is one of the first redemption games. The game was invented in 1909 by J. Dickinson Este in the city of Philadelphia. Now, this over a century old game got a classic treatment from Restoration Hardware. Sporting a vintage design, this beautiful arcade skeeball is immaculately crafted from a hand-finished oak with brass details.
Inspired by the skeeball machines of the 1930s, this one features an old-time scoring display on top, a pull-handle activation lever and five balls. The machine measures 156 x 75 x 31 inches (l x h x w) and weighs 750 pounds, making it suitable for any room. It also comes with instruction manual, and the necessary assembly hardware and power cord.
Priced at $6,995, the Vintage Arcade Skeeball is available from Restoration Hardware.