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4 hours ago, treeslayer said:

The numbers are rub on transfer from a company called chartpak, I don’t think they are in business any longer, I’ve had these for 20 years, transfer by rubbing a dull pencil over the number. I then spray on several coats of lacquer to protect the numbers C5318C77-1945-4921-BE8F-11528E7CFB8C.jpeg.cc391163e4e33eef520548da0dc2bc5c.jpeg

well i guess i was wrong (again) chartpak is still available from amazon and others

 

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On 11/30/2020 at 2:05 PM, treeslayer said:

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original 1963 instructions on how to play the game

Dave, so if I understand it correctly, when a number is covered, you flip it forward? Is there a brass rod on the back below the numbers that keep the numbers level? 

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56 minutes ago, Coop said:

Dave, so if I understand it correctly, when a number is covered, you flip it forward? Is there a brass rod on the back below the numbers that keep the numbers level? 

The numbers are on a brass rod Coop, roll a 9 flip whatever makes 9, 6&3, 7&2 or whatever the player wants that makes that number, continue until the number you roll can’t be made, add up the remaining numbers that is your score, low score wins1BE7D19C-1C59-48A8-95B5-9CC55954DD86.jpeg.60fb47b2e517d6e87b52e43475126ab7.jpeg

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