Pachinko. Vintage 1970s or 1980s TOMY Pocket Game. This is a hand held plastic game with small metal pellets.
Directions on the back read:
See how many points you can pile up as you play Pocket Pachinko. Make sure the stop lever in the upper right hand corner is set to stop. Then shake the case to line up all 10 balls on the shoot ramp so you're ready for action. Push up on the time bar on the left hand side of the case to set the timer. When you're ready to shoot pull down on the lever at the bottom right hand corner to get your ball in shooting position. Now release the stop button. This begins the movement of the arms on the game board. Try to get the balls into either hole while the arms open and close. Try to score as many points possible before your time runs out.
Marked on back: TOMY, Made in Taiwan.
Game measures about 2 3/4 inches wide x 4 5/8 inches tall and about 3/4 of an inch thick.
Condition is good with no cracks. Timer and buttons all function. Clear plastic front does have a lot of small scuffing and scratch marks from normal use. Black plastic back has some rough spots that look like possible areas that got too heated.
Great retro game!
Vintage mid century metal hot pad trivet for hot dishes. Made by Pro-Tex. Used to protect fine surfaces throughout the home.
Table of Weights and Measures. Upper right corner features a man and woman standing at a scale. Along the sides is eggs, measuring spoons, measuring cups, and quart bottle. Center shows a flour canister, sugar canister and salt shaker.
Measures 7 inches wide x 7 inches tall.
Condition is good with a light scratch near the upper left top edge. Otherwise just some small light surface scratches. Back has a large discolored area in the lower left quarter.
Adorable graphics on this one!