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DeGrain's Saloon Bartop Dice Game 1890's

DeGrain's Saloon Bartop Dice Game 1890's

This is an original  “Improved Dice and Game Apparatus” manufactured by DeGrain company in Washington D.C.

In the late 1800's and early 1900's dice games such as this were often found on saloon bar counters for the gambling amusement of the customers and  to promote the sales of cigars and alcohol.

The game consists of a wooden box with three windows on each side. One side shows the outcome of a throw of three dice while the opposite side shows  the numerical value of the die rolls for the bartender. To play one makes a bet and then pushes the slider bar at the top to spin the three dice reels. Winning bets were paid off by the bartender in drinks or cigars.


This game is in very nice original condition and works well.


Size is 10” x 4” x 3”

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