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Old 12-14-2020, 03:06 PM
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Default Vintage table-top Hockey Games

So I've picked up some of these little tin players and I think they are super cool Now I would like to get ahold of a vintage table-top hockey game, but the problem is I know nothing about them. There seems to be plenty of table-top games available on ebay (it seems to cost as much to ship the game as the game itself) what should I look for? Can somebody teach me about table-top hockey?
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Old 12-14-2020, 08:08 PM
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A lot of it depends on how old you want. A game for the men that you show is not really that old.No older then 1968, but likely around 1970.
I would suggest keep watching the flea markets and yard sales.You are right about the shipping.It will cost a whole lot more to ship then to
but the game itself. Getting one in its original box will also cost you a lot more.Then to find one with all the teams for the game that you have
purchased will also add a bunch of cash to the purchase price. Good luck

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Old 12-14-2020, 09:17 PM
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Oh boy, I'm with you on the table hockey games. I have two, picking up one from an antique store for $20 and another from a hobby shop that does a a lot of estate sale purchases, for $20 as well. Both huge bargains. They are out there, but unless you purchase off of Ebay it really will be a lucky find somewhere. I scan estatesales.net for local sales, and often check out sales that just seem to have toys of the same era. I have kicked myself for about fifteen years over one, it was in an antique store in a small town in TN that was a stop on a Christmas Train ride we took our kids on. Too big to carry on the train. So many options on these, problem is they are all cool haha.

I wish you luck, and hope to see a pick-up posted by you here sometime in the future.

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Old 12-15-2020, 11:57 AM
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I know searching on kijiji in canada u will find a bunch probably in every major city
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