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The commands on the six sides are usually in words. The commands are usually: take all, all put, take two, put one, take one, and put two.
8-sided tops, like the two typical ones on the left, have smaller sides than the 6-sided ones so the commands are in single letters, numerals, and symbols such as stars (*) and zeros (0). The one on the far left has these outcomes on the 8 sides: * (star means take all), T3, P1, T2, 0 (zero means all put), P3, T1, and P4.
These invariably have words (like "put two") on the sides, not short-hand "P2", "T1," etc. is a new game from America that has captured London." The text there says: "With a scout ready to cry copper! 1.5" x 1", 72 grams; the other common bi-level horse racing tops are generally 1-1/8" and 28 grams) and the canvas layout (30" x 5") are pictured below this table. catalog (circa 1900-1917) advertising one of these bi-level horse racing tops (what I call #5 top, above) and betting layout. SORANUS - ORPHEUS - TISHY - ALAN BECK - LEIGHTON - YUTOI. It has become a lucrative financial activity with horses wining millions of dollars in a race, and millions more as a stud", per an owner of the top. 1-1/2 inch (3.5 cm) and has the names on it in this order: SUNSTAR (1911), Race Horses, New Zealand. "top, 6 sides: 2 to 1, 3 to 1, 4 to 1, 5 to 1, DISQ, EVENS. So possible hands could be: Full House, Jack high; 4 of a kind in Jacks, or Straight, Queen high. Mine came recently in a plastic box with a paper inside that said, "BOJO's TOP," copyright 1982, Bojo's, Colorado City, Tx" Bi-level Poker top, made of steel (magnetic). It is one of the most awful Put and Takes I have ever seen -- about 1 inch long and 3 grams weight. Game abbreviations: P = put, T = take, A = all, H = half. Come up with your own new rules to make the game more fun." Edgar Bergen's CHARLIE Mc CARTHY Put And Take Bingo by Whitman 1938 -- Saw this on e Bay, August 2009. As you twist the battery tower, it is neat the way the light below lights up each marble as it passes by. There is a small light bulb attached to that movable metal bar, which is attached to the battery. Darts have been colored black and the rubber heads are broke.
: groups "2", "4" and "6" above are 8-sided tops, and as such invariably do not have full words on the sides, just a letter, star and/or number, and to view/read them, you must hold the top upright. I find that the 6-sided ones are more common than the 8-sided ones. material of the tops -- all metal (pewter, copper, brass, silver), all plastic, all wood, etc., or combination of materials. [policeman] boys in a pavement, gamble with a put and take(or, sanfarian) top (shown here, actual size [on that Illustrated London News page]). April 2008 I paid 0 total for both in the George Cross Collection live, gambling items auction on e Bay. "CONTROLLED" tops for cheating: left: a page from my F. When they spout, "a special top which is under control at all times," they mean the top is gaffed for cheating. Card Co., Chicago, which would accompany the item when ordered (for top #4). All of these are champion English horses which raced from about 1918 to 1922. top section spins with odds, in order--10-1 4-1 6-1 3-1 6-4 2-1. The horses named on the top were racing in New Zealand about 1944. Horse names lower section: MARGIN, MANKIND, BURT SCOTT, GOLD BAR, INTEGRITY, RON LOGAN Numbers (odds) upper section: 2 1, 7 1, 4 1, 5 1, 10 1, No DIV Horse-racing. For one thing, the order of the sides is different. This spinner and the one above are both "left-handed." spectre, jest, cina, diadem, panther, sunstar, ladas, minoru. He says, "ANTIQUE BRASS HORSE RACING 2 PARTS SPIN INDEPENDENTLY 6 SIDED PUT TAKE SPINNER. BOTTOM READS GRIFF, LEGER, CAPON, ROBIN, BITER & DANTE. "bottom, 6 sides: THE FIELD, PANTHER, BLUE FLASH, WHITE LADY, GOLDEN EAGLE, RED KNIGHT. Got this August 2013 from A Pennsylvania USA seller on e Bay. top level sides, in order: Two, Three, Four, Full, Strait, Flush. Click here to see a close-up of the Put and Take commands on the top of the tin. The 22" board is in good shape and so is the hardware that holds it up.
Unusual words on put & take: Pool, San Farian, Grab, In, Out, Tak All, and Put All. (Click here for more information about the musical piece.) Players ante into a pot and take turns spinning the top. If the top lands with T1 showing (or "take one"), T2 or T3, the player who spun it would win (take) 1, 2 or 3 chips, respectively, from the pot.
If it landed with the star or Take All showing, he would take all the chips from the pot. The top would pass to the next player after each spin. For example, "Put All" could mean that the spinner matches the pot! 6-sided tops, like the one at the left, are much more common than 8-sided ones. Ball bearings or Pointers/Flat Disks determine action (not sides of a spinner) in small hand-held devices. Advertising put & takes (company name on spinner) 4. If it landed "0" or Put All or All Put, each player would contribute one chip to the pot. Put & Takes were usually about 1-1/8" long, weigh 16 grams and made of brass, like the three tops shown below.I have found 1921 to be the earliest use of the term "Put & Take." The spread and popularity of Put & Takes was a true "craze," a term applied to Put & Takes even then. Lavalette, a French firm, and Bosch, a German firm, partnered between WW I and WW II.) Unusual bi-level top with 8 colored balls. This piece is in all original pre-owned condition age related wear and marks. Same as top #4 in the chart above, except one side is COLON, not COLIN. described it as, "Vintage 6 sided Bi-level "Odds On" Spinner, Circa 1920s. The top level sides are marked with the odds in this order: " E [Even], 2-1, 4-1, 5-1, 6-1, 8-1." The bottom level is marked with the symbols in this order: crown, heart, spade, anchor, diamond, club.. Looks to be made of brass with a silver coloured finish. The above three pictures show how a Put and Take can be rigged for cheating. One unusual rule: "If a PUT and an ALL are rolled, then the player puts in an amount equal to the entire pot." While unusual, I have seen this rule mentioned many times. Per seller: "The bidding is for ONE dice only, I have shown 2 in the photo to show more faces of the dice. This is my version of a game I loved as a child called "Put & Take". Hand lathed of aluminum, well balanced for long spins.The Put & Take craze enveloped the world in the 1920s and 30s, as seen everywhere in games, newspaper stories, songs, plays, movies, punchboards, and reform movements to outlaw the spinners and games. G." stands for "Sans Garantie Du Gouvernement" (="without government guarantee"). Click here for full information and pictures on another page. The top breaks down and you can move the tumblers off and on, depending on what you are playing." Tri-level Crown & Anchor. ....there are chips to the paintwork in places." The top is 6-sided, each level has these 6 sides: X 1 2 3 4 5. "STILL IN GOOD WORKING PERIOD CONDITION, THIS PARTICULAR TEETOTEM IS RARE BECAUSE IT IS TRI-LEVEL WITH 3 INDEPENDENTLY SPINNING DECKS OR LEVELS. Grey Lag-Colon-- Man-O-War--Morvich- Zev-Spark Plug DISQ, 5-1, 4-1, 8-1, 6-1, 2-1 Crown and Anchor. The typed instructions came with the rigged tops when ordered from a gambling supply house. "Blue Book" (copyright 1932), which at that time had offices in eight major cities across the U. Notice how the middle ones are nice and symmetrical -- straight/fair/honest. Per seller, "Put N Take Dreidel - Gambling Spinner - Made in Wisconsin USA, Made in Wisconsin USA, CNC Machined from Aircraft Grade Aluminum. Dealer, in e Bay August 2009 auction description, says: "... A box of 1 dozen 3/4" dice for the game Put & Take etched in black, red and blue. "The original game was a spinning top but this dice version is easier for younger children who can't make a top spin. "The 6 faces read - PUT 1, PUT 2, ALL PUT, TAKE 1, TAKE 2 & TAKE ALL. "This is a fun way to teach children about turn taking, following game rules, number value, winning & losing! English lettering is CNC-engraved and hand painted. This auction includes one aluminum top, instruction card, and small fabric gift bag. ," as described by e Bay seller rembet33 in Oct 2009. per e Bay seller, March 2010: "Well, I came up with a design and had it made and now am selling it to other Put and Take enthusiasts looking for an ultimate game experience that can be carried with you wherever you go.