Knapp "Electric Questioner" Game, Battery Operated
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Battery operated game called the "Knapp Electric Questioner", made in the 1940's. Hinged wooden case with lithographed paper cover, which has some worn spots and tears to the edges, but in overall good condition. Takes 1 large D-cell (flashlight) battery, and yes, it still works. Comes with 18 question sheets (some are repeats) that are placed on the grid with the pins showing through the sheet. The battery leads are touched to the answers, and a response comes when the answer is correct. Measures 9.5" x 14" x 2.25"h. Please email any questions. Inglenook Antiques...Established 1989.
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