Keystone Junior Bowling Alley Model #1013

Keystone Junior Bowling Alley Model #1013

Keystone Junior Bowling Alley Model #1013

Keystone Junior Bowling Alley #1013 Box

Keystone Junior Bowling Alley #1013 Box

A Case of Keystone Tru-Scale Home Bowling Alley Score Sheets

A Case of Keystone Tru-Scale Home Bowling Alley Score Sheets

At 54″ x 9″ this is one of the smaller table top bowling alleys.  There are larger models that had legs and were placed on the floor.  The box has heavy water staining but the alley only suffered minor damage to the to the finish.  If you have ever bowled you know how this works.  This set would have come with ten pins, two steel balls and a chute.  The set appears in the 1940-1941 catalog.

From my private collection.

 

9 Comments

  1. Suzanne

    How much are you asking for the bowling alley

    • Hello,
      I appreciate your interest in the bowling alley but none of the toys displayed on the website are for sale. I may have a section with toys for sale but that is in the future.
      Derrick

  2. Barb

    How much did this originally sell for? Thanks

    • Hello,
      I have found this toy in Keystone catalogs but they did not have price sheets. As for store catalogs I haven’t seen a bowling alley yet. So unfortunately I do not have an answer for you. If I find out I will let you know.

  3. Jim Meacham

    How tall are the bowling pins?

  4. Bill Mucica

    So…I have the original game, with balls and pins, but not the launcher. That has been lost. Do you have any information on what that would look (dimensions, etc.) like so I can fabricate one? I’m guessing it was about 20 inches long with a 3/4 inch channel and some sort of angle (30-45 degree) taken off the lower end.

    • Hello Bill,
      Do you know the model number or the length? These came in several different sizes. I don’t know what the size or angle would be but I can send you a catalog snapshot and you can estimate from there.
      Derrick

      • Bill Mucica

        Hello.
        Thanks for getting back. The inside is 65 1/2; the full length is 66 1/4. The candlepins are 3 1/4, the ball bearings 3/4-inch. I’ve been restoring it, as it’s a family heirloom. The model number is nowhere to be found.

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