Allied Leisure - "Name of the Game" (model A-100), donated by Bruce Benedict, USA - L Atari - Super Pong IV Tele-Games - Serial # 660774 including 4 controllers Atari 2600 - Telegames #50 - Sears module: Pong, Hockey, Socker, Volley- & Basket Ball Bentley Compu-Vision - "Last Pong Console", 1983 - PreOwner: John M. Siefer III, USA Binatone - Grandstar - module based console from UK inculding 2 modules, boxed Decca - TV Game - in original box - also by Sovereign as Supersports TV Game sold in UK Exclusiv - TVG-409-8/8 - 1977, unused, boxed, manual (German) Hanimex - TVG 070 C - 1976 - modules compatible to HGS - Telesport-4 - L Harvard - Mini Color TV Game H-5 AY-3-8500 1978 (US) - also ZEON TV Colour Game T-800C and by ABN Bank (Netherlands) as promotion gift called TV Spel HGS - Telesport - 4 - compatible to Hanimex TVG 070 C Ingersoll XK1010 Battle Commando Console - rare module base console from UK Interton Video 2000, 1975, Supert Tennis, Attacke, Sparring, Badminton Interton Video 3000, 6 games plus the mysterious 7th game "Handicap", boxed, manual (d) Interstate (UK) - also sold as SPORTRON (white case) in France MBO - Tele-ball VII - boxed, including light gun - also in original box MBO - Tele-ball IX- including Tennis, Target, Gridball, Handball, Soccer, Hockey National Semiconductor Adversary - Donated by Matt Hill, USA - L - L - L Société Occitane - OC5000 CONSOLE - 1977 by Design Studio 2, Toulouse, France Palladium - Tele Cassette Game - rare module based console inculding 2 modules Palladium - Tele Multiplay S - model 825/395, Magnavox licensed Palladium - Telematch 4000 - in original box Philips - Las Vegas - model EB 7601 - construction kit including manual (german), boxed Philips - Tele-spiel FS 2201 - 1975, this console uses game cartridges - L Philips - VideoJeu N20 - sold in France, also sold by Radiola and Schneider as Telelude (France) Poppy - TVG4 - 1977, boxed with external controllers, cartonage inlay R10 - spare "Pong in a Chip" board including AY-2-8500 chip, 1977, Taiwan Ricochet - Model MT1A - 1977 by Microelectronic Systems Corp., USA - Serial: 011395 - L SHG - Blackpoint FS 1003, also sold as Radofin Tele-Sports III - L - L - d - L (modules) Sportel TV - early Pong console sold in UK, boxed with styrophoam Sportstron - Coca-Cola edition (Japan import, 1978) Limited Edition, never sold Sonnesta - Hide Away TV Game - 1977, also by Eaca as Hide-Away TV Game in USA Tandy - TV Scoreboard - 1977, also sold as Universum Color Multispiel 4106 Teleng Telestars TV Games - sold in UK with original packaging and cardboard sleeve Telespiel - TV-4SW - tiny German console including manual (german), boxed Triton - Handheld TV Game build in UK including manual (e), boxed Ultrasound - Tele Sports - 1976, with controllers, also sold by Radofin as tele-sports Unimex - Mark IX - module based console inculding 2 modules, manual and gun Universum - Multi-Spiel - 1975/6, "Zanussi - Pong-O Tronic" design, controllers - L - L
Universum - TV Spiel 1004 - 1977 - boxed, manual (g) - also Apollo 2001 by Enterprex Universum - Model 2006 Multispiel - 1977, boxed (two in archive, one defect) Universum - Model 4006 Multispiel - 1977, boxed Videomaster - Colourshot - Model VMV2 including PSU (18V 170MA DC) and controllers Videomaster - Rally Home TV Game VM4 MK1 Analog (CMOS) 1975, schematic - L Videomaster - Strika 2 Home T.V. Game - 1977 model VMV8, AY-3-8500 chip, boxed - L Zanussi Seleco - Ping-O-Tronic - 1976 analog - prev.owner: Thomas Dörpinghaus
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