I think I am also melancholy, by the fond memory of getting Rogers book as a gift from him in the 1978, I believe the year, at the NY Pinball Show. It was the unveiling of Sharpshooter, and the buzz over the game, and the glamour of a new surge in Cocktail pins. Anyway….worth twice its weight…this is a book that belongs in every collection….. ” – OldPinGuy
The true successor to the “Pinball” from Roger Sharpe and James Hamilton. Santiago’s pictures contain that little touch of exotism that will make this book a real classic.
Hey Jonathan. Just received my copy of Satiago Ciuffo’s book today that my parents ordered for my Birthday. I’m not even through the supplement and I honestly think it will take weeks to go through the actual book and try to digest every photograph included in this Beautiful book. It’s printed on heavy, gorgeous, gloss paper and could probably be used as a weapon in a pinch. 😉 Thank you so much for making this book available to the masses. I think it could be flipped to just about any page and each time you look at a photograph you will probably notice something new. Even the post cards included are suitable for framing!! Thanks a lot!
Reagan Dow (USA)
Love all these pictures! Everyone seems to be really excited for its contents and I’m pretty sure its packed with all its informative and beautiful pinball glory. Would definitely be interested in getting a copy.