Mahogany Faro table by Will & Finck of San Francisco California ca. 1860-1930's included owner information states that is was used in the first movie of Wyatt Earp with Henry Fonda - marked #582 Will & Finch on the top of the left leg along with a brass metal plate on the same leg - there are 2 drawers on either side of the dealer slot - large turned pedestal legs with claw feet - 70.5" l x 41" w x 31.5" h - the top lifts off for disassembling & the legs bolt on (replacement bolts) - also included is a George Mason & Co. Denver Colo. faro cue keeper (1 wood bead is missing) & reproduction deck of faro cards by Parnell Publishing Co (ace of spades missing). Faro is a late 17th-century French gambling card game. The game of faro is played with only one deck of cards and admits any number of players. Wildly popular in North America during the 1800s, faro was eventually overtaken by poker as the preferred card game of gamblers in the early 1900s.