The 'Bottoms Up' card is fascinating for a couple reasons. First, it purports to show the patron holding a small ELEPHANT upside down. But if
you look closely it's not the Mold-A-Rama small ELEPHANT at all, but rather a J.H.MILLER Mfg. Co. elephant! But the J.H. Miller elephant's didn't have a base. The pictured elephant must have been a figure made during the prototype period when
J.H. "tike" Miller was living in Los Angeles and helping Mold-A-Rama,
Inc. develop his invention into a commercial coinop machine. To the right is a JH MILLER elephant in a similar position to the one pictured in the 'Bottoms Up' card.
The comparison below shows the 1962 Mold-A-Rama small ELEPHANT (below
left) and the late 1950s J.H.MILLER small elephant from the J.H. Miller
Mfg. Co. (right).