American Shuffleboard History

American Shuffleboard was a New Jersey company which produced quality shuffleboard tables.  In its prime during the 1940s-6os they became the best selling shuffleboard table at a time shuffleboard became popular after WWII.

In the ’30s, Sol Lipkin started his long career in shuffleboard as a salesperson for the National Shuffleboard Company, then became a representative for the American Shuffleboard Company in New Jersey. Competition between the shuffleboard manufacturers (National, American, Modern, Rock-Ola,  Valley, etc.) was intense and many believe Sol established American Boards as the industry standard

American Shuffleboard no longer exists today having ending operations in the late 1990s.

American scoreboard


American Shuffleboard Company