Original Board (September 4, 1972, #0011D-September 29, 1986, #6201D)
First look of the board but without the title and blank cards. This is from September 4, 1972 (#0011D).
Notice the words "Piggy Bank" in place of a picture.
First look of the board but without the title and with a picture of the piggy bank. This is from September 15, 1972 (#0025D), and is featured on Disc 2 of the DVD set.
This is the first-ever perfect Any Number win!
Here's a perfect playing from January 22, 1973 (#0123D).
Second look of the old board with title added.
Here's a perfect playing from the first permanent hour-long show on November 3, 1975 (#1661D), and featured on Disc 3 of the DVD set.
Third look of the old board from 1985.
First Oval Board (August 21, 1986, #001P-April 16, 2010, #5125K, aired out of order on April 12)
The more remembered golden oval board. (Five-Digit Mode) With Right aligned text.
The more remembered golden oval board. (Four-Digit Mode)
The more remembered golden oval board. (Five-Digit Mode)
This is the first time Any Number was played perfectly offering cars over $10,000 from September 23, 1994 (#9275D).
Here, Bob Barker is pointing to the missing slot which exposed to show a "0"...
...which happened on November 19, 1998 (#0904K). This is the second time a perfect playing has happened since Any Number became a permanent five-digit game.
Second Oval Board (April 26, 2010, #5141K-Present)
The current silver oval board. Note the available digits at the top of the board; each is crossed off as the contestant makes his/her choices. In addition, the "CAR" label no longer slides, as from here on out, there are no longer any cars priced less than $10,000.
Here's a perfect playing from January 4, 2011 (#5382K, aired out of order on November 16, 2010). This is the first time it has happened since Any Number updated its board.
The picture below shows the game on its premiere, with Connie!
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