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THE LUCKY (HORSE) RACE GAME C.1920s FOLDING TINPLATE BOARD GAME
A good example of this folding tinplate horse-racing board game by Burnett of Birmingham, England, called The Lucky Race Game. Beautiful, detailed, colourful images of the course, jockeys etc.,
The same principle of play is as for all the games such as Steeple Chase, The Race, etc. Throw of a dice decrees how quickly the horse playing pieces progress around the board where they experience fen...
£12 Set of Five
1960S CHAD VALLEY METAL ESCALADO HORSES & JOCKEYS
Pictured here are two each of five colourways of the painted metal horses and jockeys produced for Chad Valley's game of Escalado. No doubt they were outsourced to Britains who put Chad Valley's stamp to the underside of each horse.
Beware buying the 1990s green-boxed versions of Escalado. So often we get contacted after a disappointing Christmas where the light plastic horses fall over and t...
INTERNATIONAL FOOTBALL WHIST CARD/BOARD GAME BY PEPYS 1947
International Football Whist was produced by the English manufacturer Pepys in 1947 just after the end of the Second World War.
it is a game consisting of 44 cards, divided into 4 teams,; England, Ireland, Scotland & Wales, a pitch which is a fold out cloth/paper board - see photograph, and a ball. The ball is a coloured metal disc imprinted with the stitch marks for a football of that period....
PENALTY - VINTAGE FOOTBALL CARD/BOARD GAME BY PEPYS 1960
An excellent example of PENALTY by Pepys. This football card game had three slightly different boxes. This is the third which says "New Improved Edition".
Consisting of a folding paper football pitch, 52 cards, a wooden football marker and the original rule book the game for play with 2-6 players. N.B.` This example still has its original wooden football marker, unlike many which have a sub...
STUMPZ CRICKET GAME BY DE LA RUE - 1930s CRICKET BOARD GAME
STUMPZ is a cricket board game made by Thomas de la Rue in the 1930s.
The game was designed to be a recreation of text match cricket between the old rivals, England and Australia.
Played with a fold-out cloth/paper pitch, 11 wooden pawns for the fielders, a Bowler's card pack, the Batsman's card pack, a score board, Break Indicator dial and the original rules booklet. All present, and corre...
GOAL! CARD GAME BY PEPYS, 2ND EDITION
Second Edition of 'Goal! ' football card game by Pepys, the first edition being published in 1947. This example has cards and rule book in excellent condition with box very good....