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VICTORIAN, ANTIQUE SPADE SHAPED CRIBBAGE BOARD WITH SILVER DECORATION
This novelty VICTORIAN CRIBBAGE BOARD IN THE SHAPE OF A SPADE (suit of cards) has the English silver hallmark for Birmingham 1898. The mark is on the silver mounted on the stalk of the spade where the four peg holes have been placed to hold the pegs whilst play is in progress. Visible in the last picture
Unusually the Anchor mark is on its side rather than vertical. There seems to be some de...
UNUSUAL ,LATE 19TH CENTURY BRASS POLITICAL LEADERS CRIBBAGE PEGS
A very unusual set of four brass cribbage pegs which all have a different male faces which surmount each peg.
They look to be turn of the 19th/20th century political figures. The man with a beard resembling Karl Marx perhaps. The chap on the right looks like the German Kaiser from WW1. As to the other two, well perhaps those, 'in-the-know' could elucidate.
Nice detailing. The longest peg...
CRIBBAGE SELECTION - 1880 - 1910
Various quality Cribbage scoring boards.
A Mauchlin ware board with the image of Alexandra Palace to the front with brass pegs which live in the brass swing-lidded holes to either end.
Two boxes: One with Sedili work to the lif-off lid, the other, hinged so that it opens out flat as a board (wooden slide compartment holding pegs to one end). Advantage to these is that they can accommoda...