A collecting game based around pantomimes – collection is either a set from a pantomime – Panto card, Hero and Villian (although Dick Whittington does not have the V marked on the two villian cards!!!). The cards are small approx. 2.5 by 3.5 inches
Condition – Cards are good – light use only / rules good / box also good – no damage
Postage / As postage often changes it will be provided at time of purchase. Postage will be at cost rounded up to the nearest £1.00 to cover packaging.
This is a collecting game – unusually based on centuries rather than Ruling HousesArt work is good
Our Kings and Queens – Complete – cards and rules v good, clean little use, no box
Our Kings and Queens, Advertising Mazawattee Tea, Cocoa, Chocolate.
Kings and Queens From Wiiliam I to Edward VII (who reigned from 1901-1910)Condition – complete / cards good but have been used / Rules good / Original Sleeve – grubby and slightly split but rare to have survivedPostage / As postage often changes it will be provided at time of purchase. Postage will be at cost rounded up to the nearest £1.00 to cover packaging.
SPARX or Listening In- Very Early Radio Game
One of the earliest games with images that would have been the most advanced seen in a game at that time. The aim was to collect a set of cards that would have represented a broadcasting station
Sparx – Condition – Compete – Cards are well used and a litte grubby / Rules – photocopied / Box – worn at edges but complete with picture
A rare game made by C W Faulkner & Co.Described, in the rules, as “the most interesting game ever published, introducing the national emblems :-The Rose, The Shamrock, The Thistle andThe Standard and Ensigns of the United Kingdom”Quite difficult to follow as you need to be aware of the Orders and Symbols for each Country.
On the box lid the initials V.R.I.E.R.I. stand for Victoria Regina Imperatrix Edward Rex Imperator. This was the period towards the end of Queen Victoria’s reign when Prince Edward was appointed by her to represent his mother in an official capacity
Condition – Union Jack / Cards complete light use / Rules photocopy / Box – Hand made with a copy of the front of the box
Postage / As postage often changes it will be provided at time of purchase. Postage will be at cost rounded up to the nearest £1.00 to cover packaging.Union Jack card game featuring the national emblems, the standard and ensigns of the United Kingdom, published by C.W. Faulkner & Co., c.1897-1902.
One of a number of different misfit games made by Faulkner – this one called Golly.This was made with both 18 and 24 characters. This has 24 characters and seems to be much rarer.The aim of the game is to get rid of your cards by completing the pictures –
Golly – Complete – Cards very good – little use – no box – photocopy rules for a different Misfits (all played the same way) can be provided
This is a collecting gameThe aim is to getting sets of the same thingCards are all Black and White numbered with a “London Cry”eg “Scissors to Grind” but the cry is repeated to match the number on the card.
All the Winners – Complete – Cards/rules/box all very good
This game is a collecting gameand consists of calling out the four cards in a set, as soon as two are on view.
Described as causing unlimited boisterous amusement
Fee-fi-fo-fun – Complete – Cards/rules very good – light use – Box is complete but faded on the outside and the unusual centre piece where the cards are is split on two sides.
A party game that involves the participants wearing a tag with an animal’s name around their neck and making the appropriate animal sound when asked to.
The animal tags are changed frequently and poems are read with pauses filled by animal noises – for up to 12 players.,
c1920 Valentine’s Card Game – The Royal Lion – Condition – Complete with rules in very good condition
A story telling style game with blanks – the story is read aloud and when a blank is reaced the next person supplies the word from a card that they hold.This can make the story amusing.
Dr Quack – Condition / 30 cards – seems complete good condition / Original Rules – good / Box a little squashed
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The New Game of Logical Deduction for 3 to 6 players
with the aim of find the guilty personLots of interesting play features –Produce by G T Storey – Leeds
Krimo – Complete – cards / rules / good – light use / Box – damage to the padded top / mssing part of one side / scuffed.
This is a card game with a betting sheet and rules – Lovely cards with lots of interestMade by The Starson Co London
Speedihound – Complete – cards and sheet (with rules) – excellent – / box little scuffed and a little grubby.
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Radio Banker – The pack is divided into two sets of cards, one used by the Banker (16 cards with photograph of Marconi House London) representing a number of broadcasting stations, the other by the players (37 cards depicting various types of Marconiphones and names of UK cities) representing wireless receivers of varying power located at different distances from broadcasting stations.
The object of the game is for players to stake upon their chance of receiving the Broadcast Station turned up by the Banker .
Condition – Radio Banker – Complete / Cards – very good light use / Rules – photocopy / Box – inner section partly split on three sides – Outer box- split on one long side otherwise good and clean.
A Matching Game – each card is part of a person
The game consists of building up a complete picture of a 1930s film star. Each character is made up of 8 cards.
Uncommon game especially with rules and box.
Ginger Rogers, Fred Astaire, Freddie Bartholomew, Shirley Temple, Charlie Chaplin, Charles Laughton
Jigstar – Complete – cards and rules – very good / box little scuffed and repaired with tape.
This card game was published by Waddington and designed by G E Studdy of Bonzo fameA collecting game with interesting characters
Condition – Beaver – Complete – cards – good light use / rules – photocopy / box – two part telescopic – missing inner base – scuffed and slight splits to sides fair
By the Inventor of Lexicon.
A rummy style game – which forms 4 pictures of 12 cards – two part pictures are shown hereThere is a 12 page rule booklet – so not simple, and obviously with less appeal than Lexicon
Picture Rummy – Condition / Cards – complete – in very good condition / Original Rule booklet – very good / Box – scuffed the edges.
This game is a collecting game base on Nursery Rhymes and features three special cards:”One little Nigger Boy”, “Two little Nigger Boys”, “ Three little Nigger Boys”and Three “Uncle cards”
Bob’s Yr Uncle – Complete – Cards / box / rules mint
A collecting game consisting of 12 sets of four cards which show different national costumes
All Nations – Complete – Cards good light use / box top has separate from box – / rules sheet good. Stock picture – this one in yellow box
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