ANTIQUE CARD & TABLE GAMES

Card Games – Pepys – 1938 – 1970

1938 - Belisha - Pepys

A rummy type game with cards following a journey through England

Belshia – Condition – Cards complete in played with condition / original rules good / box good – padded front has a split about 1.5 cms wide

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.

REF: PEP175

£ 8

1939 - Shuffled Symphonies - Pepys

A game based on a mixture of early Disney characters
All mixed together – real treat for a Disney fan

Shuffled Symphonies – cards are red backed – Complete / cards – very good /Rules – original / Box – very good – complete no damage except one small side tab missing

REF: PEP050

£ 25

1940s - Gulliver Travels - Pepys

This game is based on the Paramount Cartoon Film produced by Max and Dave Fleischer
And tells the story of Gulliver – beautiful colored pictures

Gulliver’s Travels – Complete / Cards – very good – light use / Rules – good / Box – very good

REF:  PEP021

£ 25

1940 - The Wizard of Oz - Pepys

The game is a collecting game- based on th MGM film – collecting a set of cards that follow the story of the film

Wizard Of Oz – Condition – Cards / rules – excellent – no sign of use / box very good – no damage

REF: PEP171

£ 95

1945 - Speed - 2nd Edition - Pepys

This card game was to become one of the most popular card games.


In the 1940 and 1950s 15 Editions were produced (the last in 1988)
This early version has nice graphics of early transport

Speed Version 2 – Complete – cards – light use, no / rules good slightly creased / box good- small spilts at sides, top missing, slightly grubby

REF: PEP052

SOLD

 

 

1945 - Battle Royal. - Pepys

This game is set in a fictional area, but the surrounding places are well known from The War of The Roses. An interesting and different game, with an attractive board

Condition  – Battle Royal / board – very good – slight wear at fold / playing pieces all present / original rules / Box – base – good some wear at corners – top split at corners and repaired with tape some years ago

REF:  PEP700

£  45

1947 - Peter and The Wolf - Pepys

This  based on base on Walt Disney’s “Make Mine Music”

A Rummy type game – the idea is to get rid of your cards by putting down sets of cards

Peter and The Wolf – Condition / Cards – very good – little sign of use / Original Rule Booklet – slightly creased / Box / scuffed – small spilts at the top of the short sides, side tabs missing-

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.

REF:  MIS314

£ 15

1947- Mickey and the Beanstalk – Pepys

 This was based on Disney’s “Fun and Fancy Free”

The game consists of a card beanstalk and cards
The aim is to place the cards so that you “climb” the beanstalk,
Artwork from the film is wonderful and very colourful

Complete – Rules, cards and beanstalk are very good – box has some damage to one short side and a small part of trhat small side missing

REF: PEP030

SOLD

 

1949 - Express Version I - Pepys

The first version of this railway game, with the pull out stations. The aim is to collecting all components of the train

Express – Blue backed cards – Complete – cards very good / rules photocopy / box – good but scuffed / small tabs missing – small splits at sides

REF: MIS316

£ 18

c1950 - Just William - Pepys

Very pretty card game based on the books by Richard Crompton with illustrations Thomas Henry.

Just William – Condition / Cards – very good – little sign of use / Original Rule Booklet – slightly creased / Box / scuffed – small spilts at the top of the short sides, side tabs missing-

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.

REF: MIS319

£ 15

1950 - Contraband - Pepys

The now famous smuggling game where the aim is to smuggle various items through Customs comes with items cards and money

Contraband – Complete – cards very good / Rules – good / Box – light scuffing

REF: PEP008

£ 18

1950 - Wu-Pee Disney Card / Puzzle- Pepys

The idea of this game is to collect the nine pieces that make up a Disney characters
This can be done in various ways.
The pictures shown are the Disney characters
Goofy, Pluto, Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck 
which are displayed to help you form a complete Disney Character from the 9 pieces

Wu-Pee (Disney) Complete – cards very good / box good missing side tabs – photocopy of rules

REF: PEP066

£ 22

1949 - Menuette - Pepys

An unusual game with the aim of collecting a menu of food.
Complete menu consists of roll, soup, fish, entrée, 2 vegatables (1 must be potato), sweet or cheese, and a drink
The cards are (4 rolls, 7 soup, 5 vegatables, 4 potato, 5 fish, 9 main/meat / 8 desserts / 1 chesse / 7 drinks). With a head waiter and 2 waiter card plus a reference card.

Menuette – Blue Backs – Condition – Cards very good – light use – 54 cards / original rules foxed / box fair – missing top and side flaps and small part of both short sides.

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.

REF: PEP204

SOLD

 

 

1953 - Riders of the Range - Pepys

This is based on the strip cartoon found in the Eagle Comic and drawn by Jeff Arnold. It tells the story of these western characters with good artwork

Riders of the Range – Complete – cards – very good / rules -very good / box – poor missing top and sellotaped

REF: PEP043

£ 12

c1954- Flight- Pepys

The game of oversea travel.    The aim is to collect four different route to different places


Flight – Condition / Cards – near mint / Rule book – very good / Box – Excellent – just very lightly scuffed on fold-

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.

 

REF: MIS317

£ 16

1955 - Walt Disney - Peter and The Pirates - Pepys

Featuring J M Barrie’s Characters
this card game tell the story of the 1955 film Peter Pan
The cards are beautifully drawn and v colourful

Peter & The Pirates – Complete cards/rules good – box scuffed – lid separated

REF: PEP036

£ 18

1955 - Scouting - Pepys

The history and aims of scouting. 

This game show lots of scenes from scout trips
A collecting game beautifully colored

Scouting – Complete cards + rules mint – box very good – odd scuffs

REF:  PEP047

£ 22

1956 - Panto - Pepys

Another of Pepys’ economy series with only 32 cards,
where pairs of cards make-up pictures of pantomime characters,
drawn by Neville Main

Panto – Complete – cards /rules/ box all very good

REF: PEP032

£ 20

c1954 - Rally - Pepys

Sponsored by Sterling Moss, who was also a rally driver,
It is a race game based on the route to Monte Carlo.
Played with car picture as playing pieces and the usual high standard art work
A lovely race style game.

Rally – Condition – Cards / Rules – Very good / Box – Damage to base – inside section dividers weak – lid written on inside two spilt on short sides- Picture clean and bright

REF:  PEP042

£ 25

1957 - Woodland Old Maid - Pepys

Woodland Old Maid is a lovely version of this well-known game
There are three Owls who are Old Maids
The art work, by Racey Helps is, as usual, wonderful – The best of the Woodland Games

Woodland Old Maid – Cards – very good – little sign of use / Rules very good / Box – very good – no dmage

REF: PEP401

Sold 

 

1960 - Penalty - Pepys

 The world famous football game according to the box.

Penalty is a card game – which supply actions played with a football on a pitch – skill is involved in deciding which card to play.

Penalty  – Complete  / cards / pitch / football / rules all good some light use – box very light scuffing – inner cardboard separators missing

REF: PEP016

£ 18

1963 - Happy Families of the World -Pepys

Version 2 of this game it is  more up to date and redrawn version of the 1954 game – different countries feature

Happy Families – Condition / Cards – near mint / No rule book / Box – Excellent – no damage etc / scuffed – small spilts at the top of the short sides, side tabs missing-

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.

 

REF: MIS315

SOLD

 

1960 Jaques Original Happy Families - Pepys

This is a copy of the original Jaques Happy Families

produced c1851 prior to the Great Exhibition with some of the artwork by Tennniel.
Printed under license by Castell Brothers (Pepys)

Happy Families – Jaques – Complete – card/rule mint – box v good

REF: PEP026

£ 8

1960 Jaques Original Snap - Pepys

This is a copy of the original Jaques Snap produced c1850s
again some from the drawings byTenniel
Printed under license by Castell Brothers (Pepys)

Jaques Original Snap Complete – cards/rules mint – box v good

REF: PEP027

£ 8

1960 - Wimbledon - Pepys

This game has been devised by lawn tennis experts as the first ever realistic game lawn tennis card game.
“The scoring and object of the game are exactly the same as for a real game of tennis”
The above comes from the rules of the interesting game.

Wimbledon Complete – cards/rules/box very good

REF: PEP062

£ 25

1961 - Test Pilot - Pepys

Nice graphics – up to date – at the time

Test Pilot – Complete – cards and rules/very good -rules/good – box – very good – light scuffed at edges scuffed / base slightly split

REF: PEP400

£ 25

1965 - The Plane Game - Pepys

This game illustrates the planes in service c 1966
Lovely illustrations for those interested in the earlier period of flying.

The Plane Game – Complete – cards/rules very good – Box – Good – loight scuffing

REF: PEP040

£ 10

1969 - British Birds - Pepys

This game depicts 41 different types of British birds
(40 birds and 4 identical Owl cards).

There are sets of different birds and the idea is to collect sets.

Owl cards are used as stop cards –
Artwork is lovely

British Birds Complete – cards appear unused but one Owl card has some biro writing on the top left corner / rules very good – box – good – slight scuffed damage

REF: PEP005

£ 7

1974 - The Perishers - Pepys

The game features the characters from the TV cartoon series The Perishers.
7 different cards featuring each of Wellington, Grumpling, Marlon,
GB Calcutta and Maisie

The Perishers – Complete – cards/rules/box mint

REF: PEP034

£ 10

1978 - Enid Blyton Famous Five - Pepys

This is the second version
The cards have been redrawn in line with the TV series
and tell the stories of four the books
Five on a Treasure Island
Five go to Smuggler’s Top
Five go off in a Caravan
Five get into Trouble
The 8 adventure cards, laid out in the correct order, tell each story
There are also Danger and All Safe cards to add interest to the

Famous Five 2 Complete – cards – good / rules photocopy /box little scuffed

REF:  PEP014

£ 10

Woodland Snap with art work by Racey Helps

One of the series of ‘Woodland’ Games produced from the early 50s onwards

This is a late version made by Gibson Games Pepys – in the EEC


As usual wonderful art work together with a great understanding of animals
To play or use as decoration

Woodland Snap – Complete – cards/rules/box all mint

REF: PEP049

£ 15