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<B>c1889 Pigs in Clover - Dexerity 1889
c1889 Pigs in Clover - Dexerity
Stock #: MIS337
Our Price:  £200.00
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Pigs in Clover
In early 1889 Crandall invented a new game that swept the country (USA) simply called "Pigs in Clover". This was among the first or at least the most popular ball-in-a-maze puzzle in America. This is dated 1889 version.

Pigs in Clover - Condition - Condition is very good - some foxing but no damage. Diameter approx 7.5 inches

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.

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