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<B>1850 Edwards's New and Improved Endless Mosaic  Amusement 1850
1850 Edwards's New and Improved Endless Mosaic Amusement
Stock #: MISC343
Our Price:  £60.00
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Mosaic - Box and small wooden trangular pieces

Condition Lid is scratched and label is rubbed - there is interesting advertising on the inside of the lid / base is good and firm / contents c116 triangular pieces in different colours

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<B>c1850s Besieged Board Game 1850
c1850s Besieged Board Game
Stock #: MISC707
Our Price:  £95.00
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This consists of a hand colored attractive board, that doesn't fit in the box, a box with a board for Beseiged on the lid and a number of playing peices that may not be original, but came with the game.
Besieged - Condition - The seperate Board is clean, brught and appears hand colored / The board on the lid is grubby and scuffed / peices are quite a cheap style and some and knocked/broken / Rules of the game (photocopied) in German

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<B>c1860 - Bell and Hammer 1860
c1860 - Bell and Hammer
Stock #: Mis501
Our Price:  £85.00
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This version of this early game may be made by Carpenter (the backing paper of the cards is similar to backing paper used on his other games) The three Bell and Hammer cards all have small insert pictures on them with typical scenes
The eight dice are ivory (or possibly bone) appear to be original and in better condition than these dice usually are. A nice version of this game

Bell and Hammer / Cards are a little grubby but in good undamaged condition / Pieces - there are bone flat gaming pieces in the box / Rules - photocopy and also a hand written version / Box - repaired crack on the lid -otherwise good
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<B>c1880 - John Gilpin- 1880
c1880 - John Gilpin-
Stock #: MISC310
Our Price:  £275.00
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c1876 (patent date) Crandall's John Gilpin - An Illustration of a fine English Ballard Poetry reduced to Fact. - Toy ( "Improved Building Blocks") on Box
Consists of 3 wooden stands - some damage to the wooden strips on one block - John Gilpin and Horse have grooved feet and hands so they can walk / be pulled along on the grooves - a real child's toy.

Condition - Generally in good condition - all lightly scuffed through use - Horse has scuff marks and head has been repaired -- box scuffed / side grooves damaged / label complete but grubby

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<B>c1880 - A Board Game - A tour  around Germany 1880
c1880 - A Board Game - A tour around Germany
Stock #: MISC354
Our Price:  £225.00
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1870 / 1890 - An Early Board Game - A Tour Around Germany by Hiking,'Post, Coach, Train and River Steamships.
The board is very beautiful with vignettes of.villages and form of travel used

Condition - The board is very good condition. It folds into four, but is an unusual way. There is a slight bend by centre fold, and a small corner missing from right bottom..All visile in the picture
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<B>1880 - Ayers - The New Game of Invasion 1880
1880 - Ayers - The New Game of Invasion
Stock #: MISC75
Our Price:  £225.00
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The New Game of Invasion - Invented by Lieut Chamberlain RN - by FH Ayers
This Game is based on the idea that England have lost control of the channel and blocked entry to the Thames. The enemy has to sieze London. Interesting and different game


The New Game of Invasion - Condition - Board is paper and has been taped at the back to protect the folds - playing arer is good / There are a selection of bone counters that seem to be original and came with the game / Rules are original and very good / Box is a little scuffed and damaged at the edgesPostage / 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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<b>c1890 - Uncle Charley's Tusselfun, New Parlour Game 1890
c1890 - Uncle Charley's Tusselfun, New Parlour Game
Stock #: MISC312
Our Price:  £125.00
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1890s Uncle Charley's Tusselfun, New Parlour Game. Interesting game regarding two senturies guarding a prisoner and rules concerning movments on the steps.
Uncle Charley's Tusslefun was illustrated in the Army & Navy Stores Circular, December 1894, page 74, price 7d. ( thanks to Chris Lewin, author of War Games and their history, for this information)

Tusselfun / Condition - Board very good but one section faded as exposed to light / Playing pieces (two triangular wooden pieces with metal attachments, and six smaller wooden pieces) all good but we haven't trird to actually use the triangular pieces (used for flicking in some way) / Box lid split at corners and scuffed / Rules- good.
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<B>1890-1895 - Gallopea - Horse Racing Game by Globe Games 1890
1890-1895 - Gallopea - Horse Racing Game by Globe Games
Stock #: MISC411
Our Price:  £110.00
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This is an unusual and very pretty Horse Racing Board made by Globe Games. As with all their games the artwork is very good and slightly different. The picture shows the board with the original playing pieces lying on the board on the right hand centre portion.

Gallopea - Condition / The board is very good - no damage, very clean and bright / Horses - very good one missing a head otherwise just light paint damge / Spinner good - this should fit onto a metal shaft the fits through a hole in the board - it can be balanced to work but ideally the shaft should be soldered onto its base (all there) but we don't like to repair things as some people prefer them unrepaired / No rules but a photocopy of a Globe Games Advertsing Phamplet which shows the game
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<B>1891 - Mcloughlin Brothers - Race Round The World 1891
1891 - Mcloughlin Brothers - Race Round The World
Stock #: MIS500
Our Price:  £275.00
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This interesting and rare game was made just sfter Nellie Bly was travelling round the world trying to brake Phileas Fogg‘s record as told by Jules Verne. It was possibly designed as a race between the two ladies who racing each other in different directions.
Nellie Bly was already well known for her exposure of an asylum (10 Days in a Mad House). She was working for The World Newspaper who followed her progress.
At the same time, The New York Newspaper, Cosmopolitan, sponsored its own reporter, Elizabeth Bisland, to beat the time of both Phileas Fogg and Bly. Bisland would travel the opposite way around the world. To sustain interest in the story, The World organized a “Nellie Bly Guessing Match” in which readers were asked to estimate Bly’s arrival time to the second, with the Grand Prize consisting at first of (only) a free trip to Europe and, later on, spending money for the trip

As a result of rough weather on her Pacific crossing, she arrived in San Francisco on the White Star liner Oceanic on January 21, two days behind schedule. However, World owner Pulitzer chartered a private train to bring her home, and she arrived back in New Jersey on January 25, 1890, at 3:51 p.m. Critically, while in England, Bisland was told (and apparently believed) she had missed her intended ride, the swift German steamer Ems leaving from Southampton, even though her publisher had bribed the shipping company to delay its departure. She was thus forced to catch the slow-going Bothnia on January 18, departing from Queenstown (Cobh), Ireland, ensuring that Bly would prevail.

Bisland's ship did not arrive in New York until January 30, so she completed her trip in 76 1/2 days, also ahead of Fogg's fictional record..
The Board Game follows the route taken by Nellie Bly as far as we can see. through England, France (where she met Jules Verne in Amiens), Brindisi, the Suez Canal, Colombo (Ceylon), the Straits Settlements of Penang and Singapore, Hong Kong, and Japan

The strange thing is that the numbers start as 1 in London – but the rules that play can start from anywhere – Possibly not a good seller in the States so made more flexible to encourage interest from the UK

Race Around the World /Condition - Complete - Board Game with two dials - one removable that stores markers and rules - Book style board - cover is scuffed and has been repaired with tape on the back - playing area is a little grubby and scuffed at the edges and around the dials - original rules and period if not original markers

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<B>C 1891 - Reise die Schweiz - Voyage en Suisse - 1st edition
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C 1891 - Reise die Schweiz - Voyage en Suisse - 1st edition
Stock #: MISC222
Our Price:  £465.00
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Large very attractive board which folds out to shows Switzerland, with places to visit round the board
This seems to be an early edition of the game. The artwork and color is bright. The game is a standard type of race game


Voyage en Suisse - Condition - Board folded in 4 - some wear along the folded edge otherwise very good / cards 2 missing / dice 3 two sided (red/black) and 1 numbered 1-6. No playing pieces (but they appear to be colored rounds in this version of the game), also gold star and two round card borad discs / Rules - original worn / Box - rubbed at the edges / corners split but good 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 heavy box

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<B>c1895 A Bible Game for Sundays 1895
c1895 A Bible Game for Sundays
Stock #: MISC793
Our Price:  £295.00
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This is a folded paper board game, which contains "nearly a hundred pictures from The Old Testament".
Designed by Mary C Whitney of Tokio Japan and Anna Braithwaite of Baltimore USA

Condition - The board is mint no damage / Rule Booklet - 32 pages with questions for many of the circles on the sheet - very good / Original card slipcase - top flap split a little dusty but otherwise very good / Original card counters 1-8 - very good>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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<b>c1898 - Cock o' the North, made by FH Ayers and dedicated by permission to Piper Findlater V.C., who was the piper at the battle 1898
c1898 - Cock o' the North, made by FH Ayers and dedicated by permission to Piper Findlater V.C., who was the piper at the battle
Stock #: MIS755
Our Price:  £875.00
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In 1897 the 1st Battalion Gordon Highlanders was part of the Tirah Expedition to north west India to protect trade routes and suppress local, hostile tribes.
The Tirah Expeditionary Force amounted to no less than 32,882 officers and men, with a supplementary back-up of 19,558 cooks, medical officers, hospital staff and various trades persons. Blacksmiths and vets were also in attendance to oversee the welfare and treatment of the 8,000 horses, 1440 riding ponies, 18,384

Cock o' the North - Condition / board – good, clean, no damage, / playing pieces – all the gurkias have their weapons (with moveable pieces) in tact. The Highlanders consists of four actual highlanders and the piper (there is no mention in the rules of using the piper separately so it appears that he is the fifth highlander). One of the highlanders’ guns is missing.. Otherwise the pieces are in very good condition. Dies and shakers are good. Box is a little split at edges, picture is clear and good, rules are inside the lid

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