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.
The photography i by Philip Wayre and shows animals in their environment. The animals are beautifully photographed at the Norfolk Wild Life Park at Great Witchingham The game is a form of pelmanism based of matching cards.
Wild Life - Complete - cards/rules/box very good - later edition oof the game
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
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 Smugglers 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
Another of the series of 'Woodland' Games produced from the early 50s onwards - this is a late version made by Gibson Games Pepys - made 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