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Wednesday, September 22, 2010



No doubt it is vintage. In all my days, I never saw that game. What a good find and still in playing condition. You furnished a good history on it as well.

Brandy@Crafty Housewife

I saw your link at VTT, I love the card game you have! It's very unique and such a neat history to go along with it!


Your game is very interesting. I wouldn't be able to resist it either. I never heard of any of those games before.

Janet Smart

those are so neat! I love the illustrations on the cards.


I would have bought these cards too. I love the graphics and humor, just adorable;-)


Wow, what a great game. I have never seen anything like this before! I love that VTT does provide an outlet to learn something new all the time! That is so fun!! Have a great VTT!

Ann Creek

This is definately a rare find. I would love to own this too, and the price has got to be worth what you had to pay. The illustrations are so unique, just love the characters in the families. Such a fantastic buy.
Happy VTT

Maureen @ The Green Suitcase

Wow - cool cards. Both the graphics and captions are really comical.


What wonderful old cards. And the info about the cards that were distributed during the war is fascinating! I have a few sets of vintage children's cards, and will have to post about those one of these weeks.


I have seen tons of vintage games and this is a new one. Lucky find and very interesting. Your tidbit was very interesting info about the game of Monopoly.

Hugs, Jeanne

Genie Robinson

Anna...I have never seen a vintage game like this. Trust me, I would have bought it no matter what they wanted for it because of the illustrations. They are wonderful. Also, thanks for doing the research and sharing all of the info on the company, illustrator, and the game itself. This is a super-duper post. I loved it.

Thanks for visiting my Buttons for Baga and commenting on my little perfume bottle. I hope you will come back again. This old gal absolutely loves her visitors and loves to visit their blogs.


Tallulah's Antique Closet

I luv the art work on the cards. And also thank You for your visit today....Julian


Great game. And thanks for all the research you did on it. Very interesting!

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