Silversnow Antiques and More
Welcome to the Silversnow! Here you will find wonderful items: books of all kinds, antique and vintage dolls, vintage textiles, ephemera, china, glass, vintage games, vintage sewing notions, smalls, collectables and much more. So grab a cup of coffee, relax and enjoy the treasures of the Silversnow.
Framed Vintage Graphic Game Board ~ GOOSES WILD 1966
Title: Framed Vintage Graphic Game Board ~ GOOSES WILD 1966, Price: $340 USD SALE, Category: Antiques & Collectibles, Shop: Childhood Antiques, Description: FRAMED EARLY ORIGINAL GAME BOARD GOOSES WILD CO-6 Company ~ Game Specialists Benton Harbor, Michigan USA 1966 This original game board is framed in a new black matte frame measuring 19 3/4 x 19 3/4
The Ranks to Field Marshall (1914-1918)
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Folk Art Painted American Game Board - Apr 26, 2017 | Schwenke Auctioneers in CT
Folk Art painted American game board, double sided, Parcheesi board with checkerboard verso. Considerable losses to p... on Apr 26, 2017
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hicockalorum: “ The Game of the Sociable Snake c. 1890 McLoughlin Brothers New York, New York Collection of The Strong, Rochester, NY 107.3641 SFO Musuem: Let’s Play! 100 Years of Board Games ”
German children played with 'Bombers over England' boardgames during WWII
During the dark days of the Second World War, British children passed the time with marbles, hopscotch, tiddlywinks and, for a lucky few, a Monopoly set. But over in Germany, the amusements were far less innocent with German children playing at bombing us
1957 FRYS CHOCOLATE CANDY BOX 1950s OUTER SPACE ROCKET RACE GAME vintage illustration graphics
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Monopoly: How the Original Game Was Made to Condemn Monopolies & the Abuses of Capitalism
The great capitalist game of Monopoly was first marketed by Parker Brothers back in February 1935, right in the middle of the Great Depression. Even during hard times, Americans could still imagine amassing a fortune and securing a monopoly on the real estate market.