© 1912 · Salem, MA
An early example of a game issued (apparently unauthorized) with an eye to a "market" among Boy Scouts of America, the organization having been founded in 1908 and brought to the United States in 1910, only two years before this game was produced.
This => complete set in its => cardboard box with multicolored paper label contains 50 cards in five different-colored groups or suits representing the owl, curlew, wolf, bull, and lion patrols. Players compete to use up all their cards in a game similar to dominoes, and different options are outlined in => the rule book still present for how many points are required to win the game, making this an excellent choice for a camping trip. Two-part maroon cardboard box with multicolored label on lid as above, rubbed yet bright; unobtrusively split at a seam with container still solid. Playing cards with light soiling/rubbing only and a few creases; instruction pamphlet nearly split across at horizontal fold with no loss of text. => Perfect for an aficionado of games or scouting. (Inventory #: 36292)