Vintage Milton Bradley board games: The Game of Life / Square Mile
The Game of Life: Art Linkletter family game revolves around Wheel of Fate. Each player starts with a car and $2000, tries to make a million.
Square Mile: Exciting new land-development game. You buy, develop, wheel and deal — make or lose a fortune — in this family fun game.
Classic games: Go to the Head of the Class / Rack-o
Vintage Milton Bradley board games: Pirate and Traveler / Game of the States
Candy Land / Uncle Wiggily
Easy Money / Chutes & Ladders
Easy Money: Spirited play at building a real estate empire intrigues all ages as they compete for control of buisiness, airline, hotel.
Chutes & Ladders: A delight to small fry who play with up-you-go, down-you-go game. No reading.
Vintage Milton Bradley board games: Alfred Hitchcock’s Why / Concentration
Board games from the ’50s: Stratego / Park and Shop
Summit / Battle Cry / Broadside
Summit (Adult): New international relations game of top-level global planning. An adult approach to the cold war strategy. Exciting action, tense decisions.
Battle Cry & Broadside: Games based on authentic strategies of Civil War and Naval battles of 1812. American Heritage outline history books included.
Let’s Face It game from Hassenfeld Bros
Vintage Little Noddy’s Taxi Game
Two for the Money TV quiz game
Dragnet Badge 714 game
Vintage Going to Jerusalem board game from 1956
An old Razzle Dazzle Football Game – Texantics
Innovation Whirly-Bird game
Vintage fifties Keyword Crossword Game – Parker Brothers
Classic Parker Brothers – Sorry
Vintage ’50s board games: Clue from Parker Bros
Go to the Head of the Class – 1955
Vintage version of Monopoly from Parker Bros
1950s Campbell Kids Shopping board game
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Shaper plastic games: Cootie, Stadium Checkers, Mill, Squares, Skunk (1954)
Milton Bradley Games make FUN a family affair! (1950)
“Go-To-The-Head-Of-The-Class” keeps the whole family entertained evening after evening — gives youngsters the big thrill of “stumping” their elders. A sure hit with everyone 10 and over.
Yes, it’s easy to have your whole family looking forward eagerly to evenings at home together — and just as easy to give guests the kind of evening that makes your home the first choice for fun at its best! Modern, fast-moving games exclusive with Milton Bradley are the secret — games that ought to go on your Christmas shopping list right now — at prices from $1.00 to $2.50!
Dozens of games of every kind — action games — “talking” games — games of chance, bear the famous trademark of Milton Bradley, America’s pioneer in games. Every one is a top fun-maker in its class – and they’re ready for you now at your favorite toy, department or variety store. Remember, you’re sure of the best in fun wherever you see this Milton Bradley emblem.
These modern games set a lively pace
Lobby: Here’s top-level Washington at its hilarious best — a sure hit with everyone old enough to read a newspaper.
Easy Money: Teenagers and adults alike get an extra thrill when good judgment parlays a lucky chance into a substantial fortune with “Easy Money.”
Uncle Wiggily: Youngsters from 5 to 10 take a never-failing delight in following the adventures of “Uncle Wiggily” according to the simple directions.
Game of the States: It’s fun for 8 to 15-year-olds to deliver the goods and sell them for profit from coast to coast in competition with friends in the exciting “Game of the States.”
Vintage board games from the ’50s: Fun for every age (1953)
The right game for the right age from the Milton Bradley Workshop
Milton Bradley games are F U N (1951)
They appeal to all age groups — little folks, teen-agers, and mother and dad.
Popular vintage Milton Bradley board games from 1959
A fun-and-learning game for every name on your Christmas list — and look — to make it easy for you to choose the right ones — every Milton Bradley game is AGE IDENTIFIED.
You don’t know what to give… ? Shop this page, and you’ll find a gift of fun – a Milton Bradley game – for every name on your Christmas list. Young and old! You’ll find it easy to choose the right ones, too. Every Milton Bradley game is age-identified: you can see just what age group it’s for, right on the cover. Make your selections now. Then page in hand, hustle down to your favorite store and start your gifts of fun and learning — your Milton Bradley games — on their merry, gift-wrapped way.
FOR THE LITTLE ONES ON YOUR LIST: CANDY LAND (4-8) — players travel along a rainbow-colored path. Nothing to read. Deluxe edition, $2.50. UNCLE WIGGILY (5-9) — youngsters have loved this game for generations. Deluxe edition, $2.50. CHUTES AND LADDERS (4-10) — children never the of its thrills and spills. No need to read. Deluxe edition, $2.00. REDSKIN FINGER PAINTS — America’s largest seller. $1.00 and $2.00.
FOR THE NOT-SO-LITTLE ONES: GAME OF THE STATES (7-14) — highly entertaining, teaches location of states and cities. $2.50. PIRATE AND TRAVELER (7-14) — educational globe-trotting plus thrill of the pirate chase. $2.00. PARK AND SHOP (7-adult) — hustle-bustle traffic game, contest to see who can park and finish shopping first. Lots of excitement for two to six players. $3.00.
ALL ‘ROUND FAMILY FUN. RACK-0 (10-adult) — completely different card game, fast and exciting. $2.00. GO TO THE HEAD OF THE CLASS (8-adult) — fascinating quiz game in classroom setting, includes 792 questions and answers. $3.00. EASY MONEY (7-adult) — fortunes are won and lost in this thrilling real estate game. Deluxe Edition $3.00. Standard Edition $2.00. Manufactured and distributed in Canada by Somerville, Ltd. Prices slightly higher in Western U.S.A and Canada.
Searching for 1950-1960 World Travel Board Game
I am looking for a board games in the 70;s, its a memermy games, can not thinnk of the name of it, can you help?
I’m trying to find the name of a board game we played, I remember it had a map & I believe Oslo was one of the places named on it.