Popular vintage board games from the ’40s

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Popular vintage board games from the ’40s

Rich Uncle

We strongly recommend this exciting, quick action, fast playing, new game. It is excellent. Rich Uncle Pennybags who owns most of the town, and the “Daily Bugle” plays a startling and most novel part in this unusual game. Price $3.00

Vintage board games from 1946 - Rich Uncle

Egyptian game Senet

A new revelation. The most popular game of 4000 years ago, interpreted by Parker Brothers from ancient Egyptian sources in collaboration with the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Price $3.00

Vintage board games from 1946 - Senet


Monopoly

Most popular of the world’s great standard games. Best seller of “best sellers.” Sets at $2 and upwards.

  • Camelot – Best modern board game of skill. Gray-box set $1.50. Pictorial board set $2; with ivoroid men $5 and $7.50.
  • Rook – America’s widely loved card game. .75
  • Children’s Hour (NEW) – Box contains three jolly, fun-making games. $2.00
  • Finance – Fast action trading game. $1.50
  • Pigskin – Captain Tom Hamilton’s own game. Football at its best. $3.50
  • Dig – Letter game played with “magic picks.” $1.50
  • Flinch – Popular everywhere. 150 cards. $1.00
  • Sorry – A great board game. Surprise moves and unusual action. $2.00

Vintage board games from 1941 - Monopoly


Vintage board games from 1947 – Walt Disney Uncle Remus game

Vintage board games from 1947 - Walt Disney Uncle Remus game


Sorry

Vintage board games from 1947 - Sorry

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Crow Hunt

 

1947 board games - Crow Hunt


CamelotCamelot - 1944 board games


Cam (quick-playing form of the Camelot game)

Cam - 1949 Board games


Vintage board games from 1941 – US Service games

Vintage board games from 1941 - US Service games


Dig

Vintage board games from 1941 - Dig


Bonanza
Vintage board games from 1941 - Bonanza


Contack

Vintage board games from 1940 - Contack


Make-A-Million

A sensational Card Game. The Object is to Capture Count Cards totaling a Million. Havoc is raised by the adroit use of the Exciting Bull and Bear cards. You will like it. Price 75 cents.

 

Vintage board games from 1947 - Make-A-Million


Vintage board games from 1940 – Citadel

Vintage board games from 1940 - Citadel


Circle Gammon

Vintage board games from 1940 - Circle Gammon


Vintage board games from 1949 – Tiddledy Winks Tennis
Vintage board games from 1949 - Tiddledy Winks Tennis


Ro-Nock-O

Vintage board games from 1949 - Ro-Nock-O


Lobby

Vintage board games from 1949 - Lobby


Expanse

Vintage board games from 1949 - Expanse

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  1. I’m looking for a game that was put out by Parker Brothers in the 1930’s or 1940’s called Boom or Bust. I have looked every where and can’t find it. My husband played the game as a child at his grandmothers house and would love to have it. Do you know where I can maybe get it.

    Thank You, Annette

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