Oliver Twist Series Snap card game manufactured by A. Collier, London, c.1890
“Little Jack Horner” Snap made by Thomas De la Rue & Co Ltd, c.1900
“Our Pets Snap” designed by A. E. Kennedy for Faulkner & Co., c.1930s
“Farmyard Snap” designed by A. E. Kennedy and published by C. W. Faulkner & Co., c.1930
“Three Bears Snap” was designed by A. E. Kennedy and published by C. W. Faulkner & Co., c.1930s
“Fairyland Snap” designed by A. E. Kennedy and published by C. W. Faulkner & Co., c.1930
Snap, the Old Original Game, has captured the imaginations of children for over a century!
The full set of this 'Snap' card game is believed to have 9 characters in sets of four, making a total of 36 cards: Mr Globe-trotter; Mr Feeble; A master-singer; Mr Boxwell; Mr Head-ball; Mr Rooster; Mr Tail-a-whip; Mr Valentine and Touch-me-not.
A series of card games for children published by Tower Press during the 1950s which evoke the optimism and love of fun of that era.
Decimal Snap created by Eric Wagstaff, published by Michael Stanfield Holdings, London 1968
Hee Trading Co., Malaysia, manufacture board games, jig-saw puzzles, chess sets, games compendiums as well as card games such as Happy Families, Donkey and Snap.
Kay Snap Children's Card Game, made in England, 1930s. Nine sets of four identical cards showing common trades of the era, all male and wearing their traditional garb, including the Coalman, the Butcher, the Milkman, the Draper and the Policeman.