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Kum-Bak Sports, Toys & Games

Kum-Bak letterhead from the mid 1930s

Kum-Bak card games include: “Jack of all Trades”, “Market” or “Covent Garden”, “Run-It-Out” or “Card Cricket”, “Non-Revoke” playing cards and a Kum–Bak edition of “Kargo”. There was also a Games Compendium. Their card games were acquired by Pepys in the late 1930s but the company continued producing indoor and outdoor games, such as “Kum-Bak” which was a ball on a long piece of elastic attached to a post driven into the ground which you hit with a bat alternately with a partner.


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mail shot flyer from Kum-Bak in the mid 1930s

Above: a mail shot advertising flyer from Kum-Bak in the mid 1930s before their card games were acquired by Pepys in around 1938-9. The accompanying order form is shown to right. All images courtesy Rex Pitts.

Kum-Bak address label from the mid 1920s

Playing Cards

Non-Revoke Playing Cards manufactured by Universal Playing Card Co Ltd for Kum-Bak Sports, Toys & Games, c.1930
order form from Kum-Bak in the mid 1930s

Games

“Market” or “Covent Garden” game published by Kum-Bak in the 1930s Kum-Bak address label c.1930
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