Alice in Wonderland “Snap” 1 penny game from 1920s or 30s, made in Germany, anonymous manufacturer.
The full set of this 'Snap' card game is believed to have 9 characters in sets of four, making a total of 36 cards
Animal Snap published by Pepys Games, c.1960.
Anonymous “Snap” game from the late 19th century
The game of “Birds, Beasts and Fishes” published by Multum in Parvo Ltd, from 1896
Blue Brand Snap Up published by Van den Berghs probably late 1920s.
Bluffing published by C.W. Faulkner & Co, c.1896.
C.W.F Snap, c.1902.
C.W.S. ‘Game of Snap’ advertising household products, Manchester (UK), 1930s.
Chad Valley ‘Sporting Snap’ card game designed by Max Pollock c.1895
Circus Snap published by Pepys Games, c.1954.
Cow & Gate ‘Snap’ featuring Cow & Gate Baby Milk Food, 1935.
The C.W.S. Printing Works at Longsight, Manchester, was the Co-operative Wholesale Society's printing division, set up to print labels and packaging for their range of products.
Dickens Snap, c.1890.
Donald’s Circular Snap published by Pepys, 1951.
Electric Snap by the South Wales Electricity Board, 1950s.
Fairy Snap by Norvic Mill, c.1920s.
“Fairyland Snap” designed by A. E. Kennedy and published by C. W. Faulkner & Co., c.1930
“Farmyard Snap” designed by A. E. Kennedy and published by C. W. Faulkner & Co., c.1930
Chad Valley’s “Forest Echoes Zoological Snap” from before the First World War depicts superb illustrations of animals and their associated calls
Funny Snap one penny game designed in England, printed in Bavaria, c.1920.
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.
“Little Jack Horner” Snap made by Thomas De la Rue & Co Ltd, c.1890
Jeu du Moulin by Watilliaux, Paris.
Jolly Jack Tar Snap made in England, 1920s.
Kay Snap Children's Card Game, made in England, 1930s.
“Moods & Faces” round game by Thos de la Rue & Co Ltd,. c.1900
Musical Snap by C.W. Faulkner & Co., c.1900.
Chad Valley ‘Nursery Rhyme Snap’ 1950, depicting ten popular nursery rhymes
The screamingly funny “Oh I Say!” Snap game, c.1920.
‘Old Fashioned Snap’ created by Rex Pitts, 2016
Oliver Twist Series Snap card game manufactured by A. Collier, London, c.1890
One Penny Card Games, 1920s.
Card games produced in Germany by Oppenheimer und Sulzbacher.
“Our Pets Snap” designed by A. E. Kennedy for Faulkner & Co., c.1930s
Clifford Series “Pantomime Snap”
Chad Valley “Prudence Kitten Snap” card game designed by Annette Mills, 1950
“Silly Symphonies” or “Mickey Mouse Snap” manufactured by Chad Valley Co. Ltd, 1930s
Sister Susie Snap published by Valentine & Sons Ltd, c.1915.
Spear’s “Snap” card game from the 1920s.
Snap, the Old Original Game, has captured the imaginations of children for over a century!
Snap card game published in UK by Globe (Oppenheimer und Sulzbacher), late 19th century.
An anonymous Snap game purporting to be “British Make”, 1930s.
Chad Valley ‘Snap’ card game designed by Linda Edgerton, 1925
Chad Valley ‘Pantomime Snap’ card game, 1930
‘Cries of London Snap’ by Woolley & Co Ltd, c.1905 with cheerful figures of street vendors.
Clifford Series Snap Cards, c.1950
Decimal Snap created by Eric Wagstaff, published by Michael Stanfield Holdings, London 1968
Chad Valley Special Edition ‘Snap’ card game, 1912
Another late Victorian family card game by Thomas de la Rue & Co Ltd, c.1895 with beautifully illustrated period characters.