Mother Goose’s Party, or Merry Game of Old Maid, McLoughlin Bros., Inc., USA, 1887.
Lovely Victorian family card game with illustrations by the famous humorous artist, cartoonist and illustrator Richard Doyle (1824-1883)
Roberts Brothers Ltd, Gloucester (Glevum Brand) ‘Old Maid’ card game, 1920s.
The ‘Space Age Game of Old Maid’ published by Russell Manufacturing Company, Leicester, Massachusetts, USA, c.1965.
Two different editions of “The Game of Old Maid” by the Chad Valley Games Co., c.1930s.
‘Old Maid’ card game manufactured by Milton Bradley Co., Springfield, Massachusetts, USA, c.1920s
This antique card game features English kings and queens from William the Conqueror to Queen Victoria, along with their spouses or consorts.
Spear’s “The Jolly Game of Old Maid” was introduced around 1900. The cards contain some interesting but harmless social stereotypes from the end of the Victorian era.
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.
Woodland Old Maid, a Pepys Card Game illustrated by Racey Helps, first published c.1957.