The founder of Ariel Productions, Philip Marx, was a prolific publisher of children’s books and comics towards the end of and just after the Second World War.
One Penny Card Games, 1900-1910, mostly anonymous 'Snap' games and made in Germany.
Snap by Multum in Parvo Co. Ltd. illustrating common occupations of the day, late 19th century.
The game of “Birds, Beasts and Fishes” published by Multum in Parvo Ltd, from 1896
‘Cries of London Snap’ by Woolley & Co Ltd, c.1905 with cheerful figures of street vendors.
Another late Victorian family card game by Thomas de la Rue & Co Ltd, c.1895 with beautifully illustrated period characters.
“Silly Symphonies” or “Mickey Mouse Snap” manufactured by Chad Valley Co. Ltd, 1930s.
Chad Valley’s “Forest Echoes Zoological Snap” from before the First World War depicts superb illustrations of animals and their associated calls.
Chad Valley ‘Sporting Snap’ card game designed by Max Pollock c.1895.
Alice in Wonderland “Snap” 1 penny game from 1920s or 30s, made in Germany, anonymous manufacturer.
“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.