Inspector

Inspector card game published by W F Jackson & Sons, 1940s. The idea of the game is to collect as much of a full set of clothing as possible before the inspector turns up. The ‘Remnant’ card is a sort of wild card. See the Rules

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Inspector card game published by W F Jackson & Sons, 1940s
Inspector card game published by W F Jackson & Sons, 1940s Inspector card game published by W F Jackson & Sons, 1940s Inspector card game published by W F Jackson & Sons, 1940s Inspector card game published by W F Jackson & Sons, 1940s Inspector card game published by W F Jackson & Sons, 1940s Inspector card game published by W F Jackson & Sons, 1940s Inspector card game published by W F Jackson & Sons, 1940s

Above: Inspector card game published by W F Jackson & Sons, Manor Press, Church Street, Salford, 1940s. 58 cards and two blanks in box + rules booklet.

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