Miniature Disney Mickey Mouse cards
Rübezahl Schokoladen GmbH distributes Disney license products made out of chocolate under the brand name Magical Chocolate. This Mickey Mouse card game for three or four players is part of a promotion. The aim is to collect sets of three cards with the same symbol and the winner is the one with the most sets see the rules→
My late mother found these miniature cards in a skip around 50 years ago.
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