Some 1 penny card games from early 20th century, these packs were usually 32 or sometimes 36 cards only and printed on the cheapest possible card.
They were almost exclusively printed in Bavaria and either sold in a box or paper sleeve.
Most have plain backs, unless shown otherwise.
These games don’t get much attention but they are of their time and sometimes very funny.
We are grateful to Neil Darbyshire who helped to identify the titles.
Above: Capital Snap, a pleasant and amusing game, made in Germany for UK market, c.1910. 24 cards, 3 of each picture.
Above: cards from Cock Robin Snap showing various animals, anonymous manufacturer, 4 of each card, printed in black & red only.
Above: anonymous manufacturer, 3 of each card, printed in blue, red & black, probably published at the time of the First World War.
Incomplete pack, hard to know how many cards there should be in total.
Above: Charlie Chaplin Snap
Above: Whiskers Snap
Above: Cats in Hats Snap. Maker unknown but likely German,
Above: Scouting Snap
Above: Caricature Olympics Snap
Above: Baby's Photo Snap
Above: Musical Snap, British made but maker unknown.
Above: Variety Stars Snap
Above: The Frolicsome Golliwog Snap, see the Rules►
Thanks to Neil Darbyshire for additional research.