Fancy Dress Ball

Spear’s “Fancy Dress Ball” quartette card game with children in accurate and detailed costumes from different historical periods, published by J.W. Spear and Sons in c.1930. Each set has four members, roughly approximate to king, queen, youth and maiden, with a representative symbol at the top left corner of the card. The object of the game is to win the highest number of complete quartettes. See the Rules
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Above: Spear’s Fancy Dress Ball, 1930s. 48 cards, square corners, with the rules glued around the inner part of the telescopic box. Plain pale blue backs.

Spear’s Fancy Dress Ball, 1930s
Last Updated June 21, 2020 at 09:53pm

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