Le Progrès de la Circulation

Jeu de Famille “Le Progrès de la Circulation” - 1933

The beautiful images in this quartet game published by Jeux Spear for the French market in 1933 depict the progress of transport and travel since early times (Viking ships, canoe, hot air balloon, etc) up til the 1930s. Each set of four cards has a ‘suit symbol’ at the upper left corner representing the mode of transport, and a brief history of each mode of travel is given at the bottom of each card. 40 cards in box. The cards were manufactured in Germany.

From the collection of Rex Pitts.

See also:

“Marché 7 Familles” Happy Families published by France Cartes
Mauclair Dacier ‘Sept Familles’ c.1890
Last Updated April 05, 2019 at 08:03pm


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