Neerlands Glorie

Neerlands Glorie Kwartetspel published by Hausemann & Hötte N.V, Amsterdam, 1945. The game cards feature quartets of eminent Dutch Inventors, Poets, Painters, Architects, Governors, Scholars, Statesmen, Writers, Technicians, Composers, Naval Heroes and Explorers from different periods.

The compilers of the game point out that the omission of Johannes Vermeer, who, along with Rembrandt, is undoubtedly one of the greatest Dutch painters, is because no portrait of this artist was available. See further details in the Rules

Neerlands Glorie Kwartetspel published by Hausemann & Hötte N.V, Amsterdam, 1945 Neerlands Glorie Kwartetspel published by Hausemann & Hötte N.V, Amsterdam, 1945 Neerlands Glorie Kwartetspel published by Hausemann & Hötte N.V, Amsterdam, 1945 Neerlands Glorie Kwartetspel published by Hausemann & Hötte N.V, Amsterdam, 1945 Neerlands Glorie Kwartetspel published by Hausemann & Hötte N.V, Amsterdam, 1945 Neerlands Glorie Kwartetspel published by Hausemann & Hötte N.V, Amsterdam, 1945

Above: Neerlands Glorie Kwartetspel published by Hausemann & Hötte N.V, Amsterdam, compiled by Ateliers voor Grafische Vormgeving Co-op 2 (Graphic Design Studios), Amsterdam, and and printed by NV Boek, 1945. 48 cards + rules in box.

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Neerlands Glorie Kwartetspel by Hausemann & Hötte N.V, Amsterdam, 1945
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