C.W.S. ‘Game of Snap’

The Co-operative Wholesale Society ‘Game of Snap’ features vintage artwork promoting household products of the day, such as cod liver oil and floor polish, manufactured by the C.W.S. Printing Works, Manchester (UK), c.1930s. At least six different C.W.S. Snap games were published during the 1930s and this is probably one of the best. The back design includes the C.W.S. wheatsheaf motif.

C.W.S. Game of Snap, Manchester (UK), c.1930s
C.W.S. Game of Snap, Manchester (UK), c.1930s

Above: C.W.S. ‘Game of Snap’, Manchester (UK), c.1930s. 48 cards in box.


“Game of Snap” manufactured by C.W.S. Printing Works, Manchester during the 1930s

Above: another “Game of Snap” manufactured by C.W.S. Printing Works, Manchester during the 1930s. The reverse features the wheatsheaf motif with the legend "Labor and Wait".

Last Updated December 27, 2021 at 10:18am

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