Happy Guides

Happy Guides (sub-titled “Game of the Health Badge”) by James Brown & Son (Glasgow) Ltd., around 1910/1915. The cards are illustrated in b/w with a range of creative ways to keep fit and healthy. The game is played in a similar way to quartet or happy families games. See the Rules

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Happy Guides by James Brown & Son (Glasgow) Ltd, around 1910/1915 Happy Guides by James Brown & Son (Glasgow) Ltd, around 1910/1915 Happy Guides by James Brown & Son (Glasgow) Ltd, around 1910/1915 Happy Guides by James Brown & Son (Glasgow) Ltd, around 1910/1915 Happy Guides by James Brown & Son (Glasgow) Ltd, around 1910/1915 Happy Guides by James Brown & Son (Glasgow) Ltd, around 1910/1915 Happy Guides by James Brown & Son (Glasgow) Ltd, around 1910/1915 Happy Guides by James Brown & Son (Glasgow) Ltd, around 1910/1915 Happy Guides by James Brown & Son (Glasgow) Ltd, around 1910/1915
Happy Guides by James Brown & Son (Glasgow) Ltd, around 1910/1915

Above: Happy Guides card game, subtitled “Game of the Health Badge”, 74 cards in box + rules, manufactured by James Brown & Son (Glasgow) Ltd., around 1910/1915.

See also Guiding card game published by Pepys in co-operation with the Girl Guides Association, 1958

Last Updated October 03, 2020 at 01:37pm

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