Lever Brothers miniatures

The Sunlight Geographic Game, 1930s

Two Lever Brothers miniature card games promoting Vim and Sunshine Soap, 1930s.

The Sunlight Geographic Game

Sunlight household soap was introduced by the British company Lever Brothers in 1884. The Sunlight Geographic Game cards (published c.1930s) make up a map of England and Wales. See the Box

The index numbers on the cards are used for scoring. See the Rules

The Sunlight Geographic Game, 1930s

Above: The Sunlight Geographic Game, 1930s. Card size = 35mm x 52mm.


The Game of Vim Pairs

Vim Scouring Powder first appeared on the market in 1904 and was a Lever Brothers product at the time but the brand is currently owned by European multi-national Henkel Group. Vim was produced at Port Sunlight near Liverpool which is shown on the Geographical Game map (above). See the Rules   See the Box

Lever Brothers miniature card game promoting Vim, 1930s

Above: Lever Brothers miniature card game promoting Vim, 1930s. 30 cards plus the coloured Dirty Work Card. The black and white Dirty Work card is the back design. Card size = 35mm x 52mm.

Last Updated September 04, 2020 at 08:37am

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