Scoop

Scoop card game published by James Cond Ltd (printer and publisher), 9 Charlotte Street, Birmingham, c.1920s. The game is based on the idea of a newspaper “scoop” where reporters compete to get the breaking news story first. Then the “scoop” appears in the “Stop Press”. There are six sets of 7 cards, each set a different colour. Cards are bartered during the game as players seek to collect all seven cards in a set, avoiding penalty cards. See the Rules

Scoop by James Cond Ltd, Birmingham, c.1920s Scoop by James Cond Ltd, Birmingham, c.1920s

Above: Scoop by James Cond Ltd, 9 Charlotte Street, Birmingham, c.1920s. 46 cards + rules in box.

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