Beaver!

the Game of Beaver published by John Waddington Ltd in 1927

The Game of Beaver was devised by Frank R Brighten and illustrated by G E Studdy, the creator of Bonzo the dog, and published by John Waddington Ltd in 1927. Reckoned to be noisy and wildly exciting, the object of the game is to secure the highest number of points, which are indicated by the little number on each ‘Beaver’ card. See the Rules
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the Game of Beaver published by John Waddington Ltd in 1927

Above: the Game of Beaver designed by G E Studdy and published by John Waddington Ltd in 1927. 52 cards plus Points card + rules in box.

the Game of Beaver published by John Waddington Ltd in 1927
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