c1869 Willys walk to see grandmamma moral game, complete

c1869 Willys walk to see grandmamma moral game, complete
c1869 Willys walk to see grandmamma moral game, complete
c1869 Willys walk to see grandmamma moral game, complete
c1869 Willys walk to see grandmamma moral game, complete
c1869 Willys walk to see grandmamma moral game, completec1869 Willys walk to see grandmamma moral game, complete

A wonderful scarce moral game from c 1869 called Willys Walk to see Grandmamma.

"This is not a very interesting or exciting example of a moral race game. There are no colourful illustrations. The rules are similar to other 19th century moral games. Some, however, seem to be the opposite of what one might expect. For example, forfeits are given for helping people or animals while rewards are given for accepting a lift on a cart. In other games, the forfeit would be paid for this as laziness and the reward, usually counters, for the help. In contrast to the normal six-sided teetotum or spinner, the playing pieces for this game are unusual. They are made of glazed earthenware marked with the letters A to H on the tops." V & A Museum.

Complete with all the porcelain counters and spinners as well as the canvas board which has the rules on it.
Lovely condition for its age.

Shipping Costs:

UK Recorded: £5.00

Europe: £14.50

World: £17.75

£195.00