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<B>1800 1800
1800 "Pigmy Revels"
Stock #: MIS338
Our Price:  £475.00
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"Pigmy Revels" or "all alive at Lilliput"
were satirical prints published by S W Fores.
Lettering engraved by F Sansom and printed by Charles Williams.
An unusual early 19th century satirical part parlour game, the hand-coloured and etched figural cards printed with caricatures of contemporary society
The British Museum has a number of picture of sheets of Pigmy Revels and "All Alive @ Liliput" which include some of the cards above.
The prints are dated 9th November 1800 and 1st December 1800.

"Pigmy Revels" - Condition - Incomplete - There are 14 picture cards and 13 description cards – (seven picture + description match on number and meaning)(approx 5cm x 6cm). The highest number is 22 on picture cards – 25 on description cards - no rules or box.

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<B> Alice in Wonderland - telescopic box 1905
Alice in Wonderland - telescopic box
Stock #: MIS222
Our Price:  £125.00
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An unusual and interesting snap game.
The telescopic box expands to show the Mad Hatter's Top Hat, "This style 7/6d" - Alice in Wonderland is on the box.
The cards are very poor quaility card. The game consists of eight sets three cards - quite common about this period.

Alice in Wonderland - Complete - Condition / cards are good, some use no damage / Box missing top and bottom - outer section repaired with sellotape
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