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03/18/2018 07:18 PM
SIX(6) CELLULOID BRIDGE PADS AND VICTORIAN ERA WHIST PAD
Age. More than 80 years old
Composition. See below
Size. See below
Rating: 8 – 7
Comments. This lot consists of six vintage 4” long x 2” wide bridge pads which have celluloid/early plastic covers that have stamped as well as hand painted designs. There are paper unused scoring pads inside with the numbers 1 thru 4 on their exterior and there is an extra 2 as well as 3. These pieces are in good shape with normal use wear, have some paint wear and have some soiling. Also included is a 3 ¼” wide x 2” high, Victorian era Whist scoring apparatus which is in a leather case and has a plated metal cover with raised embellishments. Inside there is turning wheels which appear to be celluloid, that keep track of the number of games as well as points you have won. This item is in sturdy shape with normal use wear, has some minor wear on the plating and has some small tears as well as a couple small missing pieces in the leather. Breakout these oldies at your next card game and you’ll be ready to bid out of turn or play a card to the trick with this lot.
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