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Card game - Run-it-out

Run-it-out

  • Object:

    Card game

  • Place of origin:

    England (published)

  • Date:

    1930s-1950s (published)

  • Museum number:

    MISC.856-1986

  • Gallery location:

    In Storage

Physical description

Design: chromolithographs, some reverse sides are printed in red with cricket design and title, and another 22 are printed in blue

Place of Origin

England (published)

Date

1930s-1950s (published)

Object history note

The cards are held in a plain box with three cards stuck to the top.
The game is based on Cricket.

Historical context note

Rewards: ?
Forfeits: ?
No. of Players: any
Equipment required: 49 cards divided into groups and each group is named and bears a different illustration
11 NOT OUT cards with a view of the umpire
11 OUT cards with a different view of the umpire
pad of score cards
instructions

Rules:
The 49 cards are divided thus:-
4 different HOW'S THAT
1 BOWLED
2 CAUGHT
9 1RUNS
10 2RUNS
9 3RUNS
8 4RUNS
6 6RUNS

Descriptive line

Run-it-Out, or Card Cricket

Production Note

published by kum - bak sports, toys and games mfg co, 154/164 Vauxhall Street, Kennington Oval, London, SE11

Categories

Type: teaching
Subject: sports

Collection

Museum of Childhood

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