Run-it-out

Card Game
1930s-1950s (published)
Not currently on display at the V&A

Place Of Origin

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


object details
Category
Object Type
Additional Titleor card cricket (manufacturer's title)
Brief Description
Run-it-Out, or Card Cricket
Physical Description
Design: chromolithographs, some reverse sides are printed in red with cricket design and title, and another 22 are printed in blue
Object history
The cards are held in a plain box with three cards stuck to the top.

The game is based on Cricket.
Historical context
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
Production
published by kum - bak sports, toys and games mfg co, 154/164 Vauxhall Street, Kennington Oval, London, SE11
Collection
Accession Number
MISC.856-1986

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record createdMarch 4, 2000
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