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Tail-less Donkey

Party Game
1920s (published)
Artist/Maker
Place of origin

Design: chromolithographed sheet showing a donkey without a tail, in a field; donkey is covered with circles numbered from 1 to 100; 2 printed card tails with a hole for a drawing pin at the top
No. illustrated: all


Object details

Category
Object type
TitleTail-less Donkey (manufacturer's title)
Brief description
Tail-less Donkey; English, C1920, card, chromolithographed
Physical description
Design: chromolithographed sheet showing a donkey without a tail, in a field; donkey is covered with circles numbered from 1 to 100; 2 printed card tails with a hole for a drawing pin at the top
No. illustrated: all
DimensionsSize: box-8 5/8in x 11½in x 7/8in (21.9x28.6x2.3
Object history
The original box is covered with red paper and has on its lid a chromolitho- graph showing a girl playing the game with the title in red.
Historical context
Rewards: the numbers get higher the closer to the correct position of the tail
No. of Players: any
Equipment required: sheet
tails
original box
Collection
Accession number
MISC.339-1985

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Record createdMarch 5, 2000
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