Vintage German Game Board "Lustiges Einmaleins" Multiplication Early Learning Original Box
Product Description: This early Germany child board game; "Lustiges Einmaleins" (Funny Multiplication Tables) offers extraordinary, multi-colored lithographic cover and and fun graphics on each individual puzzle board. From the earlier part of 1900’s, this early learning collectible contains 6 square 13 ½” x 10” ruffled place mat boards with flip over puzzle pieces with multiplication equation on one side and puzzle graphics on opposite. Original dice and plastic coin pieces are included. If you collect early board games, consider this unique piece from Germany.
Note: Refer to “Condition” for additional information
Circa: Probably 1900-1930
Box: 17” x 11”
Individual Placemat Puzzle Boards: 13 ½” x 10”
Product Weight: 3 pounds 13 ounces
Material: Cardboard, Paper, Plastic, Other
Maker: J.W. S & S Bavaria
Markings: Refer to Photographs
Condition: Previously owned - used. Condition is consistent with age and use. Graphics still fairly vibrant and colorful. Some surface wear to box or light weakness to corners from normal use. Once corner has an edge that has peeled away slightly. One "missing" puzzle piece on cat board. May be missing dice or other game pieces. Each color of coins have a total of 10 piece each. Set may not be complete. Original instructions "are not" included.
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