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Who Can Mount the Donkey

board game

"Who Can Mount the Donkey" is a board game for very young children made by Clark & Sowdon of New York. Dating from the late-nineteenth century, the game is a simple race game governed by a spinner mechanism.

ManufacturerClark & Sowdon
Materialprinted paper | cardboard
OriginNew York, NY
Object ID107.3302

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