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Tin Box Tiddly Winks

game

The first patent was granted for the game tiddelywinks in 1888, and the game enjoyed great popularity at the end of the Victorian era. It lost favor during the early 20th century but enjoyed a huge revival, mostly at college campuses, in the 1950s. Though many view it as a simplistic children's game, serious players take genuine pride in seriously playing. This contemporary but retro version comes packed in a nostalgic design tin box.

ManufacturerChannel Craft
Materialprinted paper | cardboard
Styledexterity
Object ID109.11518
Credit LineGift of Doug & Randi Olin and Marc & Jill Olin in memory of Stephen Olin

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