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Quad The Three Dimensional Game of Quad for Children Ten to One Hundred

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Little is currently known about the Gangler-Gentry Co. of Catonsville, MD. The firm apparently made two different games around 1950, one of which is the 3-D tic-tac-toe game, Quad. A simple concept which carries the enduring replay factor of tic-tac-toe, Quad's directions mention the firm's other game at that time, a visual puzzle called "Tyle."

  • Manufacturer: The Gangler-Gentry Co.
  • Material: plastic | printed cardboard
  • Origin: Catonsville, MD
  • Style: brain teaser
  • Object ID: 112.6255
  • Credit Line: Gift of Jeanette and Rusty Olson
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