Published May 27th 1807 by J. Wallis, senr., no. 15, Warwick Square : M. Dunnett, no. 3, Cheapside : and J. Wallis, junr., no. 188, Strand, London
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Imperfect: bottom of board cropped with loss of imprint text.
In manuscript on case: Came from Aunt Beatrice Thomely.
The game board consists of an engraved sheet mounted in 12 sections on a single folded sheet of linen; 10 numbered sections (2-6, 8-12) surround an engraved, hand-colored illustration of the Jew sitting at a table with his money bags, one of which is mark
1 game board + case
48 x 42 cm., folded to 18 x 13 cm. + 1 case 19 x 14 x 2 cm.
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