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Early 1900s Pin the Tail on the Donkey Game

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An original antique "Donkey Party" muslin game, made in the early 1900s by the Saalfield Publishing Co. in Akron, Ohio, USA. This comes with 18 tails (it originally had 24).

Check out the rules for playing, which says "Booby prize for the one farthest away".

It is made of cloth and seems to be plasticized. It had been folded for decades so it shows the fold marks. But it is still in pretty good condition, the colours are nice and bright, and the donkey still looks as woeful as you would expect an animal without a tail to be.

This would make an amusing display on the wall. Or use it at your next cocktail party and make an ass of someone.

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Shipped folded as issued, in a bubble wrap envelope.

Size: 20.5"l x 22.5"h

Early 1900s Pin the Tail on the Donkey Game


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