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You are looking at a vintage 1935 card game called "Doctor Quack," sold by the Russell Manufacturing Company of Leicester, Massachusetts.

It comes with 32 cards with random nonsense items written on them. After players receive their cards, they go around in a circle completing a story about Dr. Quack and Miss Hen. The story is in the directions, but has spaces left blank that you fill in with the nonsense words from the cards. This is like a early version of "Mad Libs."

Here is an example of the kind of results you'd get from playing:

"He has A PICKLE on his face, and A PAIR OF BABY ELEPHANTS in another place. With A STRING OF FIGS he combs his hair, and uses MY SUSPENDERS here and there. And tho you'll think it's rather queer, he takes A CAN OF CONDENSED MILK to scratch his ear. And toe-nail sharp to scratch his back. A clever man is Doctor Quack."

There are several other paragraphs in the directions to fill in the blanks for. Each of the nonsense cards is 3.375" x 2.5" and are in like-new condition.The box and directions are also in great shape.

The cards would make for funny fronts for greeting cards, tags, or some other mixed-media craft projects. They'd also make a funny gag gift for the doctor or medical student in your life. Have fun with these!

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Dr. Quack Card Game

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  • Material: paper
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  • Only ships within United States.
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