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								Zwarte Piet, Furth, c. 1925, 31 Color Cards by Playing Cards; Children's Games
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Zwarte Piet, Furth, c. 1925, 31 Color Cards

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Zwarte Piet, Furth, c. 1925, 31 Color Cards

by Playing Cards; Children's Games

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1925. Furth: Spear and Sohne, c.1925. 31 color cards. Furth: Spear and Sohne, c.1925. 31 color cards. Children's Card Game with a Racist Element [Playing Cards]. [Children's Games]. Zwarte Piet. [Furth: Spear and Sohne, c. 1925]. 31 color 4-1/8" x 2-1/2" lithographed cards on heavy coated stock in 4-1/2" x 3" slipcase, lithographed color illustration on front. Instruction sheet lacking (or never issued). Moderate rubbing and light soiling to slipcase, small owner initials to front, a few partial cracks around lower corners. Light soiling to cards, a few have minor edgewear. $500. * Black Peter is a European version of the card game Old Maid. Produced for the Dutch market, this version features a Black Peter portrayed as a combination Golliwog and minstrel performer. The 15 card-pairs depict white and two Asian children, most of them pursuing such activities as hiking, sailing and skating. The image on the box is a tuxedo-clad performer with black hands and a blue face.

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bookseller
The Lawbook Exchange Ltd US (US)
Bookseller’s Inventory #
69288
Title
Zwarte Piet, Furth, c. 1925, 31 Color Cards
Author
Playing Cards; Children's Games
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Furth: Spear and Sohne, c.1925. 31 color cards
Book condition
Used
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Date Published
1925
Keywords
PLAYING CARDS, CHILDREN, GAMES, RACISM, ANTIQ3521, 69288.JPG
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10104

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