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Posted 2 years ago

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I have been trying to identify this Milton Bradley Cribbage board. I have looked online trying to get it dated but no luck. Can you help me identify the board and date it, PLEASE!? : )

The writing on the back says, "Harry Brown, 1881, Brazos County Texas"
I have already looked up 'ol Harry and just need the info on the board.

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  1. fhrjr2 fhrjr2, 2 years ago
    The brand mark on the bottom is consistent with the 1950's. You may want to research the branding and (numerous) trademarks and overlook the hand writing.
  2. PickerX, 2 years ago
    Cool, thanks! I have been trying to look to look up just the board but haven't had any success. As far a trademarks go, I only see the Milton Bradley Springfield Mass. Are you seeing more? What is there doesn't appear like a (numerous) amount.
  3. chofrock, 2 years ago
    This is a Model 4626A cribbage board made in the 1950s. The mill work is nothing that could have been accomplished in the 1880s. Maybe someone used it as a note pad?

    With the box and all 6 pegs, it is worth about $8 bucks.
    http://www.etsy.com/listing/101938340/vintage-milton-bradley-cribbage-board
  4. PickerX, 2 years ago
    Thanks, I finally found more images online!
  5. PickerX, 2 years ago
    The notepad is a good idea too.

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