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1880's Milton Bradley Cribbage Board? HELP PLEASE!

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Posted 6 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, 6 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 PickerX, 6 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, 5 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.
  4. PickerX PickerX, 5 years ago
    Thanks, I finally found more images online!
  5. PickerX PickerX, 5 years ago
    The notepad is a good idea too.

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