Lot 208 of 426:
The Wonderful Game of Oz  

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The Wonderful Game of Oz


Salem, Massachusetts

Parker Brothers

after 1922


Folding color pictorial game board; 8 page rule booklet; wooden dice cup; six wooden dice or "turnings" (each spelling on the sides the word W-I-Z-A-R-D); four turned wood playing pieces; with original two-part box (19½x10x2") with full-size color pictorial label on top.

Board and box dated 1921, rule booklet dated 1922. According to Greene & Martin in The Oz Scrapbook (p. 174), "In 1921 Parker Brothers issued The Wonderful Game of Oz, a parcheesi-like game whose folding playing board was a large map of Oz, beautifully lithographed in colors, with all the Oz characters shown in their proper locations..." The characters moved along the Yellow Brick Road according to their throws.

Lot Amendments

Box rubbed faintly on corners; board and pieces intact and in excellent condition; booklet slightly toned; near fine.

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