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Sallis, William, 1782-1865. Sallis's comic play grammar.
Sallis, William, 1782-1865
Sallis's comic play grammar
[ca. 1850?]
 La Fontaine in the game of the goose.
La Fontaine in the game of the goose
[ca. 1810]
 Origin of the Union Jack of Great Britain.
Origin of the Union Jack of Great Britain
1868
 The majestic game of the Asiatic ostrich.
The majestic game of the Asiatic ostrich
[approximately 1825]
 Conversation cards, or, Pleasing pastimes for winter evenings :
Conversation cards, or, Pleasing pastimes for winter evenings
[ca. 1815?]
 [The Popish Plot]
[The Popish Plot]
[1679?]
 Happy may they birthday be.
Happy may they birthday be
[1880?]
 The road to the temple of honour and fame :
The road to the temple of honour and fame
May 20, 1811
 A U.P.L. shopping expedition.
A U.P.L. shopping expedition
[ca. 1945?]
Wallis, J. (John), -1818. Wallis's new dissected map of America : engraved from the latest authorities, for the use of young students in geography
Wallis, J. (John), -1818
Wallis's new dissected map of America : engraved from the latest authorities, for the use of young students in geography
[between 1812 and 1818]
 [Metallic cut paper greeting card].
[Metallic cut paper greeting card]
[approximately 1880]
 [Greeting card with movable flower].
[Greeting card with movable flower]
[1850?]
 Polyorama, or, Endless changes of landscapes.
Polyorama, or, Endless changes of landscapes
1824
 The magic ring :
The magic ring
November 1st, 1796
 The wonders of the world :
The wonders of the world
[ca. 1843]
Newton, T.  The mansion of bliss :
Newton, T
The mansion of bliss
1822
R. M. The Mars and the L'Hercule, April 21, 1798 :
R. M
The Mars and the L'Hercule, April 21, 1798
1799
 Happy families
Happy families
[186-?]
 Fortune teller's notebook.
Fortune teller's notebook
[1829?]
 L'orient, or, The Indian travellers : a geographical and historical game.
L'orient, or, The Indian travellers : a geographical and historical game
[1846]
 The noble game of the elephant and castle,
The noble game of the elephant and castle,
1822
 The destruction of Jerusalem.
The destruction of Jerusalem
[ca. 1824?]
 The royal pastime of cupid, or, Entertaining game of the snake.
The royal pastime of cupid, or, Entertaining game of the snake
12th May 1794
 Paper doll.
Paper doll
approximately 1830?
 Crowned heads, or, Contemporary sovereigns :
Crowned heads, or, Contemporary sovereigns
[ca. 1845?]
Evans, Henry Smith. The Crystal Palace game :
Evans, Henry Smith
The Crystal Palace game
[1854?]
 The hare and the tortoise :
The hare and the tortoise
Novr. 5th. 1849
 A gentleman's park dissected.
A gentleman's park dissected
18--]
Clark, John Heaviside, approximately 1770-1863, artist. Myriorama.
Clark, John Heaviside, approximately 1770-1863
Myriorama
[1824]
 The British tourist :
The British tourist
[1830s?]
 Court game of geography.
Court game of geography
between 1838 and 1855]
Fox, Geo. (George) A new, moral, and entertaining game of the reward of merit /
Fox, Geo. (George)
A new, moral, and entertaining game of the reward of merit
December 10th, 1801
 The circle of knowledge :
The circle of knowledge
[ca. 1850?]
 A journey to Lindley Murray's.
A journey to Lindley Murray's
[185-?]
Cotterell, J. H. (Jacob Henry), -1868.  The paths of life /
Cotterell, J. H. (Jacob Henry), -1868
The paths of life
[circa 1840]
 Game of the Great Exhibition of 1851 /
Game of the Great Exhibition of 1851
[1851]
 May each returning birthday find you very much improved :
May each returning birthday find you very much improved
[approximately 1860]
 To the Queen's private apartments.
To the Queen's private apartments
1843]
 Please to imagine lady fair, If you my passion truly share, that in these gloves our hands combine, Mine in yours, love, and yours in mind.
Please to imagine lady fair, If you my passion truly share, that in these gloves our hands combine, Mine in yours, love, and yours in mind
[approximately 1860]
 An arithmetical pastime :
An arithmetical pastime
April 19th, 1798
 The cottage of content; or, Right roads and wrong ways.
The cottage of content; or, Right roads and wrong ways
1848
 The Royal Regatta :
The Royal Regatta
[ca. 1852?]
 Walkers' tour through France.
Walkers' tour through France
1815
Bury, T. T. (Thomas Talbot), 1811-1877. Fantascope :
Bury, T. T. (Thomas Talbot), 1811-1877
Fantascope
1833
 With love and good wishes for a happy New Year.
With love and good wishes for a happy New Year
[1880?]
 The new game of the multiplication table.
The new game of the multiplication table
[between 1830 and 1832]
 Spooner's transformations.
Spooner's transformations
1838 [-39]
Havell, Robert, 1769-1832. The natuorama; or Endless transposition of views on the Thames ... The drawings taken from nature,
Havell, Robert, 1769-1832
The natuorama; or Endless transposition of views on the Thames ... The drawings taken from nature,
[1825]
 Wallis's tour of Europe :
Wallis's tour of Europe
Nov. 24th, 1794
 Trafalgar :
Trafalgar
[early 20th century]
 Wallis's elegant and instructive game exhibiting the wonders of art, in each quarter of the world.
Wallis's elegant and instructive game exhibiting the wonders of art, in each quarter of the world
[ca. 1820]
 The royal and entertaining Game of the goose.
The royal and entertaining Game of the goose
[between 1761 and 1794]
 Wallis's elegant and instructive game exhibiting the wonders of nature in each quarter of the world.
Wallis's elegant and instructive game exhibiting the wonders of nature in each quarter of the world
1st Novr. 1818
Dales, T. T. Panoramacopia.
Dales, T. T
Panoramacopia
1824
 Science in sport, or, The pleasure of astronomy :
Science in sport, or, The pleasure of astronomy
[1804]
 Royal race course :
Royal race course
[ca. 1845?]
 The mirror of truth :
The mirror of truth
Jany. 1st, 1811
 Laurie's new and entertaining game of the golden goose.
Laurie's new and entertaining game of the golden goose
[1831]
 To my love.
To my love
[1880?]
 The family coach.
The family coach
[1851]
 Fortunio & his seven gifted servants.
Fortunio & his seven gifted servants
1846
Fox, George.  Laurie & Whittle's new, moral & entertaining game of the mansion of happiness / invented by George Fox, W.M., author of The cottagers, and various poetical pieces.
Fox, George
Laurie & Whittle's new, moral & entertaining game of the mansion of happiness / invented by George Fox, W.M., author of The cottagers, and various poetical pieces
13 Octr. 1800
 Why, what, and because, or, The road to the temple of knowledge / T.H. Jones, del. et litho.
Why, what, and because, or, The road to the temple of knowledge / T.H. Jones, del. et litho
[approximately 1855]
 G. W.'s transparencies :
G. W.'s transparencies
[approximately 1840?]
 Yours unalterably.
Yours unalterably
[1875?]
 The habit makes the man = L'habit forme l'homme.
The habit makes the man = L'habit forme l'homme
18--]
 The combat with the giant :
The combat with the giant
September 1st, 1796
Schott, Ben, 1974- Schott's sporting gaming & idling miscellany
Schott, Ben, 1974-
Schott's sporting gaming & idling miscellany
c2004
Reynard, Francis. History made easy;
Reynard, Francis
History made easy;
1817]
Wallis, J. (John), -1818. Wallis's tour of Europe :
Wallis, J. (John), -1818
Wallis's tour of Europe
March 13th, 1811
 A peep at Windsor Terrace.
A peep at Windsor Terrace
ca. 1845]
 The two riders =
The two riders =
[circa 1855?]
 The panorama of Europe, a new game.
The panorama of Europe, a new game
1815
 Wallis's new game of wanderers in the wilderness.
Wallis's new game of wanderers in the wilderness
[1844]
 Polyorama, or Endless changes of landscapes.
Polyorama, or Endless changes of landscapes
[1824?]
 The British sovereigns, arranged as a game upon coloured cards.
The British sovereigns, arranged as a game upon coloured cards
[between 1830 and 1837]
 Every man to his station.
Every man to his station
[between 1823 and 1847]
 Derby day :
Derby day
[2009]
 International Exhibition of London, 1862 :
International Exhibition of London, 1862
[circa 1862?]
 H.M.S. Victory.
H.M.S. Victory
[ca. 1950?]
 Geographical recreation, or, A voyage round the habitable globe.
Geographical recreation, or, A voyage round the habitable globe
publish'd Octr. 1st 1809
 The magic ring :
The magic ring
[between 1855 and 1870]
 The little embroiderer =
The little embroiderer =
[mid-19th century?]
 Wooden blocks for simulating the manoeuvres of a squadron of light horse.
Wooden blocks for simulating the manoeuvres of a squadron of light horse
circa 1813
 View of St. James's Park
View of St. James's Park
1831
 The royal Windsor pair :
The royal Windsor pair
[1840?]
 Spelling alphabet.
Spelling alphabet
mid-19th century
 The pretty young playful innocent lamb.
The pretty young playful innocent lamb
[between 1819 and 1823]
Faber, G. W.  The unexpected alterations :
Faber, G. W
The unexpected alterations
[ca. 1845?]
Barry, D. T. (David Thomas) Travelling game of India
Barry, D. T. (David Thomas)
Travelling game of India
1858
 Spooner's Changing drolleries :
Spooner's Changing drolleries
1844
 Walker's geographical pastime.
Walker's geographical pastime
1821
 The funnyshire fox chace :
The funnyshire fox chace
[ca. 1830?]
 The royal geographical amusement, or, The European traveller /
The royal geographical amusement, or, The European traveller
1770
 A geographical panorama exhibiting characteristic representations of the scenery and inhabitants of various regions.
A geographical panorama exhibiting characteristic representations of the scenery and inhabitants of various regions
1822
 Little Ben's first packet of puzzles
Little Ben's first packet of puzzles
1806
 Nuts to crack;
Nuts to crack;
[between 1830 and 1834]
 Sybilline leaves; or, Detector of the thoughts.
Sybilline leaves; or, Detector of the thoughts
[between 1819 and 1823]
Kemplen, Tony. SK 329858 :
Kemplen, Tony
SK 329858
1994
 The earth and its jnhabitants [sic].
The earth and its jnhabitants [sic]
18--]