hist-games: FW: Whist marker

James Masters - Personal james.masters at ukonline.co.uk
Sun Jul 2 02:20:45 PDT 2000


In the spirit of information sharing, I thought I should share the answer to
my earlier question about the odd looking cribbage board from Bette Bemis of
the Cribbage Collectors Society.
James Masters
Masters Traditional Games
Kew
England
http://www.mastersgames.com
http://web.ukonline.co.uk/james.masters/TraditionalGames



-----Original Message-----
From: Bette Bemis [mailto:bbemis at netsense.net]
Sent: 01 July 2000 16:15
To: james.masters at ukonline.co.uk
Subject: Whist marker


Hi James,
The board is a combination cribbage board and Whist Marker, probably from
the late 19th Century.
One old manufacturer, Chas. Goodall & Son of London, manufactured several
styles of Whist Markers (or counters) and registered the designs in the
1880s - 1890s. They also manufactured at least one combination cribbage and
Whist marker board called the 'Camden', so I have a little information on
the styles. The board pictured, however, isn't a Goodall board, for Goodall,
to my knowledge, never did brass - just wooden whist markers, which were
found on both sides of the boards, including the Camden with the wooden
cribbage board in the middle.

My best to you and your family.
Bette

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Bette L. Bemis
Bette's Cribb
PO Box 170
Carolina, RI 02812 USA
Tel. 401-364-7241

Cribbage Board Collector's Society
Author: Cribbage Boards  1863 - 1998
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