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    1890's McLoughlin Bros. "Avilude" or "Game of Birds" Card Game with Box. Offered is the card game and box titled "Avilude" or "Game of Birds" produced by McLoughlin Bro's. in the 1890's. The 2-piece box presents nicely at the very good to excellent level. Inside, we find a complete set of 32 card plus a card promoting another game titled "Migration." Also, inside is a 4-page brochure with rules of the game and a "letter" from Mother Goose about the different card games available. The nicely illustrated cards are mostly EX with a few slightly lesser. Rules brochure is excellent while the letter has toned with age but the paper is not brittle. , the game pieces are EX or better.

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    June, 2010
    13th Sunday
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