Tudor & Elizabethan - The Historic Games Shop

Welcome to the Tudor and Elizabethan section of The Historic Games Shop. We hope you'll enjoy looking at the games, and, if you'd like to know more about them, you might like to visit our YouTube channel, where you can watch our short video introduction to board games of the period amongst others. Or watch the video below!

 

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Games collection with Nine Men's Morris, C16th playing cards and dice games from the sixteenth century
Common design of dice from the Tudor period onwards
Based on William Caxton's 1483 The Game and Playe of the Chesse
Painted oak board with beechwood pieces
Oak board with ceramic playing pieces
Common design of dice from the Tudor period onwards
A game popular from the fourteenth century onwards which pits one fox against a gaggle of geese
Historic reproduction chess board
Historic reproduction chess board
Historic reproduction chess board
A fifteenth century gambling game for any number of players
Four wood dice with rules for games popular from Tudor times to the eighteenth century
Four solid pip bone dice with rules for games popular from Tudor times to the eighteenth century
A game which has stood the test of time - popular from Roman times to the present day
From £24.00
Sixteenth century predecessor to the cribbage board
Oak board with ceramic playing pieces
A set based on the cards of Pierre Marechal of Rouen, France, dating to 1567
Our own rule book, plus reproduction playing cards from 1567
Cards designed by Jost Amman, dating from 1588
"Satirical" cards designed c.1540; with the rules to Karnöffel
Oak board with inlaid points, based on the Mary Rose find
£5.00
Oak spinning dice, used for the game of Put and Take
Three wooden dice with rules to the popular historic dice game of Hazard
Three solid-pip bone dice with rules to the popular historic dice game of Hazard
Based on a gameboard from the Mary Rose
The oldest known three-in-a-row game
Common design of dice from the Tudor period onwards