Seventeenth Century and Later - The Historic Games Shop

Welcome to the seventeenth and eighteenth century 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 Fox and Geese, playing cards and dice games from the seventeenth century
£38.00
An eighteenth century variant of the popular Fox and Geese games
Common design of dice from the Tudor period onwards
An interesting chess set which has pieces characteristic of both earlier and later periods
Unusual set in which the different pieces are distinguished mostly by their height and degree of elaboration
A typical eighteenth century box backgammon board
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
Reproduction of the 1864 Highlanders deck, originally by L.I. Cohen
Buy the two games together at a special price
£5.00
A game from China, probably introduced to the Royal Court by orientalist Thomas Hyde
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
£8.00
A blocking game, first recorded in the seventeenth century
A game which has stood the test of time - popular from Roman times to the present day
Our standard version, of quarter-sawn oak, with ceramic playing pieces
Nineteenth century hexagonal version of long dice
From £24.00
Sixteenth century predecessor to the cribbage board
A variant of long draughts from the early seventeenth century
Oak reproduction of the seventeenth century long dice
A board from the period when true Backgammon first appears
Reproduction inspired by an English deck
Our own rule book, plus reproduction historic playing cards
Oak board with ceramic playing pieces
The 9 x 9 version of tafl, common in Viking contexts; with C18th rules recorded by Carl Linneaus
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
The first, and simplest, of the Selenus style of chess sets
The oldest known three-in-a-row game
Common design of dice from the Tudor period onwards

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