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    Theodore Roosevelt: Colorful "Teddy's Ride" Board Game. Possibly unique board game titled "Teddy's Ride From Oyster Bay to Albany", as seen on the 11" square cardboard cover. Made by "Crandall, the Child's Benefactor, Patented September 12th, 1899." The box contains a 10.25" thick round cardboard disc. A 6" spinner is mounted in the middle. Like the cover, it shows Teddy on horseback pointing his sword. The destinations depicted on the board include: Albany, Oyster Bay, Washington, Tampa, Arizona, Santiago, Montauk Point and Saratoga. There are four 1.5" gaming or player chips, numbered 1 through 4, with the same image of TR in black & white. Lacks instruction sheet. We assume the player who landed in Washington won the game. Frosted tape reinforcement or repair around the perimeter of the lid and box. The lid has some warping. toning and loss to the paper label. Good overall... the interior components very good to excellent. Described by the Frent's as one of the most "asked about" items in their collection.
    From the Collection of David and Janice Frent

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    Auction Dates
    February, 2018
    24th Saturday
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