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Reise durch die Schweiz or Voyage en Switzerland . Otto Maier.Germany.1891
Reise durch die Schweiz or Voyage en Switzerland . Otto Maier.Germany.1891

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Price: $250.00

Product Code: 27015526

Applied litho of scenic overlook depicting a valley and the Alps above on heavy pressed board 13 1/4" x 15" box.  Fine three-fold  game board with images of sights and scenes of Switzerland with a map of Switzerland at center. Track board in the style of Game of Goose. Measures  23" x 24 3/4". Original game believed to include 7 lead counters, 3 dice, game cards (5 sets of 6 cards, 1 set of 4 cards, 1 set of 1 card), lead coins, 15 card cards, 1 medal of misfortune, 1 decoration, rules of the game This game includes 1 lead counter, 2 dice, a total of 16 cards, lead coins, 1 medal of misfortune (Ich habe Pech!), and the rules of the game. . The story of Ravensburger begins in 1883 with Otto Maier, a German publisher living in the small town of Ravensburg, in the south of Germany, near Lake Constance. In addition to his printing activities - he was printing instructional manuals for craftsmen - the idea came to him of developing a game with which he could play with his family. This is how he created the board game "Around the World in 80 Days", based on the novel of the same name published by the French writer Jules Verne. Made in a traditional and artistic way, the game had a great educational value. These characteristics would form the common thread of the Ravensburger Spiele's history?