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© The Trustees of the British Museum  Cribbage a-la-Dandy.  Hand-coloured etching, by George Cruikshank

Cribbage a-la-Dandy. © The Trustees of the British Museum Hand-coloured etching, by George Cruikshank

Three Eskimo scrimshaw items  Including a full walrus tusk, completely engraved to depict hunting scenes, animals, and vignettes of village and domestic life; and two drilled cribbage boards, one in the shape of a seal, the other decorated with images of sea creatures.

Three Eskimo scrimshaw items Including a full walrus tusk, completely engraved to depict hunting scenes, animals, and vignettes of village and domestic life; and two drilled cribbage boards, one in.

A Game of Cribbage or Boney's Last Shuffle George Cruikshank, London 1814

A Game of Cribbage or Boney's Last Shuffle George Cruikshank, London 1814

Image gallery: Christmas-Eve Cribbage

Image gallery: Christmas-Eve Cribbage

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© The Trustees of the British Museum A real rubber! At whist. Hand-coloured etching and aquatint after M. Egerton, by George Hunt, 1825

First Nations  -  carved cribbage board

First Nations - carved cribbage board

They toil not indeed, nor indeed do they spin. Yet they never are idle when once they begin. But are very intent on increasing their store. And always keep shuffling & cutting for more, 1807

They toil not indeed, nor indeed do they spin. Yet they never are idle when once they begin. But are very intent on increasing their store. And always keep shuffling & cutting for more, 1807 A commentary on ladies gambeling

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