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Brownie Auto Race tin Lithograph Auto Race Marble Board Game 1930's

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The "board" of this racing game is colorful tin lithography. There should be at least 2 marbles and 2 little cars with this game but I don't recall ever having them, The "board" measures about 10 1/2 inches in diameter. The cars would be placed on the green spaces marked "pit" and a marble would be placed at the beginning of the track which is on a slant and the marble would roll into the indentation on the board indicating how many spaces you may move, or not. The game is called Brownie Auto Race. It is also marked patent pending under the name of the game. The board needs to be cleaned. There is a scratch or two but overall it is in good condition with no dents or bends. We are paying the shipping and insurance costs. We must collect 6% Pennsylvania Sales Tax at checkout. Thanks for stopping by!
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