A game of Flipcastle

There’s more to the University Library than meets the eye! It receives a copy of everything published in the UK.

Flipcastle is a game dating to 1923 involving scoring points by flipping counters through one or both faces of a ‘pop-up’ castle which folds up into a ‘booklet’. It was probably a Christmas novelty or for travel entertainment, for both the British and the German markets.

Tower 12, Miscellaneous Leaflets box for ‘–1924’
1 x Printed cardboard with embossed reinforcement (imitating leather?). Paper envelope with coloured plastic counters.

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