Vintage game Original Solitair by Jumbo games from 1973SKU: SP-2625-19
Vintage game Original Solitair by Jumbo games from 1973.
- Publisher: Jumbo (Hausemann and Hötte)
- Year of issue: 1973
A patience game for one person. The Solitaire game board has 33 holes. 32 pawns are placed here. The trick now is to beat the pawns piece by piece until only one pawn remains.
With manual in Dutch, French, German, English, Swedish, Norwegian, Italian.
This game is in a good vintage condition. The box shows slight traces of use and age-related traces of wear.
- Height: 4 cm.
- Length: 18.5 cm.
- Width: 18.5 cm.
Jumbo is a well-known Dutch manufacturer of board games.
Engelbert Hausemann, a German sales representative, founded a shop in Amsterdam on January 1, 1853. This store was the precursor of the current game publishers and manufacturers Hausemann & Hötte.
In 1860, Wilhelm Hötte (1843), the son of Engelbert Hausemann's sister, joined the ranks as employees. In 1873 he founded his own company. On December 27, 1882, Hausemann & Hötte decided to work together as the Hausemann & Hötte company. This collaboration lasted five years, Engelbert Hausemann withdrew on December 31, 1887 in old age. The company was dissolved and it was agreed that Wilhelm Hötte would continue the business under the existing company name.
In 1947 the first brochure with Jumbo games appeared. In 1978, Hausemann & Hötte acquired the designation 'Royal'.
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Country of origin
The Netherlands - Holland
Kind of object
Tactics - strategy - patience
Number of players
For 1 person
Jumbo (Hausemann en Hötte)
Wood - paper - plastic - felt
With manual in Dutch, French, german, English, Swedish, Norwegian, Italian
Good vintage condition
Complete with manual / rules
Parcel post with track & trace