Home Dogbotz Resale Online, Antiques, Collectibles Boneyard Dogbotz Resale Online, Antiques, Collectibles About Dogbotz Resale Online, Antiques, Collectibles FAQs Dogbotz Resale Online, Antiques, Collectibles Contact Dogbotz Resale Online, Antiques, Collectibles Links Dogbotz Resale Online, Antiques, Collectibles Blog Dogbotz Resale Online, Antiques, Collectibles Feedback
Dogbotz Resale Online, Antiques, Collectibles Shopping Cart (0)
Dogbotz Resale Online, Antiques, Collectibles
Dogbotz Gift Certificates
 
Artwork - Dogbotz Resale Online, Antiques, Collectibles Tribal - Dogbotz Resale Online, Antiques, Collectibles Home Goods - Dogbotz Resale Online, Antiques, Collectibles Metalwork - Dogbotz Resale Online, Antiques, Collectibles Playthings - Dogbotz Resale Online, Antiques, Collectibles Wearables - Dogbotz Resale Online, Antiques, Collectibles Etc - Dogbotz Resale Online, Antiques, Collectibles




    Product Search: Discounted?
Gift Certificate Included?




Dogbotz Facebook Dogbotz Google Dogbotz Pinterest Dogbotz Twitter

Playthings

Dogbotz Boneyard

Here in Playthings, you can find some wonderful vintage and contemporary games, toys, sporting equipment and other entertainment collectibles. Whether you express your creative and playful self through board or card games, building blocks or dolls, or strategic maneuvers or sports activities, we're sure you'll find something fun for you as well as your family and friends. Dogbotz Boneyard ships all playthings insured for the full value of the piece with signature confirmation required.

Please return to this site regularly as different products are added to the Playthings page frequently. Collector? Contact us at info@dogbotz.com about upcoming collections or sought-after items!

Remember also that a part of the proceeds raised this season through the sales of any games and toys will benefit the Warrior Dog Foundation.

Key search phrase: games resale Chicago



Dogbotz   ABC Educational Cards

Produced in 1947 by Ed-U Cards, Inc., the ABC Educational Cards can help parents and teachers to “devise scores of exciting games that teach youngsters to spell and count without seeming to teach at all,” as indicated on the backside of the game box. In fact, the instruction ...more>>

 
Dogbotz   Shakespeare Card Game

From the Cincinnati Game Company comes this intriguing 1901 antique card game about Shakespeare and his major works, including Hamlet, Julius Caesar, King Henry VI, Macbeth, Othello, Romeo and Juliet, and The Merchant of Venice.

This wonderful educational card game is co...more>> This is an antique item.

 
Dogbotz   Mille N. Nium "Out with a Bang" Teddy Bear

From the “Very Important Bear” (VIB) collection of the North American Bear Company comes the 1998 party girl Mille N. Nium, the ursine New Year’s Eve socialite. Like all revelers, this sassy teddy bear is dressed “to the nines.” She sports a sheer, silver star-studde...more>>

 
Dogbotz   1960s Bezalel Children's Bible Game

Produced in the early 1960s by Learn and Play — an Eretz Israel (then also called Palestine) publishing company of the 1950s to the mid-1960s — this unique, extremely rare Hebrew card game teaches children about the Biblical heroes of the Old Testament. The heroic figures that appear ...more>>

 
Dogbotz   Antique 1910 Mrs. Casey Wants to Know Parlor Game

The extremely rare Mrs. Casey Wants to Know card or “parlor” game was manufactured and distributed by Parker Brothers, Inc., of New York and London in 1910. Mrs. Casey Wants to Know is a question-and-answer card game, involving players taking turns asking questions a...more>> This is an antique item.

 
Dogbotz   1896 Game of Flags

This antique educational card game about national flags was created and copyrighted in 1896 by the Fireside Game Company and produced and distributed by Cincinnati Game Company in the same year. The Game of Flags card game features 53 cards with four sets of 13 cards, each depicting a co...more>> This is an antique item.

 
Dogbotz   Rhett Beartler Teddy Bear

From the “Very Important Bear” (VIB) collection of the North American Bear Company comes the 1987 bearish image of Rhett Beartler, the stuffed animal understudy from Gone with the Wind. Like his human counterpart, Rhett Beartler sports a white shirt, striped...more>>

 
Dogbotz   Political Asylum Board Game

Copyrighted and produced in 1993 by Windbreaker Entertainment, this new-in-the-box copy of Political Asylum is an extremist political board game, with the objective of acquiring a specific inventory of items, as indicated in the rules, “most readily accomplished by assuming the rol...more>>

 
Dogbotz   The Restless Gun Board Game

Based on the western television series The Restless Gun that appeared on NBC from 1957 to 1959, this board game of the same name was manufactured by the Milton Bradley Company of Springfield, Massachusetts in 1959. Like the television show, The Restless Gun Board Game depicts th...more>>

 
Dogbotz   Merchant of Venus Bookcase Board Game

Designed and produced as a “bookcase” game in 1988 by the Avalon Hill Game Company, Merchant of Venus is a science fiction trading game that has solitaire, two-player and multi-player variations. Merchant of Venus uses many elements that come together to form a very ...more>>

 
Dogbotz   Handcrafted Cherry Wood Dice Tower and Tray with Six Vintage Bakelite Dice

This contemporary, unique, handcrafted dice tower is made of genuine cherry wood (not a laser cut thin plywood as would be punched out of a factory). The artisan has used the finest-grade wood. The tower is constructed of half-inch solid cherry, is four inches square and ten inches tall, and has ...more>>

 
Dogbotz   Very Dapper White Teddy Bear in Blue

This dapper, little teddy bear was manufactured in China in 1992 and distributed by MTY International Company, Ltd. of Taipei, Taiwan. His basic color is white, though his bottom half is blue to mimic the color of his gentlemanly outfit. This cuddly bear sports a blue polyester jacket with silver...more>>

 
Dogbotz   Vintage Handcrafted Bear Pull-Toy

Here is a real child’s treasure from the mid-1980s! This handcrafted and hand-assembled bear pull-toy is a unique, one-of-a-kind special item. A standing, stuffed teddy bear has been bolted to a deep blue, hand-painted wooden platform, which sits upon two sets of wooden wheels. A gold fabri...more>> Free Gift Certificate with purchase of this item.

 
Dogbotz   Scarecrow Teddy Bear

From the Vermont Teddy Bear Company comes this charming, sand-colored scarecrow bear, all dressed up for Halloween and/or Thanksgiving. Like the typical scarecrow, this bear is dressed in raggedy and patched beige canvas trousers and dark green canvas shirt. He also sports a point black hat throu...more>>

 
Dogbotz   Rare 1949 Walt Disney's Donald Duck Card Game

This rare card game based on the popular cartoon character of Donald Duck was copyrighted and manufactured in 1949 by the Whitman Publishing Company for Disney Studios. The Donald Duck Card Game consists of 44 cards: four sets of cards numbered 1 to 10, and four Donald Duck cards. The ru...more>>

 
Dogbotz   Modern Art: The Card Game

Remember those unknown, starving, but up-and-coming artists from the early nineties — Lite Metal, Yoko, Christin P., Karl Gitter and Krypto? You may have first met them in the now-classic Dr. Reiner Knizia board game Modern Art. Now, almost 20 years later, they have all found fame ...more>>

 
Dogbotz   1979 MAD Magazine Card Game

The vintage MAD Magazine Card Game was produced and released by Parker Brothers in 1979. The game is based on the American humor magazine founded in 1952 by editor Harvey Kurtzman and publisher William Gaines. Launched initially as a comic book, it eventually became a magazine.

T...more>>

 
Dogbotz   Four Children's Card Games in a Tin Box

All within one tin box are four different children’s games:

  • Doggy Match: a zany card game of uniting a head, body and tail card to create the image of a dog.
  • Go Fish: an old standard in game card history, where players strive to collect four cards ...more>>
 
Dogbotz   1966 Complete W.H. Schaper Game of Cootie

For decades, this little yet exciting educational game of assembling your own bug delighted generations of children and adults. This version of the beloved Cootie game was manufactured in 1966 by W.H. Schaper Mfg. Co., Inc. of Robbinsdale, Minnesota. This is a complete edition of the gam...more>>

 
Dogbotz   Vintage Slap Jack Card Game

Produced and distributed in 1965 by Western Publishing Company, Inc. of Racine, Wisconsin, this vintage copy of the Slap Jack Card Game is in great condition. Though the original plastic case that contains the 44 game cards and one instruction card is scuffed with use and age, both top a...more>>

 
Dogbotz   Bearie Antoinette Teddy Bear

From the “Very Important Bear” (VIB) collection of the North American Bear Company comes the 1984 playful celebrity Bearie Antoinette, the ursine counterpart of the 18th-century French queen Marie Antoinette. Unlike her human counterpart, this beautiful teddy bear has not &...more>>

 
Dogbotz   Dog Pound Card Game

Published in 1999 by IDEALogistics, LLC, Dog Pound is a hysterical card game in which people bear a strange resemblance to their dogs. This canine-catching card game focuses on your ability to use your keen eyes to detect which dog belongs to its look-a-like owner. But, be caref...more>>

 
Dogbotz   Humphrey Beargart Teddy Bear

From the “Very Important Bear” (VIB) collection of the North American Bear Company comes the 1982 playful celebrity Humphrey Beargart, the ursine counterpart of the Silver Screen actor Humphrey Bogart. Like that indefatigable detective of yore, this handsome teddy bear sports a beige ...more>>

 
Dogbotz   Vintage 4 Alarm Firefighting Game

Manufactured in 1963 by Milton Bradley of Springfield, Massachusetts, 4 Alarm is an exciting firefighting board game. In this game of high adventure, players compete to be the fire chiefs whose squads put out the most four-alarm fires. This game is definitely geared to those who wish to ...more>>

 
Dogbotz   Vintage Etch A Sketch Magic Screen

Etch A Sketch is a mechanical drawing toy invented by André Cassagnes of France and subsequently manufactured by the Ohio Art Company of Bryan, Ohio.

An Etch A Sketch has a thick, flat gray screen in a red plastic frame. There are two white knobs on the front of t...more>>

 
Dogbotz   1900s Wild Flowers Card Game

Produced in the early 1900s by Milton Bradley comes the wonderfully illustrated Wild Flowers card game. This game was intended to teach youngsters and their families alike about the different wild flowers found in the United States.

The game box is in good vintage condition, with...more>> This is an antique item.

 
Dogbotz   Washable Floral-Print Teddy Bear

This adorable, little teddy bear was manufactured in Korea in 1989 and distributed by Marquel, Ltd., of Burlingame, California. His basic color is white but has a beautiful floral-print design in blue all over his body. This cuddly bear also sports black button eyes and a blue neck ribbon. He is ...more>>

 
Dogbotz   Extremely Rare Ideal's 1966 The Time Tunnel Card Game

Based on the television series The Time Tunnel, this extremely rare game version — two board game products were manufactured as well as this card game — was developed and released in 1966 by Ideal Toy Corporation. The Time Tunnel was a mid-1960s scie...more>> Free Gift Certificate with purchase of this item.

 
Dogbotz   Very Rare 1964 Milton Bradley's Outer Limits Board Game

Based on the television series The Outer Limits, this very rare board game was produced and released in 1964 by the Milton Bradley Company of Springfield, Massachusetts. The Outer Limits was broadcast on ABC from 1963 to 1965. The series is often compared to The Twilight Zon...more>>

 
Dogbotz   Professor Noggin's Life on the Farm Card Game

“And on his farm he had a pig. . . . “ There’s more to Life on the Farm than the oinking pig, mooing cow and quacking duck! Explore all facets of farm life, from the endearing animals to farm buildings and tools, herbs and spices, and methods to protect the farm itself....more>>

 
Dogbotz   The Legend of Jesse James Board Game

The Legend of Jesse James was a western television series starring Christopher Jones in the title role of the notorious outlaw Jesse James. The series aired on ABC from September 13, 1965, to May 9, 1966. Allen Case joined Jones as Jesse's brother, Frank James.

In a surp...more>>

 
Dogbotz   Who is the Thief?

Copyrighted and produced in 1937 by the Whitman Publishing Company, Who Is the Thief? is a card game that focuses on the mystery of the sensational robbery of a stolen diamond necklace. Through the use of 17 Witness cards, 18 Suspect cards and one Stolen Diamond card, one player at the e...more>>

 
Dogbotz   Kosher Cow Stuffed Toy

We may not know her name, but we know she’s kosher. Made in China in the mid-1990s for Copa Judaica comes Kosher Cow, who just recently made a trip from Israel to the United States. This lovely bovine was adopted from a recent estate sale in Winnetka, Illinois, held by a friend of ...more>>

 
Dogbotz   Hanafuda: Japanese Flower Card Game

Hanafuda is the ancient and traditional flower card game played by Japanese families. This contemporary version of the game was produced for Daiso Industries Co., Ltd., of Hiroshima, Japan and manufactured in South Korea. The game, which has been opened but never played, includes 48 beau...more>>

 
Dogbotz   1939 FAMO Card Game by Pepys

Produced in 1939 under the renowned Pepys card game line of Castell Brothers, Ltd., of Great Britain, FAMO Card Game is a rare and unique game that features 11 renowned characters of British history, literature and culture. Each character has three cards that depict items associated with...more>>

 
Dogbotz   Scarlet Obeara II

From the “Very Important Bear” (VIB) collection of the North American Bear Company comes the 1979 playful literary figure of Scarlet Obeara, the stuffed ursine understudy from Gone with the Wind. Like her human starlet counterpart, this finicky teddy bear wears a beautiful gr...more>>

 
Dogbotz   Parker Brothers' Beautiful 1956 The Game of Rio

Produced in 1956 by Parker Brothers, Inc., of Salem, Massachusetts, The Game of Rio is a delightful game for the entire family. It is a fast-paced, easy-to-play board game that acts superbly as a filler activity for an evening of family entertainment.

For a board game more than 6...more>> Free Gift Certificate with purchase of this item.

 
Dogbotz   PLAYTHINGS VALUE SHOPPE

Visit the Playthings Value Shoppe, where you'll find products from our Playthings department that are now available at a discounted price or provide a free gift certificate for the future purchase of any product. View sale items below!

...more>>
 
Dogbotz   Dogbotz Sale Item Menagerie: Australian Wildlife Board Game

Produced and distributed in 1999 by Science and Nature Pty., Ltd., under a license from Wild Connections™ of Hawthorne, Victoria in Australia, Menagerie is a fun and educational game of chance and strategy that teaches the player about diversity of Australian wildlife, where and ho...more>>

 
Dogbotz   Dogbotz Sale Item Drover's Dilemma Unusual Australian Card Game

Produced in 1984 by Candle Distribution Company of Bayswater, Australia, Drover’s Dilemma is a rare and unusual card game. The object of the game is for players to get their drovers to complete a 1,000-kilometer journey. The first to do so wins the game. However, players never know...more>>

 
Dogbotz   Dogbotz Sale Item Dixit

In Dixit, players tell a story about an image on a card and their opponents try to guess the card. Sounds easy enough. However, Dixit contains 84 cards with artwork by Marie Cardouat, a French artist known for surreal illustrations that are hard to put into words, such as a pers...more>>

 
Dogbotz   Dogbotz Sale Item The Man from U.N.C.L.E. Card Game

From 1965 comes a true vintage game treasure: a rare copy of The Man from U.N.C.L.E. Card Game! While the box has had exposure to the everyday world, it is in good vintage condition, with just a few scuff marks on the box top and a sticker with the letter “A” on a side panel....more>>

 
Dogbotz   Dogbotz Sale Item APBA Pro Hockey Board Game

APBA Pro Hockey Board Game, manufactured in 2009 by APBA International, Inc., is a classic hockey game that presents real players and realistic results. For well over 50 years, APBA has been the unchallenged king of quality sports entertainment products. Now with APBA Pro Ho...more>>

 
Dogbotz   From The Field to the Parlor: Antique 1900s Baseball Card Game

This antique baseball card game, From the Field to the Parlor, was produced and distributed by Aydelott’s Base Ball Cards Company, in the early 1900s. The boxed game set comes with 97 baseball action playing cards, 4 white discs that are used as the four bases of a baseball diamond...more>> This is an antique item.Free Gift Certificate with purchase of this item.

 
Dogbotz   Dogbotz Sale Item Vintage Game of Hook

This really cool, old game from the Milton Bradley Company of Springfield, Massachusetts, is all about fishing. But beware! With Hook, players will be fishing for words, not for fish themselves.

The game is complete and the instructions are written on the inside box lid. The obje...more>>

 
Dogbotz   Dogbotz Sale Item Family Fun Fish Stories Card Game

Copyrighted and manufactured in 1988 by Blue Dolphin Trading Company, this card game is ideal for those folks who enjoy fishing or card playing, for in this game it’s all about catching fish by matching fish cards with capture cards. No need for the “one that got away” story. Pl...more>>

 
Dogbotz   Dogbotz Sale Item Professor Noggin's Dinosaurs Card Game

Millennia ago, giant reptiles and enormous birds roamed the Earth as masters of their world. They were unconquerable, until disaster — often speculated by scientists as a meteor strike that caused cataclysmic atmospheric disturbances — banished these huge beasts to the realm of fossil...more>>

 
Dogbotz   Dogbotz Sale Item Professor Noggin's Outer Space Card Game

Voyage into the unknown. Be like Captain Kirk of the USS Enterprise in Star Trek, and “Go where no one had gone before.” Professor Noggin’s Outer Space Card Game takes you to planets, solar systems, galaxies, and the very edge of the universe.

Card topi...more>>

 
Dogbotz   Dogbotz Sale Item Elephant on a Bike by Schylling Toys

Take a bike ride with this fun-loving elephant! Could you balance a large ball on the top of your head as he’s doing on his trunk? This classic toy has all the moves. Just use the key to wind up this talented elephant and watch the ball spin as the bike moves forward. This item is not meant...more>>

 
Dogbotz   Dogbotz Sale Item Black Peter with Animals Card Game

Designed and manufactured by Ferdinand Piatnik & Söhne in the early 1950s and then distributed throughout Europe by Benno Products of London, the Black Peter with Animals card game is Austria’s version of Old Maid. This card game is geared toward younger children to learn ...more>>

 
Dogbotz   Dogbotz Sale Item Rail Game by Ludonirique

This great old Rail game by Ludonirique is a rare find, which is still in good condition and has all its components! The game inside appears as if it was hardly used; however, the box cover shows a little wear. This family board game was created and manufactured in France. The instructio...more>>

 
Dogbotz   Dogbotz Sale Item Express Card Game

Manufactured in Great Britain during the mid-1950s, Express Card Game was marketed as “Non-Stop Entertainment” and “A First Class Card Game.” The fundamental objective of this railroad travel game is to create a train by collecting the necessary five cards and mov...more>>

 
Dogbotz   1889 Logomachy: War of Words

This edition of The Premium Game of Logomachy or War of Words was published in 1889 by McLoughlin Brothers of New York. Considered the “Best New Parlor Game” of its time, Logomachy received the “Highest Premium (Silver Medal)," awarded by the Cincinnati Industr...more>> This is an antique item.Free Gift Certificate with purchase of this item.

 
Dogbotz   Dogbotz Sale Item 1903 Game of Words

This antique educational card game focusing on language arts was created and copyrighted in 1903 by Cincinnati Game Company. The Game of Words card game features 111 cards with varying quantities of the different consonants and vowels used in the English language.

The game cards ...more>> This is an antique item.

 
Dogbotz   Timeline: Music and Cinema

We love our entertainment — but do we know when it all came about? Was Flight of the Valkyries before the William Tell Overture? Sure, the Eagles came before Daft Punk, but was Enter the Dragon between the two? Learn about the roots of modern rock, the early days ...more>> Free Gift Certificate with purchase of this item.

 
Dogbotz   Dogbotz Sale Item Timeline: Americana

From the first Stetson hat to the unveiling of the first iPad, America’s history and its popular culture have gone hand in hand. See if you can remember when the Red Sox traded Babe Ruth or when Lindbergh crossed the Atlantic. Timeline: Americana takes the players through a histori...more>>

 
Dogbotz   Vintage Celluloid Bridge Card Game Counter

From the 1950s comes this vintage celluloid game counter used for playing bridge. The spinning wheels of the game counter are in excellent vintage condition. The wheels mark the suit in play, the number of points acquired, and the current game set. At the bottom edge of the game counter are the w...more>> Free Gift Certificate with purchase of this item.

 
Dogbotz   Dogbotz Sale Item Game of Commerce

Commerce is a card game designed and manufactured by J. Ottmann Lithograph Company of New York in the early 1880s. In this card game, players attempt to corner the market in certain commodities by yelling out bids to other players. Interestingly enough, Commerce was marketed spe...more>> This is an antique item.

 
Dogbotz   Rich Uncle: The Stock Market Game

Copyrighted and produced in 1948 by Parker Brothers, Inc., Rich Uncle is “the stock market game that is different,” according to the marketing spin on this game. The basic premise is that rich Uncle Pennybags (of Monopoly® fame) owns the town newspaper, the D...more>> Free Gift Certificate with purchase of this item.

 
Dogbotz   Seven Dragons

From renowned fantasy artist Larry Elmore comes Seven Dragons, a family card game where dragons spread across the land. Seven Dragons is a fast domino-like game, where players attempt to be the first to create a connected territory of seven panels of their dragons. Secret Goals add ...more>> Free Gift Certificate with purchase of this item.

 
Dogbotz   Dogbotz Sale Item Man Bites Dog

Man Bites Dog is a hilarious headline card game! You are dealt a hand of cards with words on them, each with a point value. When it is your turn, construct a headline that earns the highest points, and often the biggest laughs. The first player to accumulate 500 points wins. It’s a...more>>

 
Dogbotz   Dogbotz Sale Item Krill: A Whale of a Card Game

Copyrighted and manufactured in 1981 by Ampersand Press, Krill: A Whale of a Card Game is an intriguing way to understand the principles of food chains, specifically oceanic food chains. From microscopic plants to 30-ton whales, to harvest by humans, players try to survive the Antarctic ...more>>

 
Dogbotz   Dogbotz Sale Item Constellation Card Set

Copyrighted, produced and distributed by Naturegraph Company of San Martin, California in 1955, Constellation Card Set not only teaches astronomy but also offers four challenging card games based on star constellations. Unfortunately, 10 of its constellation cards are missing, t...more>>

 
Dogbotz   Blue Moon Legends Card Set

Blue Moon Legends pits two players against each other in tense, head-to-head card play. Players can either play the game straight out of the box with the included pre-constructed decks or strategically customize the perfect deck to take down their opponent. With hundreds of cards to choo...more>> Free Gift Certificate with purchase of this item.

 
Dogbotz   Dogbotz Sale Item The Outer Limits Premiere Base Card Set

Often compared to The Twilight Zone, but with a greater emphasis on science-fiction themes (often unsettling or horrific), The Outer Limits was an American television series that aired on ABC from 1963 to 1965. The Outer Limits was an anthology of self-containe...more>>

 
Dogbotz   Dogbotz Sale Item Vintage Trail Drive Card Game

When released in the 1960s by Arrco Playing Card Company, Trail Drive was promoted as a “new exciting game of the West,” where players rounded up their herds and hit the trail with their chuck wagons, cowboys and longhorns. However, rustlers abounded, seeking to steal any pla...more>>

 
Dogbotz   1930s Air Mail Board Game

From the 1930s comes this colorful board game manufactured by Milton Bradley Company of Springfield, Massachusetts. The object of the game is to be the first player who flies from New York to San Francisco and back again, delivering mail at stops in between that include Buffalo, Cleveland, Detroi...more>> Free Gift Certificate with purchase of this item.

 
Dogbotz   Dogbotz Sale Item Seven Families of Capetiens

Published in the mid-1970s by Heron S.A. of France, Seven Families of Capetiens is an educational card game about the history and genealogy of French royalty of the Capetien dynasty. The game comes with 55 playing cards, a rules card, a pamphlet on the history of the various Capetien fam...more>>

 
Dogbotz   Where's Elmer? Game

For sale is a very neat, 1930s card game by the name of Where's Elmer? It is a product of the iconic Parker Brothers of Salem, Massachusetts. The game is complete with 35 cards, instructions and vintage Parker Brothers ad sheets for other of their games.

The box cover is in g...more>>

 
Dogbotz   Dogbotz Sale Item Smart Ass

Who’s the “smart ass” among your friends and family? Find out with this outrageous, fast-paced party game. Each Who, What and Where am I? card has ten clues. You never have to wait for your turn in Smart Ass. Just yell out the answer as soon as you know it!

Timi...more>>

 
Dogbotz   Jamboree: The Sky's the Limit

From 1936 comes Jamboree: The Sky’s the Limit board game from Selchow & Righter Company, renowned makers of Parcheesi. This extraordinary board game may be played by two to sixteen players from the ages of “11 to 111” (according to a tongue-in-cheek stateme...more>> Free Gift Certificate with purchase of this item.

 
Dogbotz   North American Song Birds Two-in-One Card Game

Copyrighted in 1961 by the National Wildlife Federation of Washington, D.C., and manufactured by the Russell Manufacturing Company of Leicester, Massachusetts, North American Song Birds Card Game offers two children’s card games in one.

First, in the Bird Identification Gam...more>> Free Gift Certificate with purchase of this item.

 
Dogbotz   Dogbotz Sale Item The Great American Auction Card Game

Copyrighted in 1975 By Western Publishing Company, Inc., under its Whitman line of games, The Great American Card Game is about “wheeling and dealing” for famous American antiques.

Though the box does show minor shelf wear, the cards are still packed in their original...more>>

 
Dogbotz   Dogbotz Sale Item Professor Noggin's Ancient Civilizations Card Game

Professor Noggin steps back in time to explore lost, but not forgotten, civilizations. Discover facts about ancient places, philosophers, buildings, arts, clothing, empires and more on this historical journey.

Card topics include, but are not limited to:

 
Dogbotz   Professor Noggin's First Peoples of North America Card Game

Celebrate the rich cultural diversity of North America's First Peoples in this challenging Professor Noggin’s card game. Learn about the earliest methods of hunting, farming, art, and transportation used by various tribes throughout the continent.

Card topics include, but are no...more>> Free Gift Certificate with purchase of this item.

 
Dogbotz   Dogbotz Sale Item Vintage Happy Families Game: Animals of Israel Card Game

From Palphot, Ltd. of Herzlia, Israel comes the vintage Happy Families Game: Animals of Israel card game. No publication date appears anywhere on the game box or cards; however, when compared to other games produced by Palphot, the card game was most likely released to market in the 1970...more>>

 
Dogbotz   Dogbotz Sale Item Sept Familles: Fables de la Fontaine (French Card Game)

Produced and distributed in the mid-1960s by CNP, a major French life insurance company, Sept Familles: Fables de la Fontaine card game focuses on some of the most famous and beloved fables by 17th-century French fabulist Jean de la Fontaine. Each of the seven different groupi...more>>

 
Dogbotz   Game of Doctor Quack

Published in the early 1910s and before World War I, the Game of Doctor Quack is a family reading and party game best played by a group of people. Published by the Russell Manufacturing Company, the Game of Doctor Quack requires that one player reads a printed story. The 32 stor...more>> This is an antique item.Free Gift Certificate with purchase of this item.

 
Dogbotz   1903 Wild Animals Card Game

This antique educational card game about wild animals was created and copyrighted in 1903 by Cincinnati Game Company. The Wild Animals card game features 55 cards, each depicting an animal from the “four corners of our globe.” Some of the wild beasts represented in the deck a...more>> This is an antique item.Free Gift Certificate with purchase of this item.

 
Dogbotz   Dogbotz Sale Item Argentine Zoo Lotto Board Game

Manufactured in Argentina by Juguetes Mundial in the mid-1950s, El Zoo Mundial focuses on creatures from all around the Earth, from the kangaroo and anteater to the eagle and owl. Colorful and well-executed illustrations of both domestic and wild animals enhance the beauty of this board ...more>>

 
Dogbotz   Dancing Bear Animal Dominoes, Featuring Captain Kangaroo

Captain Kangaroo was an American children’s television series that aired weekday mornings on the CBS TV network for nearly 30 years, from October 3, 1955, until December 8, 1984, making it the longest-running nationally broadcast children's television program of its day. In 198...more>> Free Gift Certificate with purchase of this item.

 
Dogbotz   The Mayflower Card Game

Manufactured in 1897 by The Cincinnati Fireside Game Company, this educational card game presents the history of The Mayflower and the Pilgrims from the departure from England to the arrival in the New World, and from the buildings constructed by the Pilgrims to the tools they used. This is an ex...more>> This is an antique item.Free Gift Certificate with purchase of this item.

 
Dogbotz   Sky Travelers

Produced in 1989 by Family Pastimes of Ontario, Canada, Sky Travelers is a co-operative science fiction game in which players are visitors from outer space whose Scout Craft has crashed on an island. The mission is to search the island, shore, sea, nearby forests and even mountains for t...more>> Free Gift Certificate with purchase of this item.

 
Dogbotz   Dogbotz Sale Item Little Klinker in Santaland Board Game

We at Dogbotz Boneyard are familiar with many canine tales as well as vintage games and toys. However, this rare children’s board game, Little Klinker in Santaland Game, manufactured in 1960 by Transogram Company, Inc., of New York has been, until now, an oddity and mystery.

<...more>>
 
Dogbotz   Dogbotz Sale Item The Undersea World of Jacques Cousteau Game

Copyrighted in 1968 by Calypso and Walper Publications, Inc., and manufactured and distributed in the same year by Parker Brothers, The Undersea World of Jacques Cousteau Game focuses on the marvels of undersea discoveries reminiscent of the explorer Jacques Cousteau and the hearty adven...more>>

 
Dogbotz   The Calvary Game

More than 100 years in age, this vintage military card game was produced by The International Card Company of London, England in 1910. The Cavalry Game focuses on the Hussars, Dragoons, Lancers and other officers of the British Cavalry from a century ago.

The game is complete wit...more>> This is an antique item.Free Gift Certificate with purchase of this item.

 
Dogbotz   Dogbotz Sale Item 1961 Wild West Card Game by Pepys

Produced in 1961 under the renowned Pepys card game line of Castell Brothers, Ltd., of Great Britain, the Wild West Card Game celebrates all of the wonder and mayhem of the American West between the Civil War and World War I. Cowboys, outlaws, the sheriff and his posse, a stage coach and...more>>

 
Dogbotz   Dogbotz Sale Item Speed Card Game by Pepys

Produced in the mid-1950s under the renowned Pepys card game line of Castell Brothers, Ltd., of Great Britain, the Speed card game is about, well, speed. The object of the game is for opponents to eliminate all the cards in their hands as speedily as they can.

The card game itsel...more>>

 
Dogbotz   Dogbotz Sale Item 1960 Milton Bradley's Game of the States

Patrick Price, co-owner of Dogbotz Boneyard, presents one of his all-time favorite (and now classic) games that he played with his family as a child - Game of the States. This is the 1960 version of the game originally produced by Milton Bradley. It is quite simply a great family game an...more>>

 
Dogbotz   Dino-Opoly

Extinct for 65 million years, dinosaurs continue to fascinate us. They ruled the planet for 160 million years, give or take a decade or two, but their fossilized remains provide our only clues to their existence.

How did they look? What did they eat? How did they live? And most mysterious...more>> Free Gift Certificate with purchase of this item.

 
Dogbotz   Dogbotz Sale Item Vintage 1963 Ed-U "The Chipmunks" Card Game

This children’s card game based on the television cartoon characters known as “Alvin and The Chipmunks” was manufactured and distributed in 1965 by Ed-U-Cards of New York. The vintage card game plays as a rummy-style game. Two instruction cards accompany the deck.

Al...more>>

 
Dogbotz   Dogbotz Sale Item 1934 Popeye Card Game

From the comic strip of Popeye the Sailor Man produced by King Features Syndicate, Inc., comes this 1934 card game featuring the cartoon character after which it is named. Popeye the Sailor Man was a cartoon fictional character created by Elzie Crisler Segar. Popeye first appeared in the daily Ki...more>>

 
Dogbotz   Dogbotz Sale Item 1933 Scavenger Hunt Game with Magnetic Bingo Markers as Added Bonus

Milton Bradley’s 1933 Scavenger Hunt card game is an extremely hard-to-find vintage game. Based on “the great Society Fun Racket,” as the advertising on the box cover indicates, the card game mimics the hunt for hidden treasures.

Both the box cover and cards hav...more>>

 
Dogbotz   1940s Wizard of Oz Card Game

Copyrighted in 1942 by Stationers’ Hall of England, this not-often-seen yet colorful family card game reflects the beloved characters of L. Frank Baum’s Oz children’s books and depicts the well-known images of the  Hollywood personalities who embodied the 1939 film...more>> Free Gift Certificate with purchase of this item.

 
Dogbotz   1958 Gunsmoke Board Game

Share the exciting adventures of Marshall Matt Dillon of the Gunsmoke television show. This action-packed western game was manufactured by Lowell Toy Manufacturing Corporation in 1958, after the release of the TV show itself, which was the longest-running show in television history &mdas...more>> Free Gift Certificate with purchase of this item.

 
Dogbotz   Dogbotz Sale Item Public Assistance & Capital Punishment Board Games

Coming together are two great games, both of which were banned in the 1980s and 90s: Public Assistance-Why Bother Working for a Living? and Capital Punishment. Public Assistance was originally released in 1980 by Hammerhead Enterprises, Inc., whereas this dual-game edition was m...more>>

 
Dogbotz   1956 Sergeant Preston of the Yukon Game

Considered one of the best examples of classic American 1930s-40s radio and 1950s television, this adventure series focused on Sergeant Frank Preston of the Northwest Mounted Police and his lead sled dog, Yukon King, as they fought evildoers in the Northern wilderness during the Gold Rush of the ...more>> Free Gift Certificate with purchase of this item.

 
Dogbotz   Dogbotz Sale Item Disneyland Riverboat Board Game

Copyrighted, manufactured and distributed in 1960 by the Parker Brothers Company of Salem, Massachusetts, the Disneyland Riverboat Game is nicely illustrated, both on the box cover as well as the game board. The game mimics travel along a river in Disneyland wherein the first player to c...more>>

 
Dogbotz   Dogbotz Sale Item 1958 Gray Ghost Board Game

The Gray Ghost was an American historical television series which aired on CBS in syndication from October 10, 1957, to July 3, 1958. The show is based upon the true story of Major John Singleton Mosby, a Virginia officer in the Confederate Army, whose cunning and stealth earned him the ...more>>

 
Dogbotz   Dogbotz Sale Item Trolley: The Great Card Game

Trolley: The Great Card Game is another rare antique card game being offered by Dogbotz Boneyard for a vintage game collection. Manufactured in 1904 by the Snyder Brothers Game Company of Elmira, New York, this game presents four different card games that can be played using the Trol...more>> This is an antique item.

 
Dogbotz   Milton Bradley's 1905 Snap Card Game

Copyrighted and manufactured in 1905 by the Milton Bradley Company (“Makers of the World’s Best Games”), this is a rare antique edition of the popular game Snap. The object of the game is to capture all the cards. The player who does that wins the game. Instructions for...more>> This is an antique item.Free Gift Certificate with purchase of this item.

 
Dogbotz   Dogbotz Sale Item 1931 Whip Card Game

This vintage 1931 card game was manufactured and distributed by Russell Manufacturing Company of Leicester, Massachusetts (not to be confused with Russell Playing Card Co.). Entitled The Comical Game of Whip, this game consists of eight sets of four identical illustrated cards, apparentl...more>>

 
Dogbotz   1955 Candy Land Board Game by Milton Bradley

Candy Land needs no introduction; this board game has been popular for children for about 60 years. This copy of the much beloved Milton Bradley game is a vintage 1955 versio, and it is in good condition, considering its age, having only one box corner broken, yet it has al...more>> Free Gift Certificate with purchase of this item.

 
Dogbotz   Dogbotz Sale Item Maurice Sendak's Little Bear Dominoes

Based upon the series of Little Bear books written by Else Holmelund Minarik and illustrated by renowned writer/illustrator Maurice Sendak, Maurice Sendak’s Little Bear Dominoes is a wondrous find! The game was originally manufactured by Great American Puzzle Factory in 19...more>>

 
Dogbotz   Dogbotz Sale Item Rare Bewitch Mind-Reading Board Game

Produced in 1964 by game manufacturers Selchow & Righter (makers of Parcheesi®), Bewitch: The Game of “Mind Reading” is a rapid-round family board game wherein players are tempted to outmaneuver one another by anticipating decisions and reactions to the pattern of pas...more>>

 
Dogbotz   Dogbotz Sale Item Wooden Fridge Food

This unopened package of wooden refrigerator food was manufactured by Melissa & Doug, LLC and replicates the sort of toys used in the 1960s. This nicely crafted wooden food has the appropriate graphic packaging for each item and is intended for “make believe” play in the little ki...more>>

 
Dogbotz   Dogbotz Sale Item Wu-Pee: A Novel Card Game for Children

Produced in the mid-1950s under the renowned Pepys card game line of Castell Brothers, Ltd., of Great Britain, Wu-Pee was marketed as “a novel card game for children.” The goal of the game is for one player to collect all nine cards that form the entire image of one of four s...more>>

 
Dogbotz   Dogbotz Sale Item Rare 1900s Wyhoo Game

Billed as a novel and amusing game by the Milton Bradley Company when copyrighted in 1906, the rare and antique Wyhoo is an easy to learn card game for all ages. The object of this game is to build piles of ten cards, with the Wyhoo cards acting as wild cards.

For being 110 years...more>> This is an antique item.

 
Dogbotz   Dogbotz Sale Item 1960 Seven Seas Board Game

In Seven Seas: The Game of Trade, venturesome traders compete for profits by buying and selling cargo on all the Seven Seas. This exciting and easy-to-play board game will entertain the entire family!

Manufactured in 1960 by Cadaco Ellis games, Seven Seas is in great vin...more>>

 
Dogbotz   Dogbotz Sale Item Built Rite's Highway Travel Card Game

Produced in the mid-1950s as a Built Rite toy, Highway Travel Card Game can be, according to the promotion on the box front, “played in auto or home.” With the then-newly shaped playing cards that are easier to hold as they fit a child’s hand, opponents can pla...more>>

 
Dogbotz   Dogbotz Sale Item Antique Lost Heir Game

The antique card game Lost Heir is based on a novel published in 1872 titled The Lost Heir of Linlithgow by Emma D. E. N. Southworth, who was considered the most widely read author of the late 19th century. There were British, American (1893), and Canadian versions published of ...more>> This is an antique item.

 
Dogbotz   Dogbotz Sale Item Vintage Milton Bradley Who, What or Where? Game

This vintage Who, What or Where? Game comes in its original box, which contains the box inserts, paper money, two question-and-answer booklets, four lock-in devices, and one odds board. The inside lid has instructions on how to play the game. The box cover shows minimal wear, an...more>>

 
Dogbotz   Dogbotz Sale Item Four Vintage Pocket Trivia Card Games

Broadcasting on 1420 kHz in Michigan City, Indiana is AM station WIMS, which has been serving the Northwest Indiana listening area since 1947. Its format is primarily oldies music, news, talk, sports, weather and traffic information. And, as with any good radio station, it runs promotional effort...more>>

 
Dogbotz   Dogbotz Sale Item Vintage Holland Tobacco Troost Number Card Game

From the 1960s comes this set of six number cards produced, as an advertising ploy, by Van Rossem’s Troost, “Holland’s Most Comfortable Tobacco.” This claim is based on Van Rossem’s Troost Special Cavendish recipe, which is a rich blend of the best tobaccos from Virg...more>>

 
Dogbotz   Dogbotz Sale Item Risk 2210 A.D.

Risk 2210 A.D. is based on the classic Risk board game originally released in the 1950s but with expanded rules and new game play, with futuristic underworld cities and moon territories to conquer. So, as the leader of one of the warring factions, you control the destiny of your...more>>

 
Dogbotz   Dogbotz Sale Item Star Trek Fleet Captains Board Game

With Star Trek Fleet Captains, you have an entire fleet at your command! This board game puts the entire Federation or Klingon fleet at your disposal as you fight for control over a sector of unexplored space. Encounter new civilizations, expand your influence by establishing an outpost ...more>>

 
Dogbotz   Dogbotz Sale Item Magnifico: Da Vinci Art of War Board Game

Produced by Oust Games in 2007, Magnifico: Da Vinci's Art of War board game strives to make you “Magnifico” through the conquest of Europe at the beginning of the 16th century. To do this, you need to use military strategy, the economy, and the am...more>>

 
Dogbotz   Dogbotz Sale Item Dinosaur Card Game

Dinosaur Card Game by International Playthings will provide hours of fun for dinosaur fans as they try to name the ten different dinosaurs depicted on these playing cards. This card game not only provides 40 cards but also eight challenging games to play:

 
Dogbotz   Dogbotz Sale Item Game of Mother Nature

The antique Game of Mother Nature was published by Russell Manufacturing Company of Leicester, Massachusetts in 1912. The object of the game is to be the player who makes the maximum number of sets of natural processes, such as a set that details the life of a caterpillar as it becomes a...more>> This is an antique item.

 
Dogbotz   Dogbotz Sale Item 1965 Birds of the World

Copyrighted and produced by Review and Herald Publishing Association of Washington, D.C., in 1965, Birds of the World became a quickly popular card game if for nothing more than the gorgeous illustrations of birds painted by Joe Maniscalco. Each card of the 48 cards of this game has not ...more>>

 
Dogbotz   Dogbotz Sale Item Touche Family Board Game

Manufactured in 1998, this award-winning family game by Cadaco adds a new twist to the usual card or board game! In Touché, using two decks of cards and with eight free spaces on the game board, the object of the game is to become the first player or team to complete the winning n...more>>

 
Dogbotz   Dogbotz Sale Item Tic-Tac Two

A World War II soldier created Tic-Tac Two as a way to help him and his comrades pass the time in a foxhole. This game is similar to the traditional tic-tac-toe, only better for one’s brain, which comes as no surprise for a game created by the Greatest Generation. What makes <...more>>

 
Dogbotz   Dogbotz Sale Item Thunderbird: The Mystic Game of Many Angles

Copyrighted in 1939 by C. W. Morgan, Thunderbird: The Mystic Game of Many Angles is an obscure yet highly original pre-World War II game. The inner box bottom serves as the game board upon which the tiles are played throughout the game. An instruction booklet describes the game’s &...more>>

 
Dogbotz   Dogbotz Sale Item Photo-Finish: The Exciting Game of Harness Racing

Acquired at an estate sale in coastal Maine, Photo-Finish: The Exciting Game of Harness Racing is a scarce vintage board game produced in 1972 by AAA Thought Games, Inc. For two to eight players, this board game recreates the thrills of harness horse racing. The game is complete and incl...more>>

 
Dogbotz   Dogbotz Sale Item A La Carte: French Chef Board Game

Designed by German game-maker Karl-Heinz Schmiel in 2010, the modern board game A la Carte pits players against each other in a cooking war to be named top French chef.

Follow the recipes to heat and spice your dishes accordingly, while attempting to avoid over-seasoning or burni...more>>

 
Dogbotz   Dogbotz Sale Item The Adventures of Oliver & Toes

Manufactured in the 1980s by Family Games of Quebec, Canada, The Adventures of (or, for French-speaking players, Les Aventures de) Oliver & Toes follows the escapades of two dogs as they tour their neighborhood, revealing interesting and amusing information about th...more>>

 
Dogbotz   Dogbotz Sale Item 1890 Jack and Jill Game

This antique Jack and Jill card was manufactured in 1890 by the Milton Bradley Company of Springfield, Massachusetts. Based on the theme on the nursery rhyme, the object of this card game is to earn 100 points by helping Jack and Jill up the hill without tumbling down. The 21 card deck i...more>> This is an antique item.

 
Dogbotz   Dogbotz Sale Item Vintage Belisha Card Game by Pepys

Published by Castell Brothers Ltd. (“Makers of Pepys Stationery”) of London comes this 1950s edition of Belisha, a road travel game for two or more players. This rummy-like card game was produced “with a sincere desire to make a helpful contribution to {Britain’s}...more>>

 
Dogbotz   Dogbotz Sale Item Flight Card Game

Manufactured in Great Britain during the mid-1950s, Flight Card Game was marketed as “A Wizard Game” and as a card game of “Fascinating Travel.” The fundamental objective of this airplane travel game is to be the first player to have a safe landing and to have no ...more>>

 
Dogbotz   Dogbotz Sale Item In Castle Land Game

In Castle Land card game was copyrighted in 1896 by The Fireside Game Company of Cincinnati, USA. The game consists of 52 cards (complete) with rules glued to the inner part of the lid. The game features images of some of the most celebrated castles of Europe.

The cards of In...more>> This is an antique item.

 
Dogbotz   Dogbotz Sale Item Contraband Card Game by Pepys

Produced in the late 1950s under the renowned Pepys card game line of Castell Brothers, Ltd., of Great Britain, the Contraband card game offers “a battle of fun,” as indicated on the box cover. The object of the game is to smuggle contraband through Customs, thereby avoiding ...more>>

 
Dogbotz   Dogbotz Sale Item The Finegrader Game

The Finegrader Game is a unique and rare family board game that focuses on all the diverse construction and grading applications that need to be completed on a major highway project. Copyrighted and manufactured in 1971 by the CMI Corporation of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, the object of thi...more>>

 
Dogbotz   Dogbotz Sale Item 1965 Bug-House Game

Produced in 1965 by Lakeside Toys of Minneapolis, Minnesota, and marketed as “The Nuttiest Card Game Ever,” Bug-House is, well, about building a house for bugs. Houses are built by drawing cards matching different parts of the home. These cards are then exchanged at the Lumbe...more>>

 



Home | Boneyard | About Us | FAQs | Contact Us | Links
Artwork | Tribal | Home Goods | Metalwork | Playthings | Wearables | Etc.
Art Resale - Tribal Resale - Home Goods Resale - Games Resale - Jewelry Resale - Collectibles Resale
© 2017 Dogbotz Boneyard. All rights Reserved. Site by Adroidea.