Magic Dots for Little Tots Circa 1907 Cat Dog Owl Coloring Game - image 1 of 13

The set consists of ten heavy cardboard cards with pictures of a pig, fox, ram, owl, rat, dog, cow, hen, cat, and bee. There is a box within the game containing several 100-colored dots. The game's object is to put the colored dots in the holes spelling out the animal’s name.

The game is housed in a paperboard box with a chromolithograph image of a girl holding up a finished dot picture. The inside of the lid has instructions on how to play the game.

The game is in good condition, the box does have some wear. What is interesting is the repair of the lid. The box lid had a tear, and a previous owner took time to stitch the tear back together. Take a moment and look at the photograph and you will see what I mean.

The box is not too large measuring 6 ½ by 4 ½ inches and is ¾ of an inch thick. This is a wonderful old game made in the very early 1900s. Enjoy!

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Magic Dots for Little Tots Circa 1907 Cat Dog Owl Coloring Game


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