Play Time: 60 minutes
An interesting 2-player Bridge game manufactured in polished wood by Chas Goodall & Sons Ltd, Camden Works London at some time in the early 20th Century. The main component of the game is a pair of stepped wooden slabs with 13 slots cut into them at 45 degrees so 2 dummy hands can be stood up at that angle, the slabs can then be placed on the table so one player can see the cards, but opponent can’t. The actual rules for this 2-player version of Bridge are on the back of the wooden steps.
Although the actual date of manufacture has not been established, the game carries a patent dated 1905.