Dominoes

Title unknown [card dominoes], 1827?
Designed and owned by Henry Jullier (?),
lithographed by Dubois
28/28, red and green marble
An elegant set


Title unknown [card dominoes], 1902?
Publisher unknown
28/28 plus one extra (United States), plain
The backs of several dominoes contain the pencilled names of states and/or consecutive numbers, many are stamped "Jan 17, 1902," and all are ticket-punched: the set seems to have been collected from different sources


DOMINO, THE GAME OF (No. 4180? 4130?),
Banner Series, c. 1900

McLoughlin Bros., New York, NY
48/48? (a "double-8" set of 45 cards plus 3 extra double-blanks, perhaps to be used in play), plain blue-green, instructions
Rules for the standard "draw" game


CHINESE PICTURE DOMINOES FOR FORMING COMPOUND WORDS, THE NEW, Games Without Gambling, early 1800s
E. Wallis, Skinner St., London, England
57/? handcolored pictorial "dominoes" on paper mounted on thin wood, mahogany box with sliding lid.
Not a standard domino set with suits, but a game which could perhaps be played by joining the tiles to make, per the title, "compound words";
publisher from a famous publishing family beginning about 1790