VINTAGE Jewish 1950 Israel CARD GAME Int'l FLAGS Cards

DESCRIPTION : Here f or sale is an ISRAELI - HEBREW - JEWISH playing CARD GAME named " DGALIM - FLAGS" which was published in TEL AVIV Eretz Israel and was in use In the 1950's up to the early 1960's ( Still carries the remains of the TAX stamp of that period ). The GAME consists of 24 CARDS , Depicting NATIONAL FLAGS of 12 different COUNTRIES from all over the GLOBE : Israel , Canada , India , Argentina , Australia , Egypt , Hungary , Russia , Japan , Greece , United Kingdom ( England - Britain ) and Chile . 25 CARDS , All BEAUTIFULY DESIGNED with VIVID colors. and a CARD of instructions. The CARDS were designed by DAVID GILBOA , One of the most popular ILLUSTRATOR of CHILDREN'S BOOKS , Passover HAGGADAH and GAMES . The back of cards is also nicely designed with the logo of the publisher - "DA'AT" from Tel Aviv Israel . The GAME includes also an ILLUSTRATED thin cardboard box. The CARDS were never played with and the wole game is in MINT - PRISTINE condition. Its only imperfection is external shelf wear of the box . Size of box around 4 x 3 x 0.75 " . Size of CARDS is around 2.5 x 3.5". ( Pls look at scan for accurate AS IS images ) . Will be sent inside a rigid protective packaging .

AUTHENTICITY : The CARD GAME is fully guaranteed ORIGINAL from the 1950's and the early 1960's ( Still carries the remains of the TAX stamp of

PAYMENTS : All payment methods accepted : Paypal , etc.
SHIPPMENT : SHIPP worldwide via registered airmail is $12.5 . Will be sent inside a rigid protective envelope .
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