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    • Game fables or tales of LaFontaine put into action. 

      (1815)
      Game fables or tales of LaFontaine put into action. With colored figures and cut, drawn and engraved by Lambert. Paris: Lambert. Received in trade from June Clinton, March, '93.
    • Hare and Tortoise" game 

      (2000)
      Hare and Tortoise" game. Author: David Parlett. Graphics: Franz Vohwinkel. English translation/editing: Jay Tummelson. Made in Germany. ©2000 Abacus Spiele Verlags KG. Rio Rancho, NM: Rio Grande Games. $18 from Ronald ...
    • Il gioco delle favole (The Fable Game) by Enzo Mari 

      (1965)
      Il gioco delle favole (The Fable Game) by Enzo Mari. Quarta variante. Milan: Danese. $15 at Games People Play, Cambridge, MA, June, '91.
    • Il gioco delle favole (The Fable Game) by Enzo Mari 

      (1965)
      Il gioco delle favole (The Fable Game) by Enzo Mari. Seconda variante. Milan: Danese. Two exemplars, gifts of Kathryn Thomas and Mary Pat Ryan.
    • Il gioco delle favole (The Fable Game) by Enzo Mari. Mantua: Corraini 

      (1965)
      Il gioco delle favole (The Fable Game) by Enzo Mari. Mantua: Corraini. $37.50 at Unicahome, Las Vegas, NE, March, '08.
    • Loto des Fables de LaFontaine. 

      (1860)
      Loto des Fables de LaFontaine." Twenty-four stiff 4½" x 7¼" cards using illustrations after those of J.J. Grandville. $120 from François Binetruy, Versailles, France, through Ebay, Dec., '00.
    • The Tortoise and the Hare" game 

      (1978)
      The Tortoise and the Hare" game. Made in USA. Girard, PA: Louis Marx Co. $2 from Connie Tibbitts, Providence, UT, through Ebay, March, '01.
    • Tortoise and Hare Checkers Board Game 

      (1980)
      Tortoise and Hare Checkers Board Game. Board, supporting base, instructions, and thirteen pieces each of tortoises and hares. Beige. About 12" square. The supporting base is broken. Hand-made in China. Hen-Feathers, King ...
    • Williamsburg Wooden Checkers 

      (1750)
      Williamsburg Wooden Checkers. The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation. Produced by The Charles H. Overly Studio, Harvard, Mass. Gift of the Lytton family, Dec., '84.