PICTURESQUE ROUND GAME OF THE PRODUCE AND MANUFACTURES OF THE COUNTIES OF ENGLAND AND WALES.
London: Edward Wallis, No date [Circa 1830].. A hand-coloured lithographed sheet cut into sixteen sections and mounted on linen; contained, when folded, in a cloth gilt slipcase together with 20 page book of rules and explanation. Unfolded: 20 x 6 inches. Covers of book restored at spine, lower blank corner of game worn; else a very good and clean copy One of the most attractive table games of the period and possibly the first to replace the conventional map with a pictorial representation of the counties. Whitehouse page 14.