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Classic Board Game in Tin

Timeless Kids’ Games In the Classic Editions You Remember

Classic Board Game in Tin

Timeless Kids’ Games In the Classic Editions You Remember


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Treat your children to the classics with these collectible editions of favorite board games featuring vintage game boards, playing cards, and game pieces. Based on the 1956 edition of Chutes and Ladders is a fun way for kids to lean about life’s ups and downs. All come in convenient take-anywhere tins. Chutes and Ladders, ages 3 and up;

  • Collectible editions of classic board games
  • Featuring Chutes and Ladders
  • Each boasts vintage game boards, playing cards, and game pieces
  • All come in take-anywhere tins

Travel with your kids back in time to when you where a child by introducing them to these classic board games—Candy Land, Chutes and Ladders, and Sorry!


WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD--Small parts
Not for children under 3 yrs.

Classic Board Game in Tin

Safety Warnings

Chutes and Ladders and Candy Land recommended for children ages 3 and over. Sorry is recommended for ages 6 and older.Small parts warning: choking hazard

Materials

Tin, Cardboard, Wood and Paper.

Sizing & Specifications
Origin

Manufactured In: China

Material - Country Of Origin: China

62905

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Great surprise for children! I purchase this item for a needy family who are struggling. They play it daily and parents also! September 27, 2013
The original Candy Land! I was looking for the game Candy Land for my grandson who is turning three soon. There are two modern versions in the stores and both are atrocious! So, I turned to the Vermont Country Store to see if I could find the original game and I did! I bought two, one for my grandson and one for home. The game is the original version which my husband and I played with our kids many many times. It has an added bonus feature of being stored in a tin can which means that it will be well protected when not in use. March 12, 2013
Same game, nice packaging It's nice to have the classic game in a tin, vs the cardboard boxes that fall apart so easily. January 5, 2013
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