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The Game of Ports and Commerce
The Game of Ports and Commerce
by Parker Brothers (1899)
Player Count
1
Categories
  • Card Game
  • Economic
  • Educational
  • Mechanisms
  • Set Collection
  • Family
  • Traditional Card Game: Go Fish
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    Description

    This 1899 card game has a Happy Families mechanic. The cards are organized in sets of four. They are dealt out evenly among the players. Each player in turn asks another player for a card that matches one of his own: if successful, he gets the card and another turn; if not, the turn passes. The winner is the player to collect the most complete sets.

    What makes this game unique is that its cards feature actual early photographs of 13 U.S. cities: New York, Philadelphia, Chicago, Boston, San Francisco, New Orleans, Pittsburg (spelled this way), Buffalo, Richmond, Savannah, New Haven, Los Angeles and Honolulu.

    Each set of four cards shows the same photograph, with the cards representing the city and three of its primary products.

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