- בארץ, 880-01
1 online resource (1 card game : 48 cards) : lithograph on cardstock, color ; 4 1/16 x 2 7/8 in. ; 10 x 8 cm +, box (4 1/2 x 3 1/2 x 1 3/8 in.), 2 sheets ( 4 1/16 x 2 7/8 in.)
Place of Publication
The top lid of the box has 1/481 or 7/487 written in pencil on the inside. One of the cards (XII, 4) has a stamp in Hebrew letters on the back.
One deck of nonstandard playing cards with images printed on top half of each card and Hebrew text printed on lower half. Some images feature specific landscapes and architecture from Palestine; other images are more general agriculture, people, and houses. On the back of every card is a Star of David with palm trees next to a structure in the center; two flowers flank the star.
The cards are stored in a paperboard box with green border. An image of a building in a green field with a stone wall is on the lid.
The inventory sheet is written in Hebrew, German, and English.
The instruction sheet is written in Hebrew, German, English, and Yiddish.
"Rules. The game consists of 48 cards. 4 cards containing the same picture make a set. Mix the cards well and distribute them. Who receives a set, puts it aside before they commence playing. Now the eldest begins. He asks one of the players for a card he wants to complete a set. If the other has got it, he has to give it up. The first now asks again for a missing card for a set, and continues to ask until he gets the answer 'No'. The one who has asked and had not got the card now in his turn asks, and so on. Who has got the most sets in the end, has won the game."
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