Chamborama

Nothing like indoctrinating kids at play to prefer your product.

The cartoon Mom is plainly soused.

Source, with more pics.

This “Jeu de Familles” from the 1960s promotes Chambord glassware. The object of the game is to complete family sets of the same item (wine glasses, small dishes, larger dishes, sugar bowls, etc) by asking opponents for a particular card, for example: “avez-vous l'assiette à desert de Grand-Père?"






     Posted By: Paul - Wed Aug 18, 2021
     Category: Games | 1960s | Europe





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In other words, it's a branded Happy Families given away as an advertising gimmick. I've seen dozens of those over the years, but the only one I can find in my decks-of-cards drawer right now is one with various fruits and vegetables (by type, of course!) published by something called the 'Dutch Swedish Seed Company' in what looks like the 1950s.
Posted by Richard Bos on 08/21/21 at 06:25 AM









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