Two excellent whist markers made by Charles Goodall and Son, c.1890-1900, called "The Camden.” One appears to be made of rosewood, with lighter wood tabs; the other appears to be made of ebony, with bone tabs. They measure 3.7" by 2.4" (from tip of tab to tip of tab). The tabs function well.
There are slight signs of wear, but the labels are intact and quite clear. Overall the condition is excellent. There are differences in the labels, and they are not a pair. Each is for sale separately for $20.
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Item ID: T00002227
Playing Cards and Card Game Collectibles
Antique and Vintage Playing Cards, Cribbage Boards, Whist Markers, Trump Indicators, Game Boxes, and Other Card Game Items