"Bradleys HAZARDS Bowling on the Green" was an early Milton Bradley game from the 1930s. The bright graphics on the box lid and the inside game are fabulous. A little like Skeetball, this game has you toss wooden balls into the holes in the box. Watch out, though, as there are sand traps!
The box lid instructions read:
The game is played on a buildup contained in a box having a hinged extension which fold over the end of the box forming an incline up which the wooden balls are bowled to the green. (A bit contorted...but fun to read!)
This very collectible and rare vintage game is in good condition. The wooden balls are all present and the game board with the flap is complete. There is scuffing and wear along the box's corners and edges and mild soiling on the lid. The bottom of the box has a split (see photos). The game board itself has some mild bends in a couple of places and some mild soiling.
This bowling game measures approximately 15 1/4 inches by 8 1/4 inches.
This early American game is very hard to come by and would be a valuable addition to any board game collection or a fun gift for a golfer. Plus FREE DOMESTIC SHIPPING!
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