This is an interesting Wallis game board circa 1800.
It is paper on linen and folds into the slip case pictures.
The game is called the Picturesque Round Game and is scenes of England and Wales.
It would have been played with a teetotum instead of dice.
Dice were outlawed in the early 19th century because gambling was not favorably looked upon.
The game would have been played like most game boards with counters and people taking turns.
An interesting version of a Georgian game board.
Condition: The game bard has been reinforced with gauze tape on the folding areas to keep the bard game together. There is minor paper wear.
The slip case is for a Wallis game, but not this one.
Size: Board is 26 1/2 by 20 1/2 inches. Slip case is 7 3/4 by 5 5/8 by 5/8 inches.
Antique Early 19th Century Wallis Game Board