Virginia Beach games and puzzles, 1967-2008


<7> items in <3> storage boxes 28 x 35 x 3 cm ; 43 x 53 x 8 cm ; 27 x 32 x 12 cm.
Organized into three series: I. Board games ; II. Puzzles ; III. Card games.
Series I. Board game: All About Virginia Beach (All About Town, Inc., c1982). Box has "Sponsored by the Virginia Beach Chamber of Commerce." Graphic representation of Virginia Beach as a board game -- The board is constructed of 6 jigsaw-pieces forming a rectangular board with "roads" and "businesses" on a green background, with drawings of trees and other illustrations. Board and game pieces have names of local businesses and approximate 1982 locations. Game includes surprise cards, travel cards, play money, 2 dice, 15 cardboard playing pieces, with stands, rules. Also includes 36 business coupons on 3 sheets; coupons expired 1982-1983. These are promotional and not a part of the board game.
Series I. Board game. Virginia Beach'opoly resort property trading game (Atlantic Game Company, pub. approximately 2005.), for 2-6 pages, ages 8 and up -- Rectangular board edged with photographs of "property" representing local businesses and landmarks, current at least in 2005 (date King Neptune Statue was dedicated). Includes deed cards, tokens, play money, rules, and other paraphernalia.
Series II. Jigsaw puzzle. The Old Cape Henry Light-- Virginia 1791 (Milton Bradley Early American Jigsaw Puzzle, c1967) ages 12-adult) Unopened, 500 plus pieces. Milton Bradley number 4776-3 -- Image appears as if it were crewel embroidery on burlap.
Series II. Jigsaw puzzle. Virginia Beach. Child's wooden puzzle (21 pieces in wooden frame), 23 x 30 x 1 cm -- On back in crayon or pencil "Michae" [sic] and "Adam."..
Series II. Jigsaw puzzle. Sailboats, Virginia Beach (Atlantic Coast America series). (Toronto : Canadian Group : Sure-Lox, c2008 8 x 20 x 20 cm.). -- Also on box, c2008 Chris A. Crumley. Crumley is a Norfolk-area based photographer. 1000 pieces.
Series II. Jigsaw puzzle. Founders Inn puzzle -- 432 fully interlocking pieces in unopened plastic bag inside cardboard cylinder (21 cm x 10 cm.). Likely published by the Founders Inn and Conference Center.
Series II. Playing cards. Virginia Beach. Round playing cards in plastic case (made in Hong Kong; 8 cm. diameter) -- Container cover and card backs have color drawings of Cape Henry Lighthouse, The Norwegian Lady, and Convention Center (i.e., the Dome/Alan B. Shepard Civic Center, which was razed in 1994).

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