Though actually a 19th-century American invention, the game acquired an exotic allure rivaling the widely popular mah-jongg when marketed as Chinese checkers. This version has a wood board and vividly colored glass marbles.
Tin Chinese checkers board with rotating game surface
that reveals cups for storing the original glass marbles, ten of each color. Marked "Made in the United States of American by Kawger Steel Corp., New York, N.Y."
"Chinese checkers is a game best left hanging
upon a wall, we have decided. For Chinese checker boards boast the most wonderful color schemes and graphics and look really amazing when hung up in a place of honor. Check out ...