Game-board showing a cross-section of a mine and the network of tunnels leading down from 6 buildings, along the tunnels, various numbers which represent ore.  Accompanied by 5 of an original 6 tokens in the form of miners, a rule sheet and an oblong box in which are small squares of glass, possibly originally used as counters. Kept in an embossed box with gold margins and bearing a printed label with an illustration of a mine and the title in German, and beneath the lower margin, in French and English.  Hand-coloured lithograph, pasted onto marbled board

Der Bergbau (The Working of Mines)
1893,1122.1,
AN322267001

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