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John Gill patent “Hedgehog” cribbage board
Cribbage boards have been made since the early 1600s by amateur craftsmen, small workshops and large manufacturers. Some are more than game boards today—they’re antiques sought by collectors. Take a look at three 19th-century boards that were sold at a winter Garth’s auction.




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