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A hand-crafted crokinole board typical of the earliest designs that began appearing in the Waterloo County region of Ontario during the late 1860s to early 1870s. Basswood (or pine) playing surface originally stained to a medium cherry colour with inlaid basswood ‘arrows’ as quadrant markers. 68.5 cm (27") diameter.

 
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