Small Boxed Sets

#050 “The Ancient Game of China” Wooden Slide Top Boxed Set

  • Wooden Slide Top Box With Picture Of Chinese Man And Chinese Ideographs Carved Into Lid, Interior Contains Two Compartments, One For Tiles And One For Counters
  • Made in USA Circa 1923
  • Tu-Tone Pyralin (Celluloid) Tiles (white/black)
  • Celluloid Counters, 5 Red Dots – 12 Each, 1 Red Dot – 16 Each, 10 Black Dots – 40 Each, And 2 Black Dots – 48 Each
  • Medium Celluloid Dice, 2 Each
  • Thin Celluloid Ming With 4 Wind Disks
  • Instructions For “The Ancient Game of China”, Front Cover Is Red With Gold Marbled Pattern And Black Chinese Ideographs, Inside Front Cover “The Ancient Game of China”, Copyrighted 1923 By Milton Bradley Company, Springfield, Mass., “Makers of The World’s Best Games”, Note: No Reference is Made To Any Name in The Instruction Book Other Than The Ancient Game of China
  • Ideographs on the Dragon tiles translate to “Center, Prosperity”
  • Ideographs on the Green Honor tiles translate to “Plum, Orchid, Bamboo, Chrysanthemum”
  • Ideographs on the Red Honor tiles translate to “Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter”

#052 “Pung Chow” Style 302 Set

  • Black Wooden Slide Top Box With Painted Design on Cover, Dragon, “Pung Chow”, And Chinese Ideographs. Inside Contains Two Compartments One For Tiles And One For Counters
  • Made in China Circa 1923
  • Original 1923 price $15.00
  • Wood Blocks Tiles With Pyralin (Celluloid) Tops (White/Natural Wood), Circles And Bamboos Have No English Numbers Printed On Them
  • Celluloid Counters, 5 Blue Dots – 8 Each, 1 Blue Dot – 15 Each, 10 Red Dots – 33 Each, 2 Red Dots – 28 Each
  • Small Celluloid Dice, 2 Each
  • Black Wooden Racks, 4 Each, (Racks Do Not Fit Into Case)
  • “Pung Chow, The Game Of A Hundred Intelligences”, Front Cover, Printed In Gold Ink “Pung Chow”, Chinese Ideographs, “Manufactured And Distributed By Pung-Chow Company Incorporated. 21 East 40th Street, New York City, 113 Rue Massenet, Shanghai China”, Inside Front Cover, “Pung Chow”, “The Game of a Hundred Intelligences”, The Pung-Chow Trademark, “Pung-Chow Is Our Trademark It Identifies Our Products, Manufactured And Distributed By Pung-Chow Company Incorporated, 21 East 40th Street, New York City, 113 Rue Massenet, Shanghai China. Pung-Chow Score Card, Score Card on One Side And Doubling Card on The Other.
  • Ideographs on the Dragon tiles translate to “Center, Prosperity”
  • Ideographs on the Green Honor tiles translate to “Plum, Orchid, Bamboo, Chrysanthemum”
  • Ideographs on the Red Honor tiles translate to “Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter”

#067 “The Ancient Game of China”

  • Wooden Slide Top Box With Picture of Chinese Man And Chinese Ideographs Carved Into Lid, Interior Contains Two Compartments, One For Tiles And One For Counters, Sticker On Inside of Lid With Point/Counter Breakdown
  • Made in USA Circa 1923
  • Tu-tone Wooden Tiles With Celluloid Tops (Light Wood/Dark Wood)
  • Celluloid Counters, Yellow (500 Pt) – 12 Each, Blue (100 Pt) – 16 Each, Green (10 Pt) – 39 Each, And Red (2 Pt) – 47 Each
  • Small Celluloid Dice, 2 Each
  • Thin Celluloid Ming With 4 Wind Disks
  • Ideographs on the Dragon tiles translate to “Center, Prosperity”
  • Ideographs on the Blue Honor tiles translate to “Plum, Orchid, Bamboo, Chrysanthemum”
  • Ideographs on the Green Honor tiles translate to “Harp, Chess, Writing, Painting”

#070 “Ma Chong/Kong Chow” Tin Boxed Set

  • Black Tin Box With Hinged Cover, Cover Markings; Two Chinese Ideographs And A Picture of A Sparrow, Small Tag on Side of Box; Patented February 27, 1923, Tindeco.
  • Made in China Circa 1923
  • Bone and Bamboo Tiles
  • Bone Dice, 4 Each With Wooden Box With Sliding Top
  • Ideographs on the Dragon tiles translate to “Center, Prosperity”
  • Ideographs on the Green Honor tiles translate to “Harp, Chess, Writing, Painting”
  • Ideographs on the Red Honor tiles translate to “Plum, Orchid, Bamboo, Chrysanthemum”

#071 Red Tin Boxed Set

  • Maroon Tin Box With Lift Off Cover And Lift Out Tin Tray, Cover Markings; Two Chinese Ideographs
  • Made in China Circa 1923
  • Carved Bamboo Tiles
  • Bone Counters, 8 Each With 5 Red Dots, 36 Each With 1 Red Dot, 36 Each With 10 Black Dots, And 40 Each With 2 Black Dots
  • Bone Dice, 4 Each With Wooden Box With Sliding Top
  • Bone Canister Ming With 4 Bone Disks
  • Ideographs on the Dragon tiles translate to “Center, Prosperity”
  • Ideographs on the Green Honor tiles translate to “Harp, Chess, Writing, Painting”
  • Ideographs on the Red Honor tiles translate to “Plum, Orchid, Bamboo, Chrysanthemum”

#077 “Ma Chong/Kong Chow” Tin Boxed Set

  • Black Tin Box With Hinged Cover, Cover Markings; Two Chinese Ideographs And A Picture of A Sparrow, Small Tag on Side of Box; Patented February 27, 1923, Tindeco.
  • Made in China Circa 1923
  • Carved Bamboo Tiles
  • Bone Counters, 8 Each With 5 Red Dots, 36 Each With 1 Red Dot, 36 Each With 10 Black Dots, And 40 Each With 2 Black Dots
  • Bone Dice, 4 Each With Wooden Box With Sliding Top
  • Bone Canister Ming With 4 Bone Disks
  • How To Play “Ma Chong”/”Kong Chow”, (Sparrow-Bones)
  • Ideographs on the Dragon tiles translate to “Center, Prosperity”
  • Ideographs on the Red Honor tiles translate to “Plum, Orchid, Bamboo, Chrysanthemum”
  • Ideographs on the Green Honor tiles translate to “Harp, Chess, Writing, Painting”

#083 Black Chinese Cardboard Boxed Set

  • Red Heavy Cardboard Box With Lift Off Cover, With Two Yellow Chinese Ideographs on Cover, And One Yellow Painted Chinese Ideograph on Left End And Label Marked No. 1A, Made in China on Right End
  • Made in China Circa 1923
  • 2mm Bone And Bamboo Tiles
  • Bone Counters, 8 Each With 5 Red Dots, 36 Each With 1 Red Dot, 35 Each With 10 Black Dots, And 40 Each With 2 Black Dots
  • Bone Dice, 2 Each
  • Bone Canister Ming With 4 Bone Disks
  • Ideographs on the Dragon tiles translate to “Center, Prosperity”
  • Ideographs on the Green Honor tiles translate to “Plum, Orchid, Bamboo, Chrysanthemum”
  • Ideographs on the Red Honor tiles translate to “Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter”

#091 Black Wood Slide Top Boxed Set

  • Black Wooden Slide Top Box With Picture of Floating Tile And Tiger on Cover
  • Made in China Circa 1923
  • 3mm Bone And Bamboo Tiles
  • Bone Counters, 8 Each With 5 Red Dots, 36 Each With 1 Red Dot, 36 Each With 10 Black Dots, And 40 Each With 2 Black Dots
  • Bone Dice, 3 Each
  • Bone Canister Ming With 4 Bone Disks
  • Ideographs on the Dragon tiles translate to “Center, Prosperity”
  • Ideographs on the Green Honor tiles translate to “Plum, Orchid, Bamboo, Chrysanthemum”
  • Ideographs on the Red Honor tiles translate to “Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter”

#114 Green Cloth Covered Boxed Set

  • Green Cloth covered wood box with let down from flap, leather strap handle, with five trays, four for tiles and one for counters, gray pattern cloth covering on trays as well as inside of box flap.
  • This tile set was made during the 1930’s during the civil war in China showing the desire of a united country, and the port to the western world, Shanghai
  • Made in China Circa 1930
  • 2mm Bone and Bamboo Tiles
  • Bone Counters 8 – 6 red/6 black dots, 40 – 1 red/3 black dots, 32 – 8 red dots, 35 – 2 red dots, all end marked
  • Three small bone chinese style dice
  • The Blue Book, Official Rules for the Chinese Game of Woo sometimes called MaChong and other Americanized Names. Inside front cover same with ‘By Vern E. Scott, Former American Vice Consul to China, and Dwight K. Grady, Former Director, Foreign and Domestic Trade, San Francisco Chamber of Commerce. Copyright 1922 by Vern E. Scott, Published by V.E. Scott & Co., 24 California Street, San Francisco, USA, Introduction by the Authors, San Francisco, July 8, 1922.
  • Bamboo tiles are bamboo seed design
  • Ideographs on the Dragon tiles traslate to “Center, Prosperity”
  • Ideographs on the Red Honor tiles translate to “United Country”
  • Ideographs on the Blue Honor tiles translate to “Shanghai – The Civilized World”

#115 Parker Brothers “Tuxedo” Boxed Set

  • Rosewood slide top box with brass nameplate in center of top, marked ‘Mah-Jongg, Reg. US Patent Office, for the Mah-Jongg Sales Co., Parker Brothers, Inc., Salem, New York, London. Four fiberboard trays, each holding 35 tiles, 4 white dragons stored in counter tray.
  • Made in China Circa 1923
  • Bakelite Tiles (Yellow) all in original wrap
  • Round Catalin disks, 12 green, 20 blue, 32 white, 40 red, all in original wrap
  • Two large bakelite dice
  • Rules for Mah-Jongg, Reg. US Patent Office, Copyright 1920 by JP Babcock, Copyright 1923 by Parker Brothers, Inc., Salem, Mass., New York, London
  • Ideographs on the Dragon tiles translate to “Dragon, Phoenix”
  • Ideographs on the Green Honor tiles translate to “Made in China – Mahjong”
  • Ideographs on the Red Honor tiles translate to “Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter”

#116 Parker Brothers “Tuxedo” Boxed Set

  • Rosewood slide top box with brass nameplate in center of top, marked ‘Mah-Jongg, Reg. US Patent Office, for the Mah-Jongg Sales Co., Parker Brothers, Inc., Salem, New York, London. Four fiberboard trays, each holding 35 tiles, 4 white dragons stored in counter tray.
  • Made in China Circa 1923
  • Boxwood Tiles with Ivoroid Tops
  • Celluloid Sticks, 8 with 5 red dots, 35 with 1 red dot, 32 with 10 black dots, and 39 with 2 black dots.
  • Two Large Celluloid Dice
  • Ideographs on the One Dot tiles translate to “Free Mahjong”
  • Ideographs on the Dragon tiles translate to “Dragon, Phoenix”
  • Ideographs on the Green Honor tiles translate to “Made In China – Mahjong”
  • Ideographs on the Red Honor tiles translate to “Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter”