A fantastic, very primitive late 19th/early 20th century gameboard in pine. It is made as a box with a drawer to store the game pieces. The top is painted in black and white. The maker obviously was not a trained cabinet-maker, as the box is made with simple mitres and nailed edges. Humourously, he painted faux dovetails on the top, which really adds a fun bit of character to this piece. One small section of the drawer is missing.
This gameboard was found in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
A late 19th C Canadian primitive painted pine gameboard, found in Nova Scotia
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