Vintage Original Ouija Board by William Fuld, Extra Large (c.1930-40s) N3
Add this hard-to-find extra large original Ouija board to your collection - lots of vintage fun!
This original Ouija board is from the late 1930s to early 1940s, prior to being sold to Parker Brothers (which happened in 1966). The Ouija board is a paper print over a hardboard base, which was the preferred method of manufacture from 1938 to 1950s.
From the back of the box: "Weird and mysterious. Surpasses, in its unique results, mind reading, clairvoyance and second sight. It furnishes never failing amusement and recreation for the entire family. As explainable as Hindu magic - more intense and absorbingly interesting than a mystery story."
We like to use it to unleash the hounds of hell... but that's just us (LOL!).
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This original Ouija board is in good vintage condition. The Ouija board itself is in good condition, showing only minor wear and minor scuff marks, as shown. The lower right corner of the Ouija board has a bit of the paper lifting, as shown. The backside of the board is in good condition, with just the upper-right corner with paper that has slightly lifted. The planchette is in good condition, including the original pin. The plastic around the pin is slightly worn, but still holds the pin in place. The box is no longer intact, but both sides of the box are included, as shown. The box shows a lot of wear. The board is marked patent "D Pat. No. 114,534" which was awarded to William Fuld in 1939. Please use the ZOOM tool to get a close up view of this item and its condition.
- 1 Large Original Ouija Board by William Fuld (as shown)
- Product Dimensions: box is 22" wide x 15-1/4" (normal size Ouija boards from this era are 18-1/2" wide x 12")
- Product Color: Black, Blue, Brown, Beige
- Product Material: Hardwood Board, Plastic Planchette
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