Cribbage remains one of the most popular card games in the English-speaking world. The game is thought to have been invented by Sir John Suckling, an English Poet, who changed the rules of an earlier game called Noddy. Sir John was a wealthy, well-traveled Casanova with a notorious sense of humor. His biographer said of him: The greatest gallant of his time, the greatest gamester both for bowling and cards, so that no shopkeeper would trust him for sixpence. The game of cribbage remains his legacy, and is enjoyed largely throughout the English-speaking world and is a popular pub game.
Solid wood, 2-lane folding board
A deck of cards, 6 metal pegs, and instructions store neatly in the folded board
Engraved with the name of our favorite Vermont shop.