War Games and More Peter Newell Patents

If you enjoyed my previous posts on Peter Newell’s toy and toy-book patents, you cannot miss these on War Games from the Boer War and War Games from World War II from Steve van Dulken’s Patent Blog at the British Library.

Here, by the way, is another “Educational Toy” patented by Newell in 1921:

Peter Newell's Educational Toy

This invention relates to educational toys intende more especially for children; and the object of my invention is to provide a simple, convenient, attractive and instructive device whereby a succession of figures or pictures representing animals or objects of various kinds can be individually presented to view, together with the letters in sequence of the name of each animal or object thus presented in picture form…

This one, filed under the unlikely title of Vlamoakaph Co, includes the Jungle Jangle patent I already posted as well as one for The Hole Book (with scenes that were not used for the book),

Peter Newell's Hole Book Patent

and applications of the same principle “to commercial as distinguished from literary productions.”

Commercial Application Patent

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