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This original and complete Nazi era German Cities quartet game
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SAMPLE CARD FOR
The quartet card shown left is a single Probekarte, a promotional or sample card to advertise the Nazi quartet game called Das Deutschtum im Ausland (German-ness Abroad).
The advertising text shown above mentions this Quartettspiel was put together with photo material from Das Deutsche Ausland-Institut in Stuttgart. The most interesting aspect is the photo used: the 1937 Deutsche Tag Rally (German Day) on Long Island!
Extremely rare and in excellent condition!
This extremely rare original Nazi quartet advertising card is
offered for sale for $45.00 delivered in the USA (1st Class Mail).
NAZI ILLUSTRATED CARD GAME - QUARTETTSPIEL
A THIRD REICH QUARTETT CARD
GAME PLAYED SIMILAR TO RUMMY
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Published in the 1930s, this very rare card game called Deutschland Städte Quartett consists of a complete pack of forty-eight 2-3/4 x 4-3/8 inch playing cards; twelve sets of four each plus one card with instructions, in their original box.
The reddish-brown plaid backs are all the same of course but the fronts are all different. The pictures depict sights in the major Gaue and cities of Germany from Berlin to München (Munich) and Nürnberg (Nuremberg) to Wien (Vienna). There are photos of the Brandenburg Gate, 1936 Olympic Stadium, the Feldherrnhalle, House of German Art, NSDAP Braunes Haus, Nazi Party Days Grounds, Hitler’s birth house in Braunau am Inn, the Reichsautobahn bridge in Hamburg, Adolf Hitler Platz in Weimar, the Reichsautobahn and the Zeppelin Hindenburg, etc.
The games played with these cards were similar to common card games like Rummy. The cards are all in splendid condition with the exception of card 3 in the 11th (green triangle) suit which is bent and about 1 inch up from the lower right corner.