Traditional Ashanti Oware Game. Hand carved in Ghana from Osese Wood. Includes native Bonduc seeds as playing pieces. This is a Game of Antique value and a National treasure in Ghana as well as an entertaining social Game.
Antique Parlor Cabinet Made Of Rosewood, Burled Ash, Maple, Eastern White Pine, And Other Woods; Gilt And Bronze, Attributed To Pottier And Stymus And Marquetry Attributed To Joseph Cremer - American c.1859-1910
vintage everyday: Man Paid $2 for This Tintype in an Antique Shop in California, And the Image Is Valued at $5M Because It's the Billy the Kid’s Second Known Photo.. This 4-inch-by-5-inch tintype depicts Billy the Kid and several members of his gang, The Regulators, playing croquet in 1878. Billy is fourth from the left. (Courtesy of Randy Guijarro)