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The Mystifying Oracle / Ouija

board game


This Ouija Board set dates from 1938. The Ouija board was first seriously marketed to the American public in 1890 by three business partners. Two years later they lost the business to one of their clerks, William Fuld. The game bears his name to this day.

ManufacturerWilliam Fuld
OriginBaltimore, MD
Object ID105.222

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