Tour of Switzerland - 1930s
A simple but beautifully illustrated game linked to all things Swiss.
Each player is given 12 counters, 2 of which are put into a pool. The throw of a die determines how far you move. When landing on a numbered square, the player refers to the list of places corresponding with the number and pays to or receives from the pool, the numbers of counters stated. When landing on a mountain pass - You must pay 1 counter to all other players. Customs squares will cost you 3 Counters! The player who first reaches or passes No. 132 Basle and takes the pool, and the winner is the one with most counters.
Grade 3 with damaged box and warped board under the Hoyle's Vintage Grading System (see here).