Minoru - 1930


Minoru is a British horse racing game manufactured by John Jacques. The five horses are die cast metal painted in different colors to designate racing teams. The large playing surface is folded felt. Named for King Edward VII's Epsom Derby-winning Irish thoroughbred racehorse, Minoru, the game Minoru was a popular parlor game, kept available in the lounge of hotels and clubs as well as in homes between the world wars. 

Includes original instructions, croupier rake, 6 painted metal horses and racetrack but missing cards and counters

Grade 3