The Secret Seven card game - 1955


This is a first edition Secret Seven card game illustrated by Bruno Kay, published by Pepys in 1955, is based around the children’s detective stories by Enid Blyton.

There are four suits, green, red, black and yellow, each with the same eleven cards numbered 2 to 12. The game is played as in Sevens. The year 1955 must have been the peak of Pepys production of card games – so many are dated in this year.

A very fun and desirable game to play! 


Contains a full deck of 44 brightly coloured cards with no damage. Rules booklet present but due to the staple having rusted the pages have separated. Contained in the original box which is edge worn and lightly faded on a couple of sides. The top flap has been repaired so that it still holds together well. Grade 3 under the Hoyles Vintage Grading System