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# 09082 - 1964 Royalty Word Card game S.J. Miller $14.95
                                   Excellent Condition (nice card decks)

# 00000 - 1964 Royalty Word Card game S.J. Miller $12.95
                                   Very Good Condition - Sold Out

# 00000 - 1964 Royalty Word Card game S.J. Miller $11.95
                                   Acceptable Condition - Sold Out

Royalty Word game
©1964, S. J. Miller
Ages: 9 to 99
Players: 2 to 4
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1 Plastic smart case
2 Plastic card decks
(106 cards with gold edges)
1 Red card deck (53 cards)
1 Black card deck (53 cards)
Rules


Deck 1 Card Listing
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Deck 2 Card Listing
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DESCRIPTION - from the game
The object of the game is to form and build-on words that
offer the highest scoring values.  The player or team who
scores the most points wins the game.
Game Contents
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box. Parts will be sent out within two days of payment.
the WORD GAME you play with cards
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This game is usually found without the plastic smart case.
We do not include it in the game condition rating.
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The darker deck compliments the light one,
in that it has A: 3 black 2 red, instead of A:
3 red 2 black, etc.