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# 09744 - 1990 Trumpet game International Games $16.95
                                Excellent Condition

# 00000 - 1990 Trumpet game International Games $14.95
                                Very Good Condition - Sold Out

# 00000 - 1990 Trumpet game International Games $12.95
                                Acceptable Condition - Sold Out

Trumpet game
©1990, IGI
Ages: 9 to Adult
Players: 2 to 6
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1992 Trumpet game International Games, Inc. (IGI)
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1 Game board
1 Plastic card tray
69 Game cards
3 Wild cards
11 Crown cards #1-11
11 Diamond cards #1-11
11 Star cards #1-11
11 Heart cards #1-11
11 Clover cards #1-11
11 Spade cards #1-11
6 Doll pawns
1 Purple pawn
1 Blue pawn
1 Yellow pawn
1 Red pawn
1 Green pawn
1 Black pawn
6 Token chips
1 Purple crown
1 Blue diamond
1 Yellow star
1 Red heart
1 Green clover
1 Black spade
DESCRIPTION from the publisher
In Trumpet game each round is won by the highest card played of the suit
led, or by the highest Trump card played.  The winning player advances
along the scoring board path.  The lead changes unpredictably as each
Trump suit has its turn at the top.  Excitement builds as first one, then
another of the six suits temporarily becomes the most powerful.

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1991 Game of the Year Award
Games Magazine
NOTE: The rules refer to
72 cards which includes
additional non-essential
advertising cards.