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Title: MacGregor Historic Games
Post by: groomporter on September 04, 2007, 07:08:55 PM
Just wanted to introduce ourselves as well. We produce a line of board, card and dice games from the past, and carry a playing cards from a range of eras. We were the ones demonstrating at reenactorfest
Wholesale pricing available http://historicgames.com

(http://historicgames.com/gifs/cardstrio.jpeg)
Title: Re: MacGregor Historic Games
Post by: Sturmkatze on September 04, 2007, 07:20:23 PM
Sounds great! I always like seeing cool period stuff like that. :-)
Title: Re: MacGregor Historic Games
Post by: groomporter on November 24, 2007, 10:51:01 AM
We're running a special on our period playing cards. Buy all three decks (German French and English) and we're throwing in a free booklet of early card games.

Also we've marked down our Tarot Visconti to $15.00. It's a miniature version of the oldest/most complete surviving tarot deck and we throw in our booklet of the earliest surviving games that were played with tarot cards
http://historicgames.com/RPcards.html

We've also stocked up on reproduction doubloons that can be props that cover a fairly wide range of time. If you buy a set of 100 we throw in a free Put & Take gambling top in simulated ivory/bone. It works the same as the "pirate" game sold these days under the name "Morgan's Revenge"
http://historicgames.com/RPdice.html
Title: Re: MacGregor Historic Games
Post by: monk on January 07, 2009, 12:28:04 PM
Do you folks travel at all? There is a Colonial Days event in Frederick MD on May 30&31st that could really use your presence,lol.
If you do,contact me.
Thanks,
Monk
Title: Re: MacGregor Historic Games
Post by: groomporter on January 07, 2009, 01:23:46 PM
We've been to the Colonial Market Fair at Fort Frederick a few years ago, but even with gas prices down, it's farther than we normally travel from our home in Minnesota. (It didn't help that it was the same year a splinter group set up a competing event and it rained all weekend  ;-( )

Here's a little more about what we do:
http://historicgames.com/jury.html

Feel free to Email me at webmaster@historicgames.com with current info.