1930s Wooden Table Football Game


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1930s - 40s

United Kingdom

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1930s Wooden Table Football Game

Charming portable table football game from 1930s.
All wood with painted players, This was possibly handmade, if so to a high standard.
Folds in half, closing with two catches and a carrying handle on one side.
This is a lovely size to place on a side or coffee table or you could mount it on a wall.

Played with condition with light wear but all working as it should.
Some stickers with old fashioned ink pen writing have been placed on places, these would be easy to remove but we have not done so as some customers do prefer evidence of game having been loved.
External three dimensional goal on one end (opposite end is missing but some question as to whether there would have been one as if so you could not place folded table down on its end).
No ball

UK mainland postage via Royal Mail Parcelforce: £12.75 Will be well wrapped and boxed

Additional measurements:
Length inc. exterior goal: 78cm
Depth inc. wooden turning handles at mid point (approx.): 63cm
Measurements are taken at widest points with game fully opened.


  • H: 8cm (3.15in)
  • W: 72cm (28.35in)
  • D: 39cm (15.35in)


1930s - 40s

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POACHERS BARN is a news business set up by an old hand at vintage antiques.  Selling online and based in West Sussex, any viewings will be by appointment only.

Poacher's Barn sells furniture, both rustic and modernist, and unusual decorative items often re-purposed from rural pursuits and the industrial past; we also sell some higher end mid century pieces.

We source our stock from UK and European markets and auctions, really buying anything that catch our eye and we think may consequently appeal to our customers. Age of pieces usually range from the 19th century through to the 1950s.

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