Charles Goren’s BRIDGE FOR TWO by Milton Bradley

denny
Submitted by denny November 27th, 2010
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I really liked the illustrations on the lid of the box and the combination of the red and black.

This is on the under side of the lid.

The fold out game board for your table top.

The supplies.

2 Responses to “Charles Goren’s BRIDGE FOR TWO by Milton Bradley”

  1. Allee Willis

    Allee Willis

    These used to show up so often at thrift shops I can’t tell you. I would always snap them up because it seemed like a good thing to throw into a gift, especially as I always promoting fun and interaction. But all of a sudden it seemed like the supply dried up. The sets were also usually complete just like this one. Which made me wonder if Bridge in this form wasn’t fun. I never knew how to play so had no idea. I’m so happy to see that one has emerged again and in perfect shape.

    The illustration inside kills me. The couple looks so happy as If all it took was a nice game of Bridge.