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For thousands of Jewish women from the city, the suburbs and the Catskills alike, the weekly Mah Jongg games, with their friendly wagers, were as much a ritual as lighting Friday night Shabbat candles. Mah Jongg night was a big deal, recalls Audrey Kaplan, whose mother was a regular player when Kaplan was growing up in the s. Now a regular player herself, Kaplan has vivid childhood memories of the snacks that her mother served. Women playing mah jongg in the Catskills, c. Collection of Harvey Abras.
I have finally come to the realization it is time to start downsizing my Mah Jong collection of almost 20 years. The games in my store have all been lovingly displayed and played with over the years I have owned them and I truly hope their new adopting family will treasure them as much as I have! Monobridge games are easily recognized by their distinctive one bamboo and one circle. Finally a game that doesn't need joker stickers! The tiles are a very simple and crisp design and this game is likely from the late 40's perhaps early 50's - it has the simple style character tiles.
See item details. In Antiques and Collectors Sale. Mahjong set, in a cloth case, labelled - "Mono Bridge, New York", width 50cms and two Japanese figures, 3. Please note that we do not pack or ship items.