WW1 Trench Football by R. Farmers & Sons 1st 1916
Trench football is a printed card maze within a wooden case and glass front. It was made by R. Farmers & Sons in 1916. The objective of the game is to guide the ball from "kick off" past the pot holes marked with cartoon images of German military leaders and politicians (such as Hindenburg, Terpitz and Zeppelin). The player needs to guide the ball past the Kaiser's open mouth into the back of the net.
In superb condition, both front and back are with no damage or colour loss. There are copies in the Imperial War Museum and National Football Museum.