Tripletell Game

Contributed by Antiques Roadshow - Beverley

This game was played in 1920s and is made of oak. It was inherited from the contributor's grandfather. The game seems to involve points and a cue. We'd love to hear form anyone who knows how this game was played. Leave a comment below.

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  • 1. At 21:05 on 2 January 2011, Kelli wrote:

    We have this game as well that we recieved as a gift. Ours has two red balls, one is slightly bigger than the other, and one small pool cue. It says "Tripletell, British Made" and "Patent # 445370." It also has a scoring system on the side for two players up to 100. If anyone has more information on this game, it would be greatly appreciated.

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