An Aunt Sally Party



Cyril Hobbins in England has often told us how many different versions of Aunt Sally there were, and how some of them are still played today in some areas.

In this version you will see that Aunt Sally has a pipe. In another version Aunty is apparently mounted on a pipe that can turn like a turntable. The player(s) attempt to knock Aunty off, without turning the turn table. Our version that we make is of course another totally different version again.

The Artist is Richard Doyal 1824-1883. Thus, the drawing can be dated to approximately 1850.


An Aunt Sally Party

























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