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Vintage Tower of Hanoi puzzle game (c 1950s) - Selective Salvage
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Vintage Tower of Hanoi puzzle game (c 1950s)

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A vintage brain teaser that has a nice sculptural look to it. The Tower of Hanoi is a puzzle introduced by French mathematician Édouard Lucas in 1883. The object is to move all the disks from the right rod to the left in the fewest number of moves, but like all games of logic, the solution is not as easy as it would seem. The rings are 1.25" to 2" in diameter. Unpainted and undated but likely dates no later than the 1950s. 

  • Vintage Tower of Hanoi puzzle
  • Made of softwood, possibly pine
  • Includes 6 rings
  • Undated but guesstimated to be from the 1950s

CONDITION:

Good vintage condition

SPECIFICS: 

Material:  Wood

Measures: 7" long x 3" high x 2.5" wide. Rings are 1.25" to 2" in diameter. 

 

NOTE: Because this is a vintage item, it carries the markers of age you would expect to see. Please review the photos carefully & ask questions because we are unable to accept returns or exchanges.

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