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Socca Ball

A fabulous early predecessor of the classic Crossfire game produced by Chad Valley in the 1930s. Three feet long and made of solid wood.

Missing a couple of the netting pieces - any chance you might have one?

Socca Ball (early)
Socca Ball (early)
This is the first pre-patent version in a shorter box. Complete and in working order.
Socca Ball (early)£145.00
Socca-Ball
Socca-Ball
What a game!, a huge wooden beast of a shooting game dated 1933. This is the slightly later patent-awarded version in a longer box.
Socca-Ball£145.00
Game components
Game components
A huge box containing a wooden pitch, two Little Bombo Shooter guns, netting and pellets plus ping pong ball.
The goals
The goals
Lovely wooden goals with side barriers to guide the ball.
Little Bombo
Little Bombo
Wow! a wooden masterpiece, spring loaded gun that shoots washers at the ball. the forerunner to Crossfire by Ideal.
Red Little Bombo
Red Little Bombo
This one needs a little attention to get working again, superb design and label.
Ammunition
Ammunition
A large pile of washers fit into the top loading hole. I don't think these are original and the game uses and shows plastic counters as the bullets which are also included.
The rules
The rules
Nice and simple game rules
Box design
Box design
Beautiful label on the box.
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