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UK 1946 - 1948

Mini box - with separate board (4) Patent No. 453689

UK 1948

Publisher: John Waddington Ltd. - ± 1946

Dimensions of the box: 16.1 x 19.2 x 2.6 cm

Another Mini Box, manufactured shortly after WW II.


Features of this edition are:

  • The stations are L.N.E.R.
  • The Chance cards are red through, the Community Chest cards blue green through.
  • In the circle on the banknotes under the large number mentioned patent no. 453689.
  • The banknotes are color printed on white paper. Their denominations are : 1 - 5 - 10 - 20 - 50 -100 and 500.
  • The tokens are flat cardboard figures on a foot of black timber. The figures are: hat - iron - car - boat - shoe and rocking-horse.
  • The houses and hotels are of dull wood.
  • Both dice are white with black pips.



Mini box - with separate board (6) Patent No. 453689

UK 1948

Publisher: John Waddington Ltd. - ± 1948

Dimensions of the box: 16.1 x 19.2 x 2.6 cm of the board: 49 x 49 cm

After the war the tokens had wooden feet and were still used for some time. However they became a bit more attractive by using coloured timber feet.

Features of this edition are:

  • The stations are British Railways
  • The Chance cards are orange through, the Community Chest cards are blue through.
  • For an answer on questions to the works "Please enclose 2½d. stamp".
  • In the circle on the banknotes is under the large number mentioned patent no. 453689.
  • The banknotes are in the denominations of : 1 - 5 - 10 - 20 - 50 -100 and 500
  • The tokens are flat cardboard figures on a base of coloured timber. The figures are: hat - iron - car - boat - shoe and rocking-horse.
  • The houses and hotels are of dull wood.


Albert 2005


Albert Veldhuis




Thanks to Albert C. Veldhuis for a lot of the information on this page and the time it took to put all this information together.