Early 20th Century French Bistrot Game “La Grenouille” or Toad in the Hole
This coin toss game called “la grenouille,” dates back to the early 1900s and was invented in France. Played in French bistrots, the goal of the game is to throw the iron coins (or pucks) onto the table’s top and hope they fall into a hole. Each hole has a different score depending on its difficulty. For instance, the frog’s mouth will get the maximum score of 2000 points! The game can be enjoyed by adults and children, is terribly addictive, and is suitable for any space in the house. The game is in excellent condition and will be sold with six matching coins. Measure: 16″ W x 21″ D x 32.5″ H.
|Dimensions||16" W x 21" D x 32.5" H|
Early 20th Century