We have always considered and collected these
commercial masks and helmets as industries tribal art.
Examples can be elegant in their simplicity or bazaar and complex. They are always unique, suprising and filled with personality.
1932 Eddie Cantor’s Game… Tell it To The Judge Game
This game features a caricature of entertainer Eddie Cantor on the box and a photo of him on the board, though the singer/comic's persona has little do with the game. Players move their pawns around the board by playing cards that represent traffic signals. A twist to the game involves the "To See the Judge" spaces on the board. Land on one and and you must draw a summons card, and then the player designated as the judge (he wears a badge that is included) gives the player a fine. The winner is the player who reaches "The Club" and has the most amount of money left once all players are finished. The game looks complete and unplayed with but can't say for sure if a part is missing. It does included the instructions. Made by Parker Brothers in 1932. The graphics look very clean and bright.... $200