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Juego (El) de la Oca 
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primo autore: AT 
secondo autore: Estivill Ignacio 
anno: 1800/50 
luogo: Spagna-Barcellona  
periodo: XIX secolo (1°-2°/4)  
percorso: Percorso di 63 caselle numerate 
materiale: carta (paper) (papier) 
dimensioni: 390X280 
stampa: Stampa su legno (bois gravé) (woodcut) 
luogo acquisto:  
data acquisto:  
dimensioni confezione:  
numero caselle: 63 
categoria: Oca  
tipo di gioco: Gioco Oca Classico (63 caselle) Verticale 
editore: Estivill Ignacio 
stampatore: Barcelona: En la Imprenta de Ignacio Estavill, calle de la Boria 
proprietario: Collezione Privata 
autore delle foto: Privato 
numero di catalogo: 2322 
descrizione: Gioco di 63 caselle numerate, spirale, antiorario, centripeto. Riedizione reimpostata di gioco stampato da Piferrer verso la metà del XVIII° secolo.
REGOLE: al centro.
CASELLE: alcune con didascalia.

REFERENZA 1
EL JUEGO DE LA OCA. Barcelone, Ignacio Estivill, s.d. (début XIXe). Xylographie sur vergé, 28 x 39 cm. Rarissime jeu de l’oie espagnol gravé par Ignacio Estivill avec des bois provenant du fonds Piferrer. Duran-Sanpere, "Grabados populares Espanoles", p. 47. mentionne son existence sans pouvoir la reproduire.
(Oberlé, Gérard - Pimpaneau, Tristan)

REFERENZA 2
Amades notes that the first known example from Valencia is much later than the early Catalan examples. It dates from the middle of the 18th century and is an engraving by Laborde, Montpié and Villalba. It is a classic Game of the Goose; the rules, engraved in the centre, specify the use of a single die from space 60 onwards. The decorative scheme is much more refined than in the earlier woodcuts, including sprays of flowers and a goose holding a flower in its beak. The plate is very similar that used at the beginning of the 19th century by Casa Pifferer in Barcellona with the addition of their Plaza del Angel imprint at the foot, with minor differences in detail indicating that it was re-drawn (Arch. n°1439). The games noted so far have had decoration of the non-active spaces in the track itself.
(Adrian Seville)

bibliografia: 1) BLAU, J.L. : "The Christian Interpretation of the Cabala in the Renaissance, Columbia University Press,1944.
2) BROWNE, Sir Thomas: "Pseudodoxia Epidemica, ChXII", 1650.
3) BUIJNSTERS, P.J. and Buijnsters-Smets,L. : "Papertoys", Zwolle, Waanders, 2005.
4) CARRERA, P. : "Il Gioco degli Scacchi", Militello, page 25, 1617.
5) CULIN, S. : "Chess and Playing Cards", University of Pennsylvania, pages 843-848, 1895.
6) D’ALLEMAGNE,H. R. : "Le Noble Jeu de l’Oie", Paris, Libraire Gruend, 1950.
7) DOMINI, D. : (in) "La Vite e il Vino" (exhibition catalogue), Fondazione Lungarotti, pages 37-38, 1999.
8) GIRARD A. R. and QUETEL, C. : "L'histoire de France racontée par le jeu de l'oie", Paris, Balland/Massin, 1982.
9) HANNAS, L. : "The English Jigsaw Puzzle", London, Wayland, page 115, 1972.
10) HIMMELHEBER, G. : "Spiele – Gesellschaftspiele aus einem Jahrtausend",Deutscher Kunstverlag, 1972.
11) HUFMANN C.C. :"Elizabethan Impressions: John Wolfe and His Press, New York, AMS Press; 1988.
12) MASCHERONI S. and TINTI, B. : "Il Gioco dell'Oca", Milano, Bompiani, 1981.
13) MENESTRIER, C. F. : "Bibliotheque Curieuse et Instructive", Trevoux, page 196, 1704.
14) MURRAY H. J. R. : "A History of Board Games Other Than Chess", Oxford University Press, pp 142-143, 1952.
15) SEVILLE, Adrian:"Tradition and Variation in the Game of Goose", in: "Board Games in Academia III", Firenze, Aprile 1999. (aggiornamento del 2005).
16) SEVILLE, Adrian: "The sociable Game of the Goose", in "Board Games Studies Colloquia XI", 23-26 Aprile 2008, Lisbona - Portogallo. 2008.
17) SEVILLE, Adrian: "The Royal Game of the Goose four hundred years of printed Board Games". Catalogue of an Exhibition at the Grolier Club, February 23 - May 14, 2016.
18) VON WILCKENS, L. : "Spiel, Spiele, Kinderspiel (exhibition catalogue)", Germanisches Nationalmuseums, Nuernberg, page 18, 1985.
19) WHITEHAUSE, F. R. B. : "Table Games of Georgian and Victorian Days", London, Peter Garnett, 1951.
20) ZOLLINGER, M. : "Zwei Unbekannte Regeln des Gansespiels", Board Game Studies 6, Leiden University, 2003.
21) Catalogo Mostra: “Le jeu de l’oie au musée du jouet”, Ville de Poissy 2000.
22) SEVILLE, Adrian: "The Cultural Legacy of the Royal Game of the Goose". Amsterdam University Press, 2019.
23) AMADES, Joan: "El Juego de la Oca", Bibliofilia Vol.III, Editorial Castalia, Valencia, 1950.


 
  "Tradition and Variation in the Game of Goose" (A. Seville)
   
 
   
 
   

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