The North American Tiddlywinks Association|
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The Tiddlywinks Bibliography is a compendium of all substantive and obscure citations to the game of tiddlywinks in all available resources: newspapers, magazines, books, government records, images, audio, video, websites, etc. In other words, if the game of tiddlywinks was mentioned either briefly or in detail, it should be in the Tiddlywinks Bibliography.
Introduction · Newspapers · Schools · Magazines · Books · Letters etc.· Diaries and Narratives · Photographs · Video/Audio · Comics · Visual Art · Tiddlywinks Publications · Equipment · Patents · Trademarks · Copyrights · Legal Cases · Miscellaneous · Museums & Collections
|A||antique sets and prices|
|B||brief mention (usually marked <)|
|E||ETwA, ScotTwA, and other United Kingdom organizations and clubs|
|F||foreign (not UK, US, Canada)|
|G||games-description of how to play the game|
|I||illustrations other than photographs|
|K||reference to kiddlywink|
|L||literature or fiction|
|N||NATwA and other American organizations and clubs|
|Q||idea of squop described|
|R||Rabelais' crapault (or primus secundus)|
|U||useful for research, but not relevant to tiddlywinks|
|W||winking words and etymology|
|^||essentially rehash of earlier sources|
Book classes are given in brackets on a line, such as [>HV], meaning great value, about history and varieties of the game.  with no letters means the item is not rated as to worth.
Year given is usually that of the copyright.
Book titles are usually in the Library of Congress form: words that are not proper names are not capitalized after the first word.
The book lists include certain lowfrequency