Stroboscopic photo of a wink being potted in the game of tiddlywinks The North American Tiddlywinks Association
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Reprinted from The American Stationer, 1 January 1891, page 21

E. I. Horsman, importer, manufacturer and dealer in toys and games, 80 William street, is preparing to do a big business this year in lawn tennis, and expects to put on the market the finest line ever brought out in this country.  To this end he has enlarged his factory, doubled its capacity and substituted a 100 horse power engine for the 50 horse power hitherto used.  Altogether he is getting ready to repeat his "Tiddledy Winks Tennis" triumphs, and the lawns and parks will bloom with pretty maids and gallant lads all singing the praises of Horsman's tennis outfits, undoubtedly.

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