Is this a 620?

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Yesterday Oscar brought over a board to play on.  Oscar is a friend that comes over now a couple times a week to play some EF. He also has a unique collection of EF stuff.  This board was marked as a 62o board, but it is much smaller than a 620 (31 1/2″ x 17 1/2″ compared to 37 1/2″ x 20 1/2″ for most 620’s). Was this just a misprint by Tudor or was this the original size of a 620? It ran really well and we had a great game playing on it, but I just don’t recall anyone ever talking about this board as a 620. It is even smaller than the 660 model boards.  Here are some pics.

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  1. charlie says:

    yes it is a 620…tudor like many people learned to scale down and sell for more money. just a normal business decision in the mid 70’s. tudor stopped making the large 620’s around 1973 or 74 and started making these smaller versions. they lasted for about 4 or 5 years. tudor did make the larger version again for the raiders vs vikings super bowl that was a 660 model and like the 620’s there was 2 sizes of the 660’s too. the 620 you have in your picture is the size of the 613 and 618 that tudor made in the late 60’s…i call these the mid sized games….hope that helped.

  2. eflfanatic says:

    Charlie, thanks for the info and the comments on the Hog Leg or Chicken Leg. This is what I am hoping for with this blog. I know there are folks out there who have a much broader knowledge of figures and game boards than I do.

    Chris

  3. Mike Pratt says:

    I missed this one somehow. Late for the party I suppose but…. That set is AKA to some as the Sears 620.

  4. Drk says:

    I just came across the exact same board this week. I had no idea some models were made in different sizes. This 620 is almost identical to an older model 635 board I have. The two boards themselves are identical styles. The board graphics are totaly different but the field graphics are nearly identical. Interesting!

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