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The website of writer and paperfolding designer David Mitchell

 
Cassell's Complete Book of Sports and Pastimes
 
'Cassell's Complete Book of Sports and Pastimes' was published in London in 1882. It contains instructions for making a number of folded paper amusements, which are clearly derived from 'Un million de jeux et de plaisirs' by T de Moulidars.

These are:

The Magic Fan (Troublewit)

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The Paper Bellows

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The Paper Boat

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Paper Boxes (The Catherine of Cleve Box)

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The Chinese Junk

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The Paper Dart

(The picture of the Paper Dart is missing from the version of the book I have been able to access. These are the instructions from de Moulidars' earlier book.)

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Paper Hat (Pyramidal) (The Pyramidal Hat)

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The Paper Parachute

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Paper Purses (The Menko)

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In addition page 762 explains the game of Consequences (which is not explained in 'Un million de jeux et de plaisirs')