Updated: Dec 29, 2022
Scouting Card Game, A Pepys Card Game
First Published: 1955, A Pepys Game by Castell Brothers Ltd., St. Cross Street, London
Illustrator or Designer: Not Credited but "By Arrangement with the Boys Scouts Association".
Contents: 44 Cards + Rules Booklet
44 cards in 11 sets of 4. The sets are organised by number:
1 Specialised Branches of Scouting
2 Action in Emergencies
3 Useful Information
5 Woodcraft and Tracking
6 Some International Jamborees
7 Knots and their Uses
9 Special Scout Stamp Issues
10 Stalking - Right and Wrong Methods
11 Lord Baden-Powell
Scouting cards: Sea Scouts, Rover Scout - South Pole Expedition, Air Scouts, Rover Scouts, Mountaineering, Rescue from Drowning, Rescue from Breaking Ice, Rescue from Fire, Points of a Compass.
Scouting cards: Finding Due South with Sun and Watch, Semaphore, Morse Code, Bivouac, Tree Felling, Camp Kitchen, Camp Fires and Ovens, Woodcraft - Animal Tracks 1, Tracking Signs 1.
Scouting cards: Tracking Signs 2, Woodcraft - Animal Tracks 2, Jamboree France, Jamboree Birkenhead, Jamboree Austria, Jamboree Holland, Highwayman’s Hitch, Bowline, Round Turn and Two Half Hitches.
Scouting cards: Fisherman’s, Bushman’s Bridge, Aerial Runway, A Simple Raft, Tree Hut, Jamboree Stamps - Caribbean, Jamboree Stamps - Austria, Special Scout Stamps 1931 Scout Exhibition Fund, Special Scout Stamps U.S.A. Valley Forge 1950.
Scouting cards: Crawling, Camouflage, Taking Advantage of Shade, Taking Cover, B-P x 4.
Three years after its publication Scouting was joined by Guiding as a Pepys game.
Click through to read more about Scouting today and for exhaustive information on badges and other items connected with Scouting see Scout Collecting.
Game & Version Details
Scouting - Card Back
Scouting - Rules Front
Scouting - Rules Back
Pepys Party Games
Scouting - Box Back
Scouting - Box Top
Scouting - Box Side Left
Scouting - Box Base
Scouting - Box Side Right
Scouting - Box Back With Flap