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The ultimate board game! Holder of the Guinness World Record as ‘The Most Expensive Board Game in the World’.

The laminated game board, representing a detailed plan of the Tower of London, is set into a solid mahogany cabinet.

  Craftsman built to the highest standard, the French polished cabinet has a drawer with hand cut dovetail joints in which the playing pieces are kept. There are two packs of cards edged with gold leaf. The Yeoman Warders and White Tower playing pieces together with flags are hallmarked sterling silver. Each of the playing pieces and flags are variously coloured in enamel. The coins (Elizabethan Crowns) are also hallmarked solid silver.

Of special value are the replicas of the Crown Jewels. Fashioned in 18ct solid gold they are studded with rubies, sapphires, diamonds and emeralds.
Each game is individually numbered on a brass plaque to ensure exclusivity, and this plaque can be personalised as desired.

The game is supplied in a black, high quality travel case for the ultimate protection.

  For purchase enquiries about Outrage! Deluxe, please Email deluxe@outrage-game.com



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The original dates from 1661 and is used in the Coronation ceremony to crown the Monarch.
This miniature version is hand made from 18ct gold, with the cross, base and edges of the arches rhodium plated. It is studded with rubies, sapphires and emeralds.

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The original dates from 1969 and was used in the Investiture of Prince Charles at Caernarvon Castle.
This miniature version is hand made from 18ct gold.

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The original dates from 1661 and is used in the Coronation ceremony to symbolise Christian sovereignty, as the Monarch is the head of the Anglican Church.
This miniature version is hand made from 18ct gold with the cross and edges of the banding rhodium plated. It is studded with rubies, sapphires and emeralds.

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The original dates from 1661 and is used in the Coronation ceremony to symbolise the Sovereign’s temporal power under the cross. It contains Cullinan I, the world’s largest premium quality cut diamond.
This miniature version is hand made from 18ct gold and set with two diamonds. The cross and diamond setting are rhodium plated.

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The original dates from 1820 when it was made for George IV’s coronation. It has been used in all Coronation ceremonies since.
This miniature version is hand made from 18ct gold with the handle, guard and scabbard detailing rhodium plated. It is studded with rubies, sapphires and emeralds.


These 6 playing pieces are hand made from Sterling silver and enamelled with the playing colour.


These 4 pieces are hand made from Sterling silver.


These 6 pieces are versions of Elizabethan Crowns hand made from Sterling silver.


These game cards are gold leaf edged.