Made in the Lincoln style layout, this board differs slightly to the standard dart board layout that you may be used to. The bullseye does not have the 25 point surround, sometimes known as the 'outer bull' or 'half bull' and there are no trebles.
In fact, the layout is identical to the more popular Yorkshire dartboard but with the characteristic Lincolnshire all-black face.
Playing instructions: There are many games that can be played on a dartboard. Using a dartboard as a shooting target will limit how you play, unless you have plenty of ammo. Described below are two possible versions to play.
But the cost of bristle dartboards to ordinary people proved its downfall and although the dartboards sold in sufficient numbers to enable Nodor to continue making them, it would not become standard in the darts world until the 1970s when Dutch elm disease destroyed the supply of wood.