220. Bufford Boys Dancing Trade Card

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Title 220. Bufford Boys Dancing Trade Card
Year Unknown
Size 4 1/4″ x 6 1/2″
Images Color
Type Trade
Number in Set
1

220. Bufford Boys Dancing Trade Card Overview

220 Trade CardThis was a trade card that featured a scene of children playing.

The picture on the card shows a group of three children dancing. A fourth is standing next to them, clapping, while a fifth is off in the distance. The boys appear to be having a day out with a basket of food, apples, and a baseball bat off to the side. The bat is the only thing that makes this a baseball card of sorts.

Like many other trade cards of the same era, the lithography was performed by Bufford.

This card was numbered separately by noted trade card collector Frank Keetz in his book, “Baseball Advertising Trade Cards, 3rd Edition.” It was a trade card he identified but did not have a printed title on it. Because of that, he catalogued it with a number instead, which is the number in the title shown here.

220. Bufford Boys Dancing Trade Card Checklist

This appears to be a standalone issue not part of a set.

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