1917 T. Norpoth Baseball Playing Cards Set and Checklist

‘It’s In The Details’

Title T. Norpoth Baseball Playing Cards
Year 1917
Size 2 1/2″ x 3 1/2″
Images Black and White
Type Game Cards
Number in Set
51

1917 T. Norpoth Baseball Playing Cards Overview

1917 NorpothThis set of cards was a baseball playing card issue. The cards do not feature specific players and includes only generic images of players.

The pictures on the cards depict players making a variety of baseball motions, such as hitting and fielding. Some cards do not have pictures of players, but have baseballs instead.

Specific teams are also not included, per se. However, the names of cities are used to indicate the teams. Those cities include:

  • Boston
  • Chicago
  • New York
  • St. Louis

Backs of the cards had a playing card design printed in blue ink. The picture shows a pair of crossed bats, a pair of baseballs, a catcher mask, and a glove.

Like other baseball playing card games, the cards feature a variety of actions to dictate game play.

1917 T. Norpoth Baseball Playing Cards Checklist

Specific players are not included in the set but here is the checklist of cards based on the teams/cities printed on most of them.

  1. Boston
  2. Boston
  3. Boston
  4. Boston
  5. Boston
  6. Boston
  7. Boston
  8. Boston
  9. Boston
  10. Boston
  11. Boston
  12. Boston
  13. Chicago
  14. Chicago
  15. Chicago
  16. Chicago
  17. Chicago
  18. Chicago
  19. Chicago
  20. Chicago
  21. Chicago
  22. Chicago
  23. Chicago
  24. Chicago
  25. New York
  26. New York
  27. New York
  28. New York
  29. New York
  30. New York
  31. New York
  32. New York
  33. New York
  34. New York
  35. New York
  36. New York
  37. Rules
  38. Scorecard
  39. St. Louis
  40. St. Louis
  41. St. Louis
  42. St. Louis
  43. St. Louis
  44. St. Louis
  45. St. Louis
  46. St. Louis
  47. St. Louis
  48. St. Louis
  49. St. Louis
  50. St. Louis
  51. Umpire

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