1890s The National Game Supplement

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Title The National Game Supplement
Year 1890s
Size 8 1/2″ x 11″
Images Color
Type Publications
Number in Set
1

1890s The National Game Supplement Overview

1890s The National Game SupplementThis supplement was similar to others of the time period with individual players and a stadium to be used as a display piece.

It was printed in an unknown publication and likely included as an insert. Supplements such as these were often included inside of newspapers or other publications. They were provided as displays or games of a sort, primarily for children.

These can be found complete and in uncut condition but may supplements were also cut and used, so it is possible to find individual pieces as well. Collectors with individual pieces will be hard-pressed to determine which issue they are from as there are no identifying markings on them.

A total of 19 pieces are on the uncut supplement (14 players, four bases, and the larger, main stadium piece).

1890s The National Game Supplement Checklist

The supplement is a standalone issue.

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