1920 New Card Baseball Game Cards Set and Checklist
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|Title||New Card Baseball Game Cards
|Size||2 1/2″ x 3 1/2″
|Images||Black and White
|Number in Set
1920 New Card Baseball Game Cards Overview
Produced in the 1920, this was a baseball card game that was common of those in the era. The set was created by the National Card Baseball Company, which was based out of Springfield, Ohio. The original price of the game was $1.00.
The cards had printed actions on them to dictate play. Two players could simulate an entire baseball game just from simply following the actions on the cards. The backs of the cards had a unique design with a baseball diamond in the middle. The diamond was formed with four baseball bats.
Like many other sets in the early 1900s, the game did not include a formal board and the cards were distributed in smaller boxes with only the cards and instructions.
1920 New Card Baseball Game Cards Checklist
A checklist of this set is not known.
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