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Old 04-27-2017, 06:08 PM
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Default Value of Major League Baseball inside game

I bought this game actually at a garage sale it was made by Philadelphia manufacturing co 1913. Would anyone know how or where I could find out value?
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A picture would be a start...
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I assume you mean one of these? both identical and created by the Philadelphia Game Manufacturing Company around ~1913. These have been inquired about alot. Google them and you will find a lot of info.

The generic one with the green top is not much value. I am guessing you can pick one up for $100 these days.

The elaborate version with the 16 star players on the lid is great value. I haven't followed recent sales, but they sell well into the thousands.

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OP was replied to in detail at our own forum, but market prices, just for the record:

Major League Indoor Base Ball (1912-13), in superior condition, has averaged around $3,000. in
on-line sales and auctions over the last 15 years or so, about half that in lesser condition -- although
"bargains" can still be had with luck and patience (a very nice example recently went for less than $1,000.).

Superior examples of Major League Base Ball Game (1913-26) have averaged close to $290. over the same span.
Examples in lesser or less complete condition have still averaged over $170. Bargains can be found there too,
but you'd be extraordinarily lucky to get a complete example in decent shape for $100.
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Default Major League Baseball Indoor Game

Here a few pictures of the game It does have a corner of the wood missing but otherwise appears to be in good condition if anyone would like to make an offer you can send it to irishsmarkle@yahoo.com
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Here a few pictures of the game It does have a corner of the wood missing but otherwise appears to be in good condition if anyone would like to make an offer you can send it to irishsmarkle@yahoo.com
I only see 1 picture. Which of the 2 is this version, please?
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The inside version
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The inside version
Ok, they're both indoor versions, is it the one with the photos on the lid or the green lid?
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Photos on lid
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I have the photos on the earlier thread
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