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Old 09-20-2016, 06:05 AM
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Hey there Butch,

The game is Canadian, it was produced by Somerset.
I'm guessing late-1930s to mid-1940s.
I've seen a couple examples over the years.
.... And by the way, great selection of games you posted Butch.

Cheers.
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Brent -- and Mark -- thanks very much for the kind words. We feel a little awkward sometimes trotting out our "favorites,"
since several of them are undeniably in beat-to-all-heck shape. But as much as we're sticklers for condition on more commonly
available games, we put a premium on the rare and unusual, and in almost thirty years of collecting and researching,
we've seen only a lone example of a couple of those and maybe two or three examples of another half dozen among them.

Brent, big thanks also for the additional pic and information on the Somerset Hockey Game! You're sure that's Somerset,
right?, not Somerville, which turned out some baseball and football games for the Canadian market in that same era?
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Default 1920s-1930s MAJOR LEAGUE BALL

approx. 3x5 advertising card for "Major League Ball" - The National Game Makers
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FourStrikes, nice item, thanks for sharing that. Too little is really known about that game or the company,
so any scrap of information is appreciated.
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Rekindling this thread, as well as my collection. My collection of 19th Century and early 20th Century baseball cards and memorabilia took a backseat to family and career for 20+ years. I've really enjoyed getting back into it over the last several months, including seeing and learning about the many outstanding items in your collections.

I've decided to focus on the highly graphic 19th Century Base Ball Games. Here's what I have so far...some acquired 20+ years ago and some recently.
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Great stuff everyone, such a cool and undervalued segment of the hobby!

Greg, the game with the Horner images is one of my all-time favorite pieces.
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Kris, wow, an extremely impressive selection!
Please feel welcome to show those off at our own games forum,
where you'll shame just about every other member of the club!
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I have a few board games, nothing too special, here is my favorite
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I have shown the Tommy Bridges bagatelle previously, and I was very fortunate to add the batter as well.
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Old 11-24-2017, 08:48 PM
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Kris, wow, an extremely impressive selection!
Please feel welcome to show those off at our own games forum,
where you'll shame just about every other member of the club!
Thank you, Butch! I have spent a lot of time on your site and forum catching up. The photo essay on McLoughlin games is outstanding!
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