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Old 07-22-2017, 09:15 PM
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Default Charlie Brown Was a Pat Moran Fan

I thought everyone would enjoy this picture of a kid with Charlie Brown's Christmas tree taking a picture of his brand new Pat Moran's Own Ball Game.

Does anyone here have this game? Please post it if you do - thanks!
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I don't have it, but it appears on page 51 of Mark Cooper's book "Baseball Games: Home Versions of the National Pastime, 1860s-1960s":

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I love that picture.....thanks for sharing!
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Thanks for the scan David. Any idea how rare this game is? I don't know anything about old games but don't recall seeing this one before.
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I have this mental image of Lucy snatching it from Charlie Brown. Oops! Wrong sport.
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Bryan / Jobu, Pat Moran's Own Ball Game (1919, Smith Kline & French) is tough but not rare --
an example shows up at least every year or two in internet auctions/sales. Examples in really
nice condition, though, are close to rare -- for some reason, it's one of a handful of games
that are notorious for almost always showing up in beat-to-hell shape.
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Bryan / Jobu, Pat Moran's Own Ball Game (1919, Smith Kline & French) is tough but not rare --
an example shows up at least every year or two in internet auctions/sales. Examples in really
nice condition, though, are close to rare -- for some reason, it's one of a handful of games
that are notorious for almost always showing up in beat-to-hell shape.
Thanks for the assist. Great info....
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