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Full boxed Fan Craze game made by "The Fan Craze Company, Cincinnati, Ohio". Included are:

Original box in very good condition. Lid is totally in tack. One corner on bottom has split. Top portion of the lid has an ad saying the offered game was given away compliments of a New York paint maker.

4 1/2" by 6" wooden playing field with 4 small nails to act as base runners. Field in great condition with evidence of some numbers in pencil in the base paths.

Pair of 4 page "Rules For Playing The Game". One inside a small envelope marked "Fan Craze in great shape, the other well worn and about fair.

Three Fan Craze cards advertising the game.

Three cards telling "How to Score a Professional Game of Baseball" by Ren Mumford, Jr. of the Cincinnati Post.

46 game cards with play results and descriptions of plays on the front.

All the above cards are in great condition.

Very eye appealing early baseball card game from the same makers of the 1906 baseball player issue.

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