3 Different Circa 1930s Baseball Punchboards – All Unpunched.
Lot 332. 3 Different Circa 1930s Baseball Punchboards – All Unpunched. A 1-cent punchboard simply titled “Baseball” measures 6 ¼” x 10 ¼”. A colorful drawing depicts a player sliding into home with a ball heading towards the catcher. An umpire is calling the runner safe. Ex-m+. A second punchboard encourages customers to “Play Baseball and Smoke Avalon 5-cent Cigars.” A price of 5 cents per play is indicated. Colorful graphics include a portion of a baseball diamond with a pitcher and batter. This punchboard measures 7 ½” x 10”. It is vg-ex. The third punchboard also measures 7 ½” x 10” and advertises La Azora Cigars. Five cents each is presented as the price for a cigar or playing the game. Graphics show a player sliding into a base. Vg-ex with some border and back soiling. Winning Bid $20.