Selchow & Righter Co, circa 1920.
Simulation baseball board game, with baseball diamond on the inside upper cover and lower cover with inset board with three spinning wheels. Rules, scorecards , un-separated playing pieces laid in. 18 x 8-1/2 inches. Upper cover printed in red, green and black with an image of a baserunner sliding in safe at home. Outside of the box worn, interior in good condition Item #322225
The game is played with two players. The hitting team spines the spinner with the wooden ball and if it lands on one of the red circles the runner proceeds to the indicated base (or home run); if it lands on any of the white circles the team in the field spins the spinner with the diving player to determine if the hitter is safe or out. Any argument over whether the spinner lands on safe or out is determined by the middle umpire spinner. The runners (here unseparated on the original blue and red cards) are placed on the baseball diamond on the inside upper box cover and score is kept on small scorecards.
Price: $650.00 Free International Delivery