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    1930's Lloyd and Paul Waner "Waner's Baseball Game." One of the powerful brother duos in all of baseball, Lloyd and Paul Waner are both enshrined in the Hall of Fame, with a combined total of 5,611 hits and 2.827 runs, plus batting averages of .316 and .333 respectively. This lot offers a beautifully lithographed "Waner's Baseball Game" from the 1930's, featuring photos of both players. Game includes all 52 cards, game board, box (one loose apron corner), 24 metal player playing pieces in original envelope and one score card sheet (used). Overall Excellent condition and appears complete.

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    Auction Dates
    November, 2015
    5th-7th Thursday-Saturday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 2
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