NOTE: This description has been modified from the printed catalog to reflect that two of the games have complete sets in uncut sheet form, and one game has a combination of panels and sheets.
Perfect for a rainy day in an era where everyone did not have television and/or smart phones, the presented lot of (4) 1969 Milton Bradley Official Baseball Games come in their original retail boxes. This game features “pitcher” and “hitter” dials which, when revealed, combine to result in either a ball, strike or batted ball. Game cards include: Game 1: average EX-MT; (52) cards with Banks (NM), Carew (NM), Cepeda (EX), R. Jackson (EX), Killebrew (NM), Mays (NM-MT), McCovey (EX), B. Robinson (NM-MT), F. Robinson (NM); Game 2: combination of panels and sheets (average NM-MT); (264) cards with Aaron, Banks, Bench, Clemente, Hunter, R. Jackson, Kaline, Killebrew, Mathews, McCovey, F. Robinson, Seaver and Stargell; Game 3: average NM; complete set of (296) cards in original uncut sheets with (75) duplicates and Game 4: average NM; complete set of (296) in original uncut sheets with (22) duplicates. The box lids present well in average EX condition with deference to sections of separation that do not affect their eye appeal.