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I recently thrifted a 1957 copy of All-Star Baseball and inside I found 18 disks that looked like this.
Thanks to a fellow thrifter I learned
Another more radical variation appeared in 1957 -- Ethan Allen's Manager's Supplement To All-Star
Baseball. It was not, in fact, so much a "supplement" as an entirely different game, more strategically
involved and sophisticated than All-Star Baseball, featuring larger disks incompatible with the standard
version. Allen spent many years trying to wean the many fans of his game from the basic version and
onto a more detailed form, but he was not successful with this first effort at it.
Now I am in a quandry. I am wanting to sell these disks and I was wondering if anyone would be able to put a price on them, or help me determine an asking price?
If I win big in tomorrow's lottery, I'll make an offer you can't refuse.
- Last edited Mon Feb 27, 2012 11:07 pm (Total Number of Edits: 1)
- Posted Mon Feb 27, 2012 11:06 pm