Depression Era 1933 World Series 36x13 Scoreboard from Kool 
Lot Number 329
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During the Great Depression of the 1930s Roosevelt’s New Deal allowed for the creation of the National Recovery Administration which would promote fair competition and workers rights. The blue NRA logo can be seen on the bottom corners of this immaculate World Series scoreboard printed in 1933 by Kool Cigarettes. The scoreboard measures 36x13 with Washington and New York noted as the teams, two star-studded squads featuring Terry, Ott, Hubbell, Cronin, Goslin and Rice. The scoreboard is as clean as could be with smooth edges and no major imperfections. The factory folds are present, though the surface is otherwise in stunning, tear-free condition. The scoreboard runs through inning eleven which is certainly applicable for this series as there where two extra-inning affairs during the Giants five-game route of the Senators. A truly amazing relic that has survived exceptionally well given its nature and ultra-sensitive stock. 
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