This week, we're continuing our series on the exhibit cards, starting with 1929-1930 four-on-one exhibits. Although the size of the card remained the same, the Chicago Company started putting four player pictures on one card, starting in 1929, a practice that would continue for the next decade. The Phillies: Grover Cleveland Alexander, $250, Cy Williams, $65, Lefty O'Doul $65, Fresco Thompson $65.
1929 Exhibit Star Picture Stamps are a series of movie star picture stamps produced by the same Chicago Company. There was one exhibit stamp with an actor by the name of Babe Ruth. He was in a movie called "The Babe Comes Home" in 1927 and the block of eight stamps is valued at $750.
Then, there's the 1931-1932 four-on-one exhibits. These differ by having a coupon back. Phillies in the set: Chuck Klein $150, Donald Hurst $90, Lefty O'Doul $150.
The 1931-1932 Babe Ruth Exhibit was a 32 card movie stars series. This is the rarest of the Babe Ruth exhibits and features Babe Ruth in a suit and tie. It's valued at $900.
The 1933 four-on-one exhibits feature Chuck Klein valued at $150.
The 1934 four-on-one exhibits are a little different, because they're printed on a white card stock. Jimmy Wilson $75 and Chuck Klein $125 are the Phillies in the 1934 version.
The 1935 four-on-one exhibits were printed in a slate blue color and feature Jimmy Wilson $75 and Chuck Klein $125 as the Phillies in the set.
1936 four-on-one exhibits were either green or slate blue in color and featured Phillies Pinky Whitney $80 and Jimmy Wilson $80.
In 1937, the cards were printed in either green or bright blue and Pinky Whitney was the only Phillie in the set and is valued at $60.
That will be all for this week. Everyone have a great week and come back to check out the rest of the exhibits in next week's edition. Any questions please contact me at email@example.com.