The 1923 Lections baseball set is extremely scarce and was virtually unknown to exist until 1997 when a stash was unearthed in Albany, New York. The set of ten cards displaying baseball players were distributed to children in 1923 during the elections, while adults were given similar cards featuring the candidates. Each blank-backed, unnumbered card measures 4” by 2-1/2”, has rounded corners and is printed on a thick cardboard stock. On the left side of each card is a player’s photograph in black-and-white inside a small oval with his full name and team printed below. The right side of the card features a drawing of a baseball game in progress, printed in either green or orange, with the logo “Lections” and trademark information above the image of the diamond. Less than 75 exist and some of the key players included in the set are Babe Ruth, Frank Chance, Rogers Hornsby and Frank Frisch.