1933 Exhibits 4 On 1

The 1933 Four-on-One Exhibits baseball set consists of 16 cards, each approximately 3-3/8” by 5-5/8”. (The set marked the first Exhibits Company offering to consist of only 16 total cards, rather than 32.) Each postcard-style collectible bears a quartet of teammates (for 64 total players), with his name in dark type along the bottom border. All cards from the 1933 series were unnumbered and printed in tones of black-green, orange, red, or yellow. The vast majority of cards have a blank, white back, although some are known to exist with a yellowish tint to the reverse. The set is anchored by: Babe Ruth/Herb Pennock/Tony Lazzeri/Bill Dickey and Mickey Cochrane/Jimmy Foxx/Al Simmons/Lefty Grove. The set has scattered typographical errors as well as a well-known “factual” error belonging to Al Lopez – who is misidentified as “Vincent Lopez.”