This is one of the earliest commercially produced Halloween party games. It is unusual to see this intact, because to play it you had to cut it up. That alone makes this a worthwhile something to acquire. Saalfield was a long-lived Akron, Ohio based firm best known for being a publisher of children's books. Founded in 1900, they survived through 1977. This party game was copyrighted in 1907 and produced for several seasons on muslin. There was a smaller enveloped version made from 1910-1919. This later version was printed on cheap paper that hasn't held up well over a century's time. The muslin game should fetch around $100.
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