Beistle made three iterations of their 1923 party set: boxed, enveloped and in a booklet form. (The latter was produced with both orange pages and white pages. The color of the pages doesn't seem to impact value.) The boxed and enveloped sets are quite a bit harder to find than the booklet form. The envelopes of the enveloped set are nearly always in poor shape, as was this example. Still, it nearly reached SGV of $400.
Pieces from Beistle's very first boxed party set are tough to get. In my view, the bug base is the best one they issued. The 1918 set consisted of 74 different items. If you like the design aesthetic from this early effort (...and who wouldn't?), snap this trio up before somebody else does.