Last month, my wife and I went to an antique store in southern New Jersey. There were many great items there. Here is what I picked up for my collection:
It is a baseball collectible that you would find in your local candy store in the 1940's or 1950's. You paid one penny to play. You would punch out a circle and get a baseball play that corresponded to a prize of a certain number of pieces of candy. Everyone got at least one piece of candy and the top prize was 20 pieces for a home run!
This one is in great condition and has not been punched yet.