These cards were made by the Fan Craze Company in Cincinnati. There was a set for the National League and a set for the American League.
These cards featured an oval picture of the player with name and team information below. Plus, there was a baseball action at the top of the card, presumably to play some type of card game. The NL cards had a red back and the AL cards had a blue back.
The card that I chose to represent the NL set is of Luther (Dummy) Taylor. Luther is one of a handful of players to play organized baseball, that was deaf. Some might think that would be a disability that would prohibit them from playing baseball. That was definitely not the case.
These cards have a strange allure to them. They definitely look like a turn of the twentieth century card. Topps has already come out with this design in their Trading Card History set. I believe Pedro Martinez is the subject on the card. I think one of the card companies should use this design for a retro card set. If handled properly, like the Allen & Ginter and Goudey sets, it would be a smash hit. Maybe if Donruss gets their MLB license back, they can produce this retro set.