Card fronts depict a black-and-white photo of the player, with his name written in cursive superimposed, as well as his position and team. Cards may have a white border around the edge.
The Exhibit cards for the years 1923 and 1924 are generally considered by collectors to be a single set. The full extent of the set can be argued, as apparently cards from previous were continued to be distributed during this time; but the 58 new cards in these years' series (with one card that exists in two versions) are unique to this year, though they may differ from previous versions due only to small variations.
The real draw of this series, which takes up probably 40% of its value, is the Babe Ruth card.