Here's another card from the lot of N20 1891 Allen & Ginter Fifty Prize & Game Chickens cards I purchased on eBay recently. This one is the Henny Game card. I think the Henny Game is a variation of the Irish Gamefowl in which the males do not develop the typical tail-, neck-, and saddle-feathers that distinguish males in other breeds. I guess you learn something new every day. Or you're supposed to. Sometimes I don't feel like I learn anything for days at a time, but how can you prove that you haven't learned anything at all?
I am rambling here because I don't have anything at all to say about this card. Sometimes you just don't have that blogging mojo going on. And honestly this bird just doesn't hold my interest like some other poultry. I'm still happy to have this card in my collection. Whether I like the pictured bird or not, acquiring this card still bumps my completion of the set up by 2%. This is my 20th card from the set, bringing me to 40% completion overall. The illustration is at least pretty interesting, with bricks, a wooden fence, a house, and some greenery in the background.