I bought these two pin-up punchboards years ago and just now discovered them again. They’re from the 30’s and were often found at drug stores, carnivals and roadside gas stations. This one measures 10″ x 20″.
You paid a nickel and got to select a hole to punch out, which provided you with a little slip of paper with info on it determining if you won a cash prize or not. Amazingly, only a few holes were punched on these when I bought them and I can’t bring myself to punch any myself as the more punched the boards are, the lower the value. The one below measures 10″ x 13″. The artwork on these sure beats today’s tacky lottery cards you scratch. No doubt about it– I was born in the wrong decade.