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September 2010 Pickups

September 1 2010 at 6:12 PM
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Jack  (Login fallbrookjack)

This is my first high number R158 Home Defense card. It is card #131 ... just 23 to go.

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Does anyone know how the promotion mentioned on this Shelby's Prize Bubble Gum wrapper worked? What did one do with the letters on the wrapper? In a thread from Sept 13, 2008, Todd mentioned a prize given to the dealer for selling Shelby Gum. I couldn't get the pics to load. Since this wrapper mentions "Save Wrappers. Valluable! See Storekeeper" I thought a dealer prize might be what he gave customers for wrappers.

-Jack

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Rand
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soon to be sent to sgc

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September 2 2010, 9:53 PM 

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Mark
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September 3 2010, 4:44 AM 

2 cards from 10 shown , a September gift from a Net54 member , my many thanks go out to the Islands .



    
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Roger
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September 4 2010, 8:05 AM 

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Picked these up at an auction. They are longer than my scanner.

 
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September 4 2010, 3:26 PM 

most guides put a '32 date to these but after a little research i think '38 is more accurate .



    
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Bill
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September 4 2010, 6:02 PM 

They can't be as early as 1932, since one of them has Snow White and Dopey from the 1937 film.

 
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Rick P
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September 4 2010, 9:27 PM 

The "Mickey Mouse Weekly" was a beautiful British tabloid-sized publication started in 1936. It ran well into the 1950s. The artwork for the magazine was not done by the US Disney artists. And to support the previous post, definitely post-1937 because "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" wasn't released in the UK until February 1938.

Might there have been an Australian version of the UK magazine? "Snow White" was released in Australia on June 2, 1938.

Here's a scan of an issue from 1936.

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Mark
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September 5 2010, 12:31 AM 

Hi Bill & Rick ,

I think the price guides based their date around the time MM annuals were published in the UK (1930 or so) but after a little research it's easy to see that the cards weren't given away until late intothe 1930's .

Thanks for your input .
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Mark

edited to add ;

Rick , just for info ,these weren't issued in Australia or with the MMW but with candy bars in the UK .
Probably drawn by Wilfred Haughton .


    
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Mark E
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September 8 2010, 9:39 AM 

2 Yellow Hand cards



    
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Robert
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September 8 2010, 11:34 AM 

You guys need to stop with all the incredible counter/display tobacco pieces ... unreal!!!

 
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David M
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September 8 2010, 5:34 PM 

I have to agree with you Robert. Those tobacco counter displays are awesome! And I wanted to comment about the "beauties" piece that arrived creased due to being mailed in a plain envelope. What are people thinking? These items are rare and should be treated as such. If you are going to mail them, package them so they can't be bent. I've had similar experiences with some ebay sellers that are collectors and should have known better. I just bought a single card off of ebay that charged $5 postage. It seemed excessive, but to his credit, the single card came in a priority mail box. While I've ordered 1930's sets from England that came in a padded mailer envelope. Come on, at least stick a stiff piece of cardboard in there! It can be incredibly frustrating.

 
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Jerry
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September 9 2010, 12:12 AM 

Thank You David for these four purtty little puppies. N2's are absolute magnificent works of art. Gonna have a set of these.

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boxingcardman
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A couple of recent pick ups

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September 9 2010, 12:06 PM 

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jim
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September 11 2010, 8:18 AM 

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Mark
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September 12 2010, 1:57 PM 

Hi Jim , some really nice pick ups , i notice that some of the card-o gum sticks are Dietz and some are Leaf , apologies for the silly question but did Dietz evolve into Leaf ?
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A bit of paper fromt & back .



    
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jim
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September 12 2010, 2:03 PM 

Good eye Mark,
Dietz and Leaf are one and the same, but Dietz Cardo has
never been seen before, to my knowledge.

 
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Mark
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September 12 2010, 2:08 PM 

Cheers Jim , if thats the case many thanks for showing them now . Appreciated .

 
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Jerry
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Three Sea Raider High Nos.

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September 15 2010, 12:52 PM 

These came in today's mail:

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