Vintage Non-Sports Cards
Buy/Sell/Trade Buy/Sell/Trade Vintage Baseball FAQs Links Gallery of Non-Sports Cards
  << Previous Topic | Next Topic >>Top of page | Bottom of page | Main Index  

JANUARY PICK-UPS

January 5 2011 at 4:39 PM
Score 5.0 (1 person)

1880nonsports  (Login 1880nonsports)

Been a couple of good months....
4 of 5 large general silks (need to get buffalo bill if ya gots one 4 sale or trade happy.gif) and one of the nicest large Hamilton King Girl silks I've ever seen - all courtesy of our own s/l/b/f guru on the left coast.

[linked image]

[linked image]

[linked image]

[linked image]

[linked image]

 
Scoring disabled. You must be logged in to score posts.Respond to this message   
AuthorReply
JohnM
(Login dublin6)

Fantastic Detail

No score for this post
January 6 2011, 12:43 AM 

Fantastic Detail. Merci beaucoups

 
Scoring disabled. You must be logged in to score posts.
Robert
(Login joker73)

Re: JANUARY PICK-UPS

No score for this post
January 6 2011, 2:00 AM 

Man, every time I see an example of the Grant silk, I think to myself I need to track one down ... even though I own no silks and don't collect them happy.gif. Beautiful pieces!

 
Scoring disabled. You must be logged in to score posts.

Tom Boblitt
(Premier Login autograf)
Owner

Some January Pickups.............

No score for this post
January 6 2011, 10:27 AM 

Mostly E stuff........uncataloged Shotwell Suzanna card, Messer's Charcoal Gum Circus, E4 Battleship, Supposed E289 Indian card, Tough Chesterfield Stamp type, Lot of Tuckett Canadian airplanes and some T76 Puzzles. And a tough E41 Scout Gum Boy Scout card.......only my 2nd of those........geez.......Boy Scout stuff is TUFF to find.

[linked image]


 
Scoring disabled. You must be logged in to score posts.

1880nonsports
(Login 1880nonsports)

added these 2 albums to the fold

No score for this post
January 8 2011, 2:01 PM 

[linked image]

[linked image]

 
Scoring disabled. You must be logged in to score posts.

GregG
(Login GGterps)

Some Jan. some Dec. couple bigger items to share soon

No score for this post
January 9 2011, 10:31 AM 

Couple Honest tobacco Coupons, Magic Yeast Leopard, (2)US Baking Co. Actors, Harry Carey American Bread (1 of 20ish I picked-up), Paul Price Co. Poker Hands (have 50+ different), American Toy Works GW pin, British Weight card(dog), Worcester Salt Doll (1 of 6 picked-up).

Anyone have information on the 2 different bread company cards or the poker cards?

[linked image]
[linked image]

 
Scoring disabled. You must be logged in to score posts.
jim
(Login ctyankeee)

Re: JANUARY PICK-UPS

No score for this post
January 9 2011, 11:37 AM 

Greg
The Paul Price poker cards are 1960's. A set of 66 goes for 20 bucks.

see image below


    
This message has been edited by ctyankeee on Jan 11, 2011 12:12 PM


 
Scoring disabled. You must be logged in to score posts.
tony fryer
(Login thescooper)

Re: JANUARY PICK-UPS

No score for this post
January 9 2011, 12:13 PM 

with the poker cards don't go ALL IN unless there are 2 more sixes on the board!!!

 
Scoring disabled. You must be logged in to score posts.
Rick P
(Login oldtix)

Re: JANUARY PICK-UPS

No score for this post
January 9 2011, 4:29 PM 

I don't know what it is, but I like it! It measures 3 1/2" x 5 1/2". Can anyone help?

[linked image] [linked image]

 
Scoring disabled. You must be logged in to score posts.

1880nonsports
(Login 1880nonsports)

not really non-sports without a stretch

No score for this post
January 9 2011, 7:09 PM 

but one of my most important eBay buys ever. For all the negatives one might apply to eBay and their policies and fees or whatever - I doubt I would have ever seen this without them. My friend scott found this 1967 comic for me featuring a 2 page adv. for one of my mother's boutiques in NY at the Palladium. She made dresses for Twiggy and Jackie Kennedy and actually has a few exhibited from time to time at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. A bit freaky she lived quite a life hanging with the Dead in San Fran and Andy Wharhol in NY (he made a short movie about her - big bucks if you can help me find a copy!) and jetting the country on a wild ride. No idea why I'm sharing - perhaps just because this is the only place I can go - as my friends could care less about anything to do with collectibles - and I don't know any comic sites....

[linked image]

[linked image]

 
Scoring disabled. You must be logged in to score posts.

1880nonsports
(Login 1880nonsports)

Greg

No score for this post
January 9 2011, 7:24 PM 

could you spell the PORC..... on the back of the HLC coupon and the size it shows? Date on either? Thanks in advance. BTW - still interested in a Buchners folder if ya gots one happy.gif Sorry know nuttin 'bout bread cards.

Rick - what do you want to know? Later trade card that was likely left on a store counter and meant to be stamped. I would think early 20's but would be fairly easy to date with single engine plane, "steel" cut, and the coffee brand name - a few seconds on google might do it. If my memory serves me right - Kasper coffee was around since at least before 1890 and a few of their tins are highly sought after.

 
Scoring disabled. You must be logged in to score posts.

Jack
(Login fallbrookjack)

Great Graphics

No score for this post
January 9 2011, 9:33 PM 

1880nonsports - Great images on that comic book, and a most interesting story about your Mom's boutique in NY. For a child of the 1960's it was a groovy psychodelic flashback. Thanks for sharing.

A brief similar story about a recent Ebay buy. I bought what was advertised as "Fifteen Pounds of Ephemera". It included slides pamphlets, photos, maps, guides, calenders etc. There were a few goodies in there and as I went through a lot of c--p, I pulled out a S.F. Golden Gate Park brochure. I knew my wife lived in San Francisco in the sixties so I waved it at her and asked if she was interested before I threw it out. She said excitedly, "Does it have a green map inside?" She grabbed it, opened it and showed me her signature beneath the map. Drawing the map was her first paid freelance job after she got out of Art Center. She hadn't seen it since it went to the printer in the late 60's.

Ebay can be amazing. -Jack

 
Scoring disabled. You must be logged in to score posts.
Todd Riley
(Login non-sport.com)

Re: JANUARY PICK-UPS

Score 5.0 (1 person)
January 10 2011, 9:29 AM 

Wow guys! Lots of fun stuff already this year!

Here are a few weekend pickups:

I really liked the artwork of the Bo-peep card...

[linked image]

Couple of Buffalo Bill cards from Lion Coffee circa 1890's...

[linked image]

[linked image]

[linked image]

I liked the cool pirates on this from 1941. It kind of reminded me of Sea Raiders and the Tattoo gum pirates...

(front cover)
[linked image]

(back cover)
[linked image]

(sample interior page)
[linked image]

(shown for reference - pretty similar, no?)

[linked image]


    
This message has been edited by non-sport.com on Jan 10, 2011 10:55 AM


 
Scoring disabled. You must be logged in to score posts.

Tom Boblitt
(Premier Login autograf)
Owner

You are the.........

No score for this post
January 10 2011, 10:15 AM 

KING of the Tattoo Orbit stuff........

Like the Buffalo Bill head created with the flower.


 
Scoring disabled. You must be logged in to score posts.
Dan C
(Login DanCalandriello)

a tip of the cap goes to Tom Boblitt for my "50 of 50"

No score for this post
January 10 2011, 4:05 PM 

[linked image]

 
Scoring disabled. You must be logged in to score posts.

Tom Boblitt
(Premier Login autograf)
Owner

Re: JANUARY PICK-UPS

No score for this post
January 10 2011, 6:54 PM 

It was a lengthy negotiation and I'll post my pickup in trade.....but I'm EXTREMELY happy that card is in the shore instead of Louisville. Now I gotta find Dans last N36.....


    
This message has been edited by autograf on Jan 1, 2012 3:33 PM


 
Scoring disabled. You must be logged in to score posts.
Dan C
(Login DanCalandriello)

to the guys

No score for this post
January 11 2011, 8:31 AM 

Jim, I wish you could post larger images...a rare item like that deserves more than "teasers" !

Henry, I am in awe of your silks and your album. Can you post some inside pages
of the "Homes" album FOR ME ? Please ?

Todd, are all the collectibles you have posted these past 3 years shown at your future website ?

Tom, now that GEN. MORGAN is resting with the other 49, I know I did the right thing in
accepting it. Also, did you forget sending ARROW TOP in the package ?

Dan, you phony !! Saying you wouldn't take a tuff, tuff card from a novice collector !!
You need to rethink what you stand for ! ........ yep, I will.....someday
.
.

 
Scoring disabled. You must be logged in to score posts.
jim
(Login ctyankeee)

Re: JANUARY PICK-UPS

No score for this post
January 11 2011, 10:22 AM 

8 by 11 display box Top and 2 sides


[linked image]


[linked image]


[linked image]

 
Scoring disabled. You must be logged in to score posts.

paulstratton
(Login smokeyjoewood)

pickups

No score for this post
January 11 2011, 10:54 AM 

Killer piece with your mom Henry, nice silks too. Nice to see Dan pick up #50, how long was the journey?

 
Scoring disabled. You must be logged in to score posts.
Bill Bengen
(Login billbengen)

End of the Red Menace

Score 5.0 (1 person)
January 12 2011, 10:34 AM 

Hi all,

I never thought I'd see such a nice last card to the 1951 Red Meance set, but here it is:

[linked image]

Best in collecting,

Bill Bengen


    
This message has been edited by billbengen on Jan 12, 2011 10:35 AM


 
Scoring disabled. You must be logged in to score posts.
 
< Previous Page 1 2 3 4 Next >
  Respond to this message   
  << Previous Topic | Next Topic >>Top of page | Bottom of page | Main Index