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Gary May
(Login jeromebelasco)

todays finds.........

February 19 2011, 3:27 PM 

also posted in BST
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John Taylor
(Login venturajt)

Re: FEB PICK UPS

February 19 2011, 9:54 PM 

Got a few of these and really liked the dalmation with stagecoach in the backround.[linked image]

 
 
tony fryer
(Login thescooper)

Re: FEB PICK UPS

February 20 2011, 6:33 PM 

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Alan Winslow
(Login lazze2)

FEB PICK UPS

February 20 2011, 8:50 PM 

For me, I had a good weekend
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GregG
(Login GGterps)

Anyone have information on Fold-a-way card

February 21 2011, 10:14 AM 

Dissapointing non-sport weekend (did pickup about 300 1960s era hockey cards in mint shape including 60+ 1964s(the big ones) & 150 1969 & 70 Basketball (there were also 16 mint 1966 Superman cards in the lot)..all the above for $100 bucks!!

....back to non-sport where new discoveries are still fairly common.

E258 Zatek Zoo Animals, Clark's Pet Spool bookmarks never folded complete set of 6, 1961 Fleer The Mighty Hercules Tatoo Transfer.

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Please help with information about this card. It says it's a Fold-a-way toy with a copyright from American Colortype Chicago.

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Tom Boblitt
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Owner

From Brockelman Luckey auction.........

February 21 2011, 12:58 PM 

Up to 3 now..........


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1880nonsports
(Login 1880nonsports)

of course most everyone KNEW

February 21 2011, 3:10 PM 

you were gonna snag them TOM happy.gif I mean really! Congrats 4 sure...........

edited to add: Greg - your collecting habits are getting stranger and more diverse every day - are you morphing into Todd? Perhaps you've found a back entrance to the "flea".....


    
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Tom Boblitt
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Owner

Thanks

February 21 2011, 3:12 PM 

Henry.......addiction is a terrible thing.........couldn't pass them up for the price of a couple EX Old Judge BB cards. They're just so scarce.....have two different Clevelands now.......only have (4) checklisted so far. Now, if I can just get the other 50-60 baseball ones that Richard has...........


    
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GregG
(Login GGterps)

Few more Items

February 21 2011, 5:20 PM 

Alan - Cool Indian blankets!

Few more things picked up this weekend:

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Henry - I admit the Pet Spool bookmarks are close to the edge... here's one for you - do you know anything about this 6 1/2" x 4" Omar Cigarettes book?

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Balticprince
(Login Balticprince)

Re: FEB PICK UPS

February 21 2011, 7:31 PM 

Todd:

Well that too is interesting about the Pom Pom cards, but I was actually talking about the Cracker Jack Plane cards!




 
 
tony fryer
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Re: FEB PICK UPS

February 21 2011, 8:30 PM 

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David S
(Login MrYardBird)

Re: FEB PICK UPS

February 21 2011, 8:36 PM 

Picked up this on ebay and i thought the artwork was worthy of some screen time. The metallic ink really makes this little book look sharp.

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1880nonsports
(Login 1880nonsports)

Greg

February 22 2011, 12:13 AM 

book is pretty common - I think 1914 so I'd look at it as a premium/booklist item for coupon exchange. I have a fine example somewhere but buried. I meant to research a little years ago when I found it - but life got in the way. It comes up in one of my eBay searches and I'd guess 4/5 times a year.........

 
 

Mark E
(Login TheNewtonian)

U.K stirp cards

February 22 2011, 7:34 AM 

a couple of intact ' strip ' cards from 1937 .



    
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Bill Christensen
(Login willhc)

Feb pick ups

February 22 2011, 2:30 PM 

Mark, your pick ups look like the same manufacturer as your 'Punishment' cards. Very nice.

 
 

Mark
(Login TheNewtonian)

Re: FEB PICK UPS

February 22 2011, 4:10 PM 

Good eye Bill ,a punishment card is seen in the right hand block of 4 .

These blocks also arrived in their original envelopes .



    
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Jeff O.
(Login hires48)

Re: FEB PICK UPS

February 25 2011, 8:04 PM 

Now my Uncle Sam set is complete with this wrapper.


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Tom Boblitt
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Owner

N612.............

February 28 2011, 1:45 PM 

Unreported and unpictured in Mitchell & Forbes.........a fifth subject Little Corinne. Interesting card is perforated on two sides. Normal N card sized albumen photo. Slightly thinner than normal card. Blank backed. Maybe 8 subjects now? Four to a 'sheet'? Or more.....

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GregG
(Login GGterps)

Nice card - Tom!

February 28 2011, 3:27 PM 

Tom,

Very cool card, do you have any possible explanations to offer for the jagged edges? Do you think the card was distributed with edges like that?

 
 

Tom Boblitt
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Owner

Greg..........

March 1 2011, 8:29 AM 

In Mitchell & Forbes, Bob states that each card has the perforated edges on two sides. I was wrong in saying it was the 'normal' size tobacco card. It's actually a little smaller. To the point, that if 4 cards were together in a 'sheet', I think they'd be about the size of one of the larger tobacco cards. So, I think it's safe to assume they were in 'sheets' of 4 cards and apparently more than one sheet or the 4 subjects that were identified in M&F. There's obviously LOTS more cards out there that weren't catalogued in ACC or M&F and I'm sure Bob or somemone continues to add to those checklists in the event there's ever an update. They were for a cigar company in Binghamton, NY so I'd assume a sheet was included in a box of tobacco or as a point-of-sale device. Just my toughts.........

 
 
 
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