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DECEMBER 2011 PICK UPS

December 2 2011 at 9:41 PM
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Charley Ramone  (Login oldbubblegum)

2 Cards I have NEVER Owned! Both Equally Beautiful!
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Richard L.
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December 2 2011, 11:37 PM 

Charlie, you're ahead of the pack for noticing it's December happy.gif
I purchased the graded cards raw and sent them to be graded.
That STS #23 has been high on my want list for years!

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Todd Riley
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December 3 2011, 4:48 PM 

Charley,
That is a sweet STEER TREK card!

Some weekend pickups...

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Jack J.
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December 2011

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December 5 2011, 2:02 PM 

Nice group, Todd. I'm such a sucker for those brightly colored slips of waxed paper. There are a few in there I could use if they are dups. For instance, Freedom's War, Gilligan, Addams Family, Lost in Space and Laugh in. I feel like remora fish trying to attach myself to a shark. -Jack J.

 
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jim
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December 5 2011, 3:02 PM 

finally snagged one of these elusive devils

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Jack J.
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December 2011 Pick Ups

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December 5 2011, 6:22 PM 

Wow Jim, great pickup.

The mail today was like Christmas in ... well, like Christmas in December. -Jack J.

A nice stack of V303 O-Pee-Chee second half Mickey Mouse cards

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Flag Gum - nice condition

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HOW highs and a Sea Raider #15

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Last, an R153 Box Car wrapper

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Todd Riley
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December 5 2011, 7:01 PM 

Cool stuff guys!

Jim, According to the Benjamin guide there are 10 in the set of the Matchem cards yet you have #20 and he shows a 22 and 24. Any idea how these are numbered? Are there really only 10?

Jack, I'll email you on the wrappers.

 
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Bill
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December Pick Up

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December 5 2011, 7:46 PM 

A nice lot of low number Wrapper magazines.

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Included in the lot is the un-numbered mag shown alone above. It has the phrase "Complimentary Copy" in place of the number. Comparing it to copies I have on hand, it turns out to be an extremely abridged version of Issue #20. I asked Les about is. His response is "You have a rarity, Bill. That was the only complimentary copy (done for a show, I think) ever produced."

It makes a nice addition to my library.

Bill

 
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Todd Riley
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December 5 2011, 10:10 PM 

Good going, Bill! I see several still on my want list. Never saw that complimentary copy before. Les has been holding out on us!

 
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Bobby
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Neat Canadian Stuff

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December 5 2011, 11:12 PM 

Some nice pick ups guys, nice wrappers and issues of the wrapper!! With some cool unusual cards....

I Picked up some super rare Perrin's Chocolate cards and a Dominion Chocolate Woodland Animals card. Also picked up an uncut sheet of early 1900's Canadian Military Silks which was a premium mail away.

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Alex
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Pickup's

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December 6 2011, 4:06 AM 

Some great pickup's so far this month,especially like the uncut sheet of silk inserts.
Keep em coming!

 
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jim
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December 6 2011, 7:21 AM 

Todd
I think you are misreading Benjamin's notation.
The (10K) means ten different known, I don't believe it meant
ten in the set.

 
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Todd Riley
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December 6 2011, 7:25 AM 

Jim, OK, I get it.

Does anyone have any other information on this set? Or examples of other cards?

 
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Greg Galliger
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Had to go to page two to find the Dec pick up thread?

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December 15 2011, 10:19 PM 

Picked up some nice Chocolate advertising....

I beleive this candy premium to be from 1910ish
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Store window card
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With 99 cards in very nice shape
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jim
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December 15 2011, 10:42 PM 

Top one is from Sorority Girls, Set of Ten, 1908
Will post set if interested.


    
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Jack J.
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December 2011 Pick Ups

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December 16 2011, 12:59 AM 

Picked up a couple of Canadian Chewing Gum Our Gang wrappers. Thought there was a thread on these, but couldn't find it. -Jack J.


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Tom Boblitt
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Great stuff.............

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December 16 2011, 8:49 AM 

as usual Greg.........I've had those Apollo Folders for Mother's day. Wonder what they were used for? Also have had a couple different of those Hanselman stereoviews.

 
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Tom Boblitt
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Some recents...............

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December 16 2011, 10:43 AM 

Cant find anything anywhere other than ebay.....but some good stuff from the last coupla weeks..........

Forbes Litho US Grant.....
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Some Battleship cards for sets.....
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Pullman Bread Horoscopes set of (12)....what's the ACC? D43? Lists Horoscopes but nothing for Weber/Pullman
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Nice batch of T119's....wish these had numbers or titles....a pain of a set to collect.......
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VERY VERY VERY happy to get this one.....Midway Menagerie from Midway Candy....one of 16 and my first....
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T127 Type.....
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E149 Cracker Jack Stories of Presidents #2 Andrew Jackson. Just got #2 Jackson in a blue format and now this one in white....have 1-4 in blue and this is the first white one. Think the blue has Checkers popcorn on the back. This one has CJ's.....
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One more......
An A&G "Our Little Beauties" Window Card....about 7x9 inches
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Charley Ramone
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got some stuff - eh, crap.. some good..etc etc

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December 17 2011, 2:21 AM 

Won't bore you guys. Ya'll always have super paper! so my mainstream R issues are just that.

,most noteb;y som,e Graded R36 from MR. EDMUNDS who also included extra Goodies...at no cost.

Nice folks here ( I mean there - across pond)

Just wanted to "out" M-UK as a Niceguy.

Niceguys DO finish first!

Many Thanks Mark!


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Alex
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December 17 2011, 11:07 AM 

You have opened a can of worms over the pond with what I thought was one set, but no..........read on below.

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