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Card Collector's Bulletin- Aug. 1, 1949, Whole No. 61

March 6 2012 at 12:39 PM
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Card Collectors Bulletin August 1, 1949 Whole #61



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mr. moses
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interesting

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March 6 2012, 4:24 PM 

I had no idea they used to flip cards in the 1910's! Perhaps in future issues we'll discover that the wagner was used to make that flapping noise on early bikes too...................

 
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Re: Card Collector's Bulletin- Aug. 1, 1949, Whole No. 61

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March 6 2012, 6:36 PM 

Hmmm, they were trying to figure out the mysteries of the Kinney Military scarcities in 1949. If they couldn't do it 60 years after production, what chance do we have 125 years later?

 
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Eric B
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Re: Card Collector's Bulletin- Aug. 1, 1949, Whole No. 61

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March 6 2012, 6:46 PM 

Chuck, agreed. But what he wrote here makes some sense. The uncut sheets of which you owned one and I have another show that the same design was repeated horizontally. Maybe even with several rows or an entire sheet. So the rare ones could have been slid in to replace just one position.

The other part is referring to the white background cards where the coloured background is more prevalent.

 
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