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November pick-ups

November 3 2012 at 1:50 PM
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Ron  (Login madmoneyetc)
from IP address 174.100.170.128

Here are some new items that I was fortunate to find.
1872 set of four ~ Clay Cosak & Co. 4.25" x 3"
all have blue text adv. on back For Chicago & Alton RR
the Grandmother & Boy was a discovery card.
#2, #4 up-grades ~ #3 new to the collection

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1864 "Sanitary Fair" ~ P. S. Duval ~ near 4" x 2.25" Blank album card.

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Linclon was there.

Ron

 
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Anonymous
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New Discovery - N628: H. Bohls, Paniolo, M. S. Grinbaum, Honolulu, Hawaii

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November 4 2012, 9:07 AM 

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jerry bannister
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Re: November pick-ups

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November 4 2012, 10:38 AM 

Ron- The trade cards are great, how you checklist those I will never know. There seems to be
an endless array of advertisers, topics etc etc. with no real comprehensive catalog or books
other than a few slim paperbacks depicting individual cards.

Great new un-cataloged tobacco cards David

Hanging with Marty at the Boston show yesterday, myself in cape Cod sweatshirt and Eric W.
Not much in the way of nonsport there, however there were some incredible hi-grade PSA 8's
hi # sea raiders that were neat to see.

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And yes Henry, it would be nice to be able to slow down a bit, but sometimes it is like
trying to stop a runaway freight train. I did resist a very neat Piedmont 1916 framed advertising
large hanging picture of Washington returning home. Just curious have you seen that one, it
was a very nice piece.

 
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mr moses
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JB

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November 4 2012, 11:42 AM 

assume you mean the piedmont washington painted tin sign. I have a nice one in my accumulation. There are a reasonable number in the marketplace if one wanted to buy one. They sell for less than I think they should - no idea why as they're quite special for the amount of subject detail and color.

 
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Jason Gorham
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November 4 2012, 9:16 PM 

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boxingcardman
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November 5 2012, 5:25 PM 

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Sic Gorgiamus Allos Subjectatos Nunc

 
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Todd Riley
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November 10 2012, 12:03 PM 

Looks like a good start for the month! Lots of neat pickups guys.

Things have been a bit slow for me. Was happy to pick up these:

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Geoff
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My pick up of the month

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November 10 2012, 4:33 PM 

Been looking for this beauty for a couple of years now !



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Jack J.
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November pick-ups

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November 10 2012, 10:25 PM 

Rosemary picked up this group of T54 Cross Stitch packs and box. I assume they came in this type box. Were they packaged one pack to a box, or did you send away for them? -Jack J.

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jim
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November 14 2012, 7:30 AM 

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Tom Boblitt
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Some Hakes winnings.............

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November 14 2012, 8:36 AM 

last night..........pinbacks..........

PM1's of Taft.....had the one in the center at one time. Had a BUNCH of the baseball PM1's and sold 'em. Along with about 6-8 political ones. Like the format......
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Boer War leader pins from Cameo Cigarettes. Cataloged as P40 in the ACC. Believed to be a complete set.....Includes Baden Powell who was the founder of the Boy Scouts....
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Jockey Cigarettes Jockey Pins. Also issued by American Pepsin, this version for Jockey Cigarettes are tougher to find.....also a complete set.....
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Ken Bush
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Re: November pick-ups

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November 17 2012, 8:21 PM 

Some recent pickups

Bread Label Album
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great looking box backs
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Complete set with "Album"
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The Lone Rangers are poor condition, but hard to find
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Brace Beemer at his farm in Oxford Michigan
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Two 5 X 7 photos whos' origins you would not know if
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the Jocko card is the last card I needed for this set
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Todd Riley
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November 18 2012, 7:24 PM 

Ken, Love those cool Airplane cereal backs!

 
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Anonymous
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Jack - egyptienne straights

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November 18 2012, 7:36 PM 

the cards were inserted with the packs. The pack was a small clam shell issued by ATC and I have one I pictured in the gallery.....

 
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Jack J.
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Thanks Henry

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November 18 2012, 8:15 PM 

An Egyptienne Straights clamshell. I guess that's one more thing I'm going to have put on my want list. They came from Ebay in the Mogul box, so we assumed that was how they were distributed. We should have known better. Thanks for the info. - Jack J.

 
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Ken Bush
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November 19 2012, 1:45 AM 

Thanks Todd, the Wings over America are a favorite of mine.
The NSB lists 4 of these in their check list. I now have 12
different of these backs , only one of which is on the NSB
check list. I also have the title of one that I do not have
that is not on the NSB check list. I do not have 3 of the
backs listed in the NSB. So there are at least 15 in the set.

Chris Watson lists the year of issue as 1939, but some of mine
have a 1938 copyright and some have a 1939 date.

Ken


 
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Greg Galliger
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Recent pickups including Sa-Yo Slider box

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November 20 2012, 10:42 AM 

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Have you seen one of these before....first dixie lid?
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Some vintage gum:
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Cut from the back of something?
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Scarce Candy doll, interesting coffee cards
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Tiny autographed his card on the back
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Original mailer for Clark dolls and others that were found together.
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Tobacco Girls
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Cowboy Exhibit cards
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Tom Boblitt
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Great pickups as always..........

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November 20 2012, 11:01 AM 

Greg.......the Happy Family Candy dolls are EARLY EARLY Cracker Jack premiums. Before the name changed to Cracker Jack. A seller has (4) on ebay now for $150 each........there are (16) in the set and they're very tough. Not sure $150 each tough, but tough...........I have 4-5 different ones.

 
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Ron
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Cracker Jack Dolls ?!?

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November 20 2012, 11:47 AM 

Tom,
I have 4 of the Happy Candy dolls.
I did not think that they were from
the Rueckheim - early cracker jack co.
I know that they issued a larger 4 doll 7" set.

Question is how do you know Happy Candy is from Cracker-Jack??

Ron


 
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Tom Boblitt
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The Cracker Jack book........

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November 20 2012, 1:53 PM 

by Ron White (I think it's Ron White) identifes them as such. I've always seen them advertised that way as well. I'm going with the NFL rule that there has to be overwhelming evidence to overturn that knowledge. No, really.....that's my source. ALWAYS willing to listen to more reasoning.....



 
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