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July Pick-Ups

July 1 2014 at 10:19 PM
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Jason R.  (Login a71678)
from IP address 173.19.191.244

As usual, I'm a little behind in posting photos, but here are a few to start the month.

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A nice lot courtesy of Ted. Thanks again!

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More from Ted.

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Back of the "Fabulous Rock Record"

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A wrapper to go with all those "Uncle Sam" high numbers I've been picking up.

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And finally, a Lefferts "Soldiers and Sailors" card to cross off my "type" list.

 
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Jack J.
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July Pick-Ups

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July 2 2014, 5:20 PM 

I bought these two cards thinking they were trade cards. They are lightly embossed and one is die-cut. They are roughly post card size and are not numbered. When I got them I read the back more carefully where it says, "A Beautiful Picture Card Given Away." I thought, "Hey, these should be bread insert cards!" So I got out my copy of the ACC and sure enough, there they were on page 97 listed as D63 picture cards. Good ol' JB. - Jack J.

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boxingcardman
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July 3 2014, 1:57 PM 

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Sic Gorgiamus Allos Subjectatos Nunc

 
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ted
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Sunday's ET Show P/U

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July 3 2014, 9:09 PM 

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Love this, got it for a great price: $ 7.00


    
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Anonymous
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July 3 2014, 9:18 PM 

I like those Rhythm and Blues cards! Any info. on who made them and when?

 
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Dave Hornish
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July 6 2014, 10:39 AM 

Nice swag everybody! This just came in from the 'bay, as I work toward a run of unopened 1948-49 Topps gum tabs:

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munsell10yr
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July 6 2014, 12:55 PM 

The R&B cards are from the 1972 Hitmakers set. I have a PSA 10 James Brown, and PSA 9's of Curtis Mayfield and John Lee Hooker. The backs only say "Copyright Hitmakers Inc., Hollywood". I'm not sure how many cards are in the set, but 4 Sharp Corners is selling some on Feebay, if you want to see more.

 
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Jason R.
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July 6 2014, 1:56 PM 

Thanks for the info.! I'll take a look.

 
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Anonymous
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July 6 2014, 5:58 PM 

some mid 1920 Barratt cards ,

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Greg Galliger
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Keeping it interesting

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July 6 2014, 10:54 PM 

Will start off with a couple I've never seen. I assume these are related to the Screen Book Magazine they are blank backed.
Pictured with a more modern day beauty for size comparison. Anyone ID'd these before of know anything more?

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Some decent stacks of cards including - Terror Monsters, Munsters, Spook Stories, Bowman US Navy
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Bread Stuff including cool flip book from NBC bread
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Cereal Stuff
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Help ID the card with the Hot Wheels car. It's not a sticker and looks like it has a perforated side
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Some Presidential Stuff
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Cool Lion Coffee Stencil Card
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Last and not least is this Whiff's Duke's Magazine
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Ron
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Greg - I like the Duke's booklet

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July 7 2014, 12:47 PM 

What is the calendar date on inside front cover? I have vol.I No.II & I think Henry has a couple of them.
On the convention tickets...there is a 1996 book Natl. Political tickets ...etc. - you may have the book. But if u don't .
Here are the cat. #'s
1936 is D-936-1c
1892 is R-892-x
1900 is R-900-x

Ron

 
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Greg Galliger
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Didn't see a year on the Duke's magazine

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July 7 2014, 1:02 PM 

Ron,

Thanks for the response and information. I will look again on the inside cover, but I did not see a date when I looked yesterday. With the reference to the Maine, would have to date after 1898.

I might have to get that political book you referenced, I have another dozen or so vintage Dem/Rep national convention tickets as well as innauguaration and other realted political.

Greg

 
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Ron
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Email me with images & I'll look them up for you.

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July 7 2014, 1:42 PM 

I have a collection of political medalets 1820-1896 one of each & am picking at jugate ribbons. Also some jugate posters.

Ron. Madmoney@neo.rr.com

 
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Jack J.
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July Pick-ups

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July 8 2014, 1:21 PM 

Kind of a mixed bag today. The sepia Movie Gum cards are beat up, but the two gray square ones are nice, and the first of this variation for me.

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The last three cards are bread issues. I really like the Canadian Confederation card.

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Finally a couple of wrappers. Dopey is from Consolidated Biscuits and the other a Golden Coin number 8. - Jack J.

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Rob
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July 11 2014, 1:50 AM 

First time acquisition from the N614 Shining Lights Cigars series of actresses:

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The backs are blank.

 
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Tom Boblitt
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Very...........

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July 11 2014, 8:17 AM 

Very pretty and great photo clarity for those Mooneli's!
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Claude Emond
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July 11 2014, 9:53 AM 

I know we talked about those albums before this is my third one but the first time I see this style, complete but it has a duplicate sticker so I'm short one for a complete set.

Comparing stickers in two albums I can say that some varieties exist, some sticker are totally different image while some others are just a mirrored image.

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I also got these from a trade with Terry not quite sure what they are so if anybody has information on those let me know.

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mr moses
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while not a July pick-up

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July 11 2014, 9:15 PM 

I just got this back from the framer.
Many many thanks to the board member who packed and shipped this as well as negotiated the sale.
I had to replace the glass, shore up the heavy wooden backing, and put a few of the original pins attaching the cards back into the wood. I have some of the pieces that have fallen from the frame when it was apparently dropped. I don't have them all and unsure what I'm going to do. Although expensive - all the framework can be restored. If I had the funds and desire - the green paper is directly on a series of wood planks and the acid from the woods over time will likely start to affect the paper. Amazingly I see very little evidence of that and it's already about 130 years old. I expect my demise or that of the next owner will be well in advance of any serious implications happy.gif. It's HUGE - much larger than I originally thought - I already had no room.
Interesting that none of the cards have any brand identification - only the over-sized imperial cabinets.......
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Ron
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A wonderful piece, Henry

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July 11 2014, 10:19 PM 

I'm amazed at the condition after all these years
Ron

 
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RDwyer
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New pickup

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July 13 2014, 9:01 PM 

Found these T46's today at a flea market. Question: I know there is a premium for unopened. How much do the unopened ones go for?

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