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SEPTEMBER PICKUPS

September 2 2014 at 8:58 PM
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Jack J.  (Login fallbrookjack)

There seems to be some uncertainty about the number of cards in the E16 Dockman Flags card set. The reverse lists 24 cards and after the last card listed it says etc. etc.

I got these 24 cards in a lot and they are the same 24 cards listed on the back. Unless there was a second series with very low distribution, I'd have to conclude that the set is complete at 24 cards. They're not in the best shape, but hey, they are E cards. - Jack J.

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Frank Evanov
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September 2 2014, 9:21 PM 

Great pickup. I have never seen that set before.
Frank

 
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Dan C
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September 3 2014, 8:01 AM 

will add your cards to the E16 (Dockman's Flags)
later this week, as we currently have 10 of 24

Thanks for sharing them....real beauties...


 
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Tom Boblitt
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It is............

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September 3 2014, 8:42 AM 

a complete set............had trouble with about 1/3 of the set. Seems like some of them show up much more frequently than others. Maybe it's the luck of the draw. Nice to pick up ANY 'E' set when it's complete...............

 
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Tom Boblitt
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A few................

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September 4 2014, 2:47 PM 

Old habits die hard........E237 lot of (3)
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Great N394 Admiral Scenes/Views card......up to 3 of these now......
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T135 Victor Tobacco Lotto Scrap Pennsylvania State Capitol Building Postcard
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T54 Cross Stitch with accompanying thread and envelope......about 1/2 done with this set......
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Anonymous
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Re: SEPTEMBER PICKUPS

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September 4 2014, 5:39 PM 

1940s PC sized Desi Arnaz publicity photo

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Matches well with this one:

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Ron
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Anon. & Tom

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September 4 2014, 6:54 PM 

My 2cents worth...Lucy was awesome...talented, beautiful, smart & a standout in her era. Where are the equal talents today??

Tom ~ E-237 is 1900 Paris Expo eight cards & a outer jacket/sleeve. I only have five ~ hard to remember what UR missing.

Ron

 
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jim
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September 5 2014, 10:14 AM 

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Frank Evanov
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September 6 2014, 8:46 PM 

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Brian Callahan
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Animal Circus cards - trade card - Lake Wells FL cards

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September 7 2014, 10:03 PM 

A few cards that I bought recently at shops in Indiana. The owner of the Tony Sarg's Animal Circus cards followed instructions partly as they punched out the holes and tied with ribbon, but did not color them in. I bought two groups of these circus cards from National Biscuit Shredded Wheat. The trade card is Davis Vertical Feed Machine - a sewing machine, the small cards are all views of Lake Worth, Fla that evidently had a casino at that time.
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ted
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Frank

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September 7 2014, 10:31 PM 

Another great pick up. That is a beautiful Allen & Ginter card, looks like they made a mistake
grading it. I think it should be higher. tm

 
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mr moses
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added couple neat items

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September 7 2014, 10:35 PM 

Duke Terrors album at fair retail. Not on the tough list but but collectors do want them when they become available which often spurs healthy competition. Condition seems pretty sweet except for some minor spotting and one less album to acquire in my probably fruitless quest to complete the run. A few of the albums are unknown in the collections of anyone I've ever spoken to. Of course not that many people will speak to me happy.gif The Kinney albums (as well the impossible ones) have been eluding me - I assume low redemption/production numbers and the subject matter has a good deal of cross collectible interest. I suspect it is more the former than the latter.
Great Ginter Dixie pack - especially neat because it has a cancellation (sometimes refered to as an overstamp) which usually dates the sale within a couple of weeks. The 1888 date would raise the possibilty of a card being nestled inside.
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mark
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September 8 2014, 5:17 AM 

Mr M , the album still has plenty of eye appeal @ fair retail , nice show .

These will frighten you with their ' newness ' though .

Not quite vintage happy.gif but might be new to some of you .
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Todd Riley
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Re: SEPTEMBER PICKUPS

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September 8 2014, 9:05 AM 

Mark, those are cool. What are they from?

Recent acquisitions...

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Weekend pickups...

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Jack J.
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September Pick-ups

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September 8 2014, 11:41 AM 

Jim - Love the Best Novelty envelope. It looks like the prize might still be in there.

Todd - As always, great array of stuff. The R130 western strip cards are about my favorite of the western strip cards and that's a nice looking grouping. The Webber bread albums and cards are a real find. But of all of them, the Dotty, Bob and Trix cards are my favorite. The Hippo card is one of three I still need to complete the set (along with the bison and penguin cards).

The Riley vacuum is still in full operation. - Jack J.

 
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Todd Riley
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September 8 2014, 12:02 PM 

Jack, I agree with you on those western cards. The art is definitely a step up from most strip cards. Sorry on the Dotty's none of those were dupes. I only had a couple of the Westerns so still have a long way to go on those.

 
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Mark
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September 9 2014, 9:15 AM 

Hi Todd , nice net full of card from you , thanks for sharing .

The cards are from the mind of Mike Ploog , I think boxes to bust might still be available / I'd guess sets are less than $20 .

Jack / Todd ,

I can see what you guys are alluding to regarding the Western strips and how the R130 set holds plenty of eye appeal . I agree that it's very well done .
I also like the R131 Western strip for totally different reasons , logical I suppose .
It has the primitive appeal in regards art but is very well done but it backs itself up with a beauty of an uppercut with bright and bold colours pop out of almost all the cards , not unusual for the time as shown with high class Pulver pictures .
I look at cards from the R131 and see striking colours in #806 , 812 , 813 ; 822 .
Almost day glo .

Both lovely sets .

Ploog ....in progress .

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Tom Boblitt
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I like a lot.........

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September 9 2014, 11:41 AM 

Of those 1930's strip card sets...........The R130 is, or at least has been, so much more expensive than R128/R129/R131. Only eclipsed by R127 Navy set. I like the primitive art on all of them and they all have their good and bad points. Mostly good though. Congrats on the R130's. I still need a few to knock that set out as well as some upgrades for some REALLY crappy cards.


 
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Jack J.
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September Pick-ups

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September 9 2014, 12:05 PM 

Mark - I like the R131 set as "gum cards" (I know they weren't packed in gum), but I can't quite get past the quick trace look of the art. Doesn't really matter, I collect them too. The colors are quite striking though.

Tom - The R127 set is tough and a beautiful set - I only have two of the 24.

What is it about the strip cards that captures the collector in me? - Jack J.

 
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Greg Galliger
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Sept. Ups

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September 10 2014, 11:24 AM 

Found {in a shop} a box of old arcade cards this weekend, may go back for more as they were all pretty old and many in decent shape. Here are some of what I bought:

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This card game w/envelope form Lord Calvert Coffee is in Great shape

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Some Thread dolls
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Lion Coffee

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Trade cards -

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Scale cards

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Arm & Hammer

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Misc Tobacco

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Canadian Old Chum..C155s I think - first I've owned

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