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March Pickups

March 1 2015 at 1:25 AM

Frank Evanov  (Login eagle147)

Just in: 2 Lindys and a few Lone Rangers.

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Frank Evanov
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2 more

March 1 2015, 3:25 PM 

A cool gift from my friend Dave Lemon:


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I like these...crude, but nice:

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tony fryer
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Re: March Pickups

March 1 2015, 9:44 PM 

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All the same card in the cello wrappers
I know nothing about them except how much they cost me.


    
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Tom Boblitt
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The FINAL..........

March 3 2015, 10:24 AM 

The FINAL two Allies in Action I needed to finish my 71-175 Allies in Action Set. Already had Commando Ranger finished, so good 2015 so far! Didn't figure to find them as quick, so nice bonus.............(no, Marty, I'm not doing back variations now)

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Frank Evanov
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Nice

March 3 2015, 10:07 PM 

That's a nice set, Tom. Congrats.

 
 

Daniel H
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Re: March Pickups

March 4 2015, 9:24 PM 

That's a tough set Tom; congratulations!

 
 

Tom Boblitt
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Re: March Pickups

March 4 2015, 9:36 PM 

Thanks guys.....need some upgrades but thatll have to wait a while.....

 
 

Mark
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Re: March Pickups

March 6 2015, 11:14 AM 

a tin .

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Tom Boblitt
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Uh OH

March 6 2015, 11:31 AM 

I know someone who's gonna want that Mark..............

 
 
Todd Riley
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Re: March Pickups

March 7 2015, 1:50 PM 

Marching into March!

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Now I just need the 2nd hundred!

 
 

Greg Galliger
(Login GGterps)

Lucky to find such a good variety

March 7 2015, 4:14 PM 

I should probably have a better idea about what these are but really do not.
The are big measuring 7 1/2 x 3 7/8" and have a glossy finish, maybe cut from something?


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Couple nice groups of cards includes; good large Duke, cross stich, Howdy Doody Cookies, magic moving eye and more...

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Todd Riley
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Re: March Pickups

March 9 2015, 7:19 PM 

Greg,
Cool stuff as always!

Hey, I thought these were RARE!!!

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(Shameless plug - get yours HERE)

 
 

Charley Ramone
(Login oldbubblegum)

Ok..not gettingb technical..came in Feb,Begin of March???

March 10 2015, 1:10 PM 

FRANK, love the R5 beauty. Sold all of my R5's year or so ago. Did not have complete set..but had a decent amount. . I regret that. I also like the 'Gift" that cartoon art looks so modern but early issue..neat.

SCOOPER: Have not seen those before. Cool display piece. I LOVED my CB back in the day. Only redneck on the road with a CB antenna on my sportscar. I traveled quite a bit and it saved me many,many speeding tickets and also kept me from getting trapped in stalled traffic. Would take the exit upon hearing bad news down the road.

Anyhoo, I think those are neat.



I think it was the late 70's early 80's when we had this CB pop culture explosion??? CB music (convoy ), of course the king of CB Music (red sovine) . There were TV shows, Claude akins (movin on) , Later,( BJ & the bear), ( dukes of hazard) No doubt the CB non Sport issues showed up on the shelf reflecting our POP CULTURE. And lets not forget the movies..especially ( white Line Fever with Jan Vincent & slim pickens) I don't think I could watch that movie ever again but there is a musical JEWEL..you CAN NOT FIND on Internet Jukeboxes or anywhere for that matter. Its the opening song from the Movie. Sung by Valerie Carter. I found it quite by mistake ( imagine that?) a couple years ago. It re opened some deep wounds and brought a tear to my eye. (old softie here).
http://youtu.be/F6jc47H0qBM

If you see the clip..on the side of the Truck "carol joe" is thinking about buying is " Gila Bend " ( that's Arizona folks)

We once had a supplier in Gila Bend who sold Certified, Petrified, serial numbered "cow chips" ( No lie!) We sold some..(haha) and we even bought a few to give away. That guy was to Cow Poop what the "pet rock" guy was to rocks. He made a mint then disappeared.


( I'm a bit manic today) ( sorry folks)

Without further delay, some picks... I just wanted the LOWE. Glad to get it!!!!!!!!!!
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" Showin the Love since 1968 "
Edited to add DRIFTING & DREAMING by Val




    
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tony fryer
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on a roll

March 11 2015, 11:02 PM 

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Rhett Yeakley
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Re: March Pickups

March 12 2015, 12:57 AM 

Anybody know anything about the Duke card?

Also, the Buchner card appears to be hand cut from a poster or something, anyone ever seen a poster associated with the N280 set?

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Ron
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Hey Rhett

March 12 2015, 12:03 PM 

Here is what I think that your Duke piece is:
Notice the #2 on the back...probably indicates that there is a #1
A fairly Uncommon format for any trade card. the first time i've ever seen that.
I looked for the Lady mate card to finish my pair for 10 - 20 years
The Bicycle couple is common. I have the potato pair

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Todd Riley
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Re: March Pickups

March 13 2015, 8:11 AM 

Definitely odd shaped cards!

Recent pickups..

Down to only one more panel of these...
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(anyone want to help me complete it? I just need panel 128/118/142)

Saw Ken's and had to get one for myself...
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This is older than I thought. Also included a coupon with the offer that expired 12/31/56

 
 
Jason R.
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Re: March Pickups

March 14 2015, 3:45 PM 

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Wish I had waited on this one. Right after I received it, one appeared on eBay in much better condition for approximately the same price.

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French and Spanish "Pirates Pictures," two Bazooka paper inserts and two Italian "Ben Hur" cards on heavy paper stock, with wrapper.

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The backs of the "Pirates Pictures" and the "Ben Hur" materials.

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And finally, while not necessarily "vintage" by this board's standards, I've been waiting a long time to find these and am extremely happy the search is over. The cardboard portions of the dispensers split off into cards. These give me at least a "type" of each E.T. card and sticker listed in the red Sport Americana guide.

 
 
Jay A.
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My first

March 14 2015, 11:09 PM 

I really have no idea where to start with these. I usually collect Baseball Cards but I've always loved the look and subjects of tobacco/old cards but never bought any.
I want to start collecting these, of course low end, being a college student I don't have much to spend lmao



anyways,I saw this and picked it up, My family raises bulldogs and I just had to have it.


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J0hn Raff3rty
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Neat bulldog card

March 15 2015, 1:46 AM 

Really shows a personality in the breed; looks like a European card, but I'm wondering if it is connected to a college mascot like we would have for Yale, Georgia, etc. What timeframe do you think it's from?

 
 
 
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