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April Pickups

April 3 2015 at 8:12 AM
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Todd Riley  (Login non-sport.com)

A few 50's Bazooka Joe comics...

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Some R17's...

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Jack J.
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April Pick-ups

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April 3 2015, 2:14 PM 

Just picked up these four "strip" cards. They are like the cards in the W Strip card section of the Gallery listed as "Movie Stars Color Cutoffs", except they are bigger (2 3/8 X 3 3/8) and appear not to be strip cards as they are machine cut on all four sides. So, do these have an ACC designation? Thanks - Jack J.

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Frank Evanov
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Sam-oa

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April 4 2015, 12:41 AM 

Just in:


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Ron
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Went to a local Book show

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April 4 2015, 7:27 PM 

& bought some more stuff that I could not live with out happy.gif
This is one of the better things.
C. 1917 Firestone Bicycle Tires ~ Puzzle, all early Firestone advertising seems to be scarce.

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Charley Ramone
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April 4 2015, 7:32 PM 

ron, that's not just FStone advertising, its spectacular and wonderful.
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Todd Riley
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April 6 2015, 10:49 PM 

Ron,
They had to have bent that thing right?

Recent pickup...

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Ron
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Todd

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April 6 2015, 11:18 PM 

I've never tried to work one of them.....beyond my patience.
& considering what I paid...this will not be my practice piece. happy.gif
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Ron
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Finshed a TOUGH set

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April 8 2015, 5:25 PM 

Empire Soap ~ Compton Litho. Added White Russian. first three backs are the same & last one "Old Couple"
Has a 1885 St. Louis Fair back. So i'd guess ~ if you count backs = a set of both??

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Jerry B
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April 8 2015, 8:30 PM 

Nice stuff so far, I like those soap cards Ron. A few recents including an eel from the ever generous Mr. Ramone.

The VTC is striking in color and lithography to my eye.

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mick
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April 9 2015, 8:46 AM 

Picked up these cards lately would like to know something about them series year of issue McLaughlin's Coffee . also a Roosevelt card but no info on it at all

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Chuck Millburn
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April 9 2015, 10:33 AM 

Mclaughlin's Coffee cards are

Military, Naval, and Political Events
1893
ACC# = K58
15 in set:

1: A Reception To The Princess
Princess Eulalie
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2: Army & Navy Reception At White House
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3: Signing Of The Declaration Of Independence
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4: Laying Cornerstone, Washington Monument
Gen. Geo. Washington
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5: Decorating The Soldiers Graves
Maj. General Schofield
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6: A Naval Review
Rear Admiral Gherardi
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7: Launching A Man-Of-War
Secretary of Navy Herbert
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8: Coronation Of Czar Of Russia
Alexander III
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9: Christening Baby Esther
Mrs. Grover Cleveland
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10: Opening Of The World's Fair
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11: The Landing Of Columbus
Christopher Columbus
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12: 4th Of July Celebration At World's Fair
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13: Inauguration Of President Lincoln
Abraham Lincoln
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14: Wedding Of H.R.H. Duke Of York & Princess May Of Teck.
Duke of York
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15: The Queen's Drawing Room
Queen Victoria
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Todd Riley
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April 9 2015, 6:45 PM 

The Roosevelt card is from a set called "Frontiers of Freedom" (ACC W608-2) and was produced in the 1940's as a complete set of 24 in a cardboard sleeve...

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The art was also used in a Gordon's Bread issue of the same name.

 
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Jack J.
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April Pick-ups

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April 9 2015, 10:46 PM 

First, some small "Alphabet Rhymes" Weber bread cards.

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Last, a Reichert Baking Company National Flags album. I believe this must have been one of the samples sent to distributors as the original letter was included. - Jack J.

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Bill Bengen
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April Pick-Ups

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April 10 2015, 12:24 AM 

Hi all,
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Not really a pick-up, just back from PSA. Finally, a #1 card with a PSA-10 grade (unique so far). Do you know how many #1 Dinosaur Attacks cards I have submitted to PSA in hopes of a GEM MINT 10 grade? Of course you don't, stupid question, how could you know? Actually, I would prefer not to disclose it, you would think I am crazy or OCD for investing this much in a non-vintage card. Success is sweet, though!

All I need is the #55, last card, in PSA-10 to have a straight 10 set. Tbere's one out there, according to the Pop report. I haven't been lucky with my submissions on #55 in the past, but it should be easier to get a 10 in that number than in number 1, which has an asymmetrical design.

Best in collecting, Bill Bengen



    
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J0hn Raff3rty
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Congrats Bill on your near-complete PSA10 set

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April 10 2015, 7:34 AM 

That is a tough goal; there is a guy on the PSA boards trying to complete a set of 1989 Topps Hockey (200 cards) in PSA 10 from all self-submitted cards (no buying cheap ones from eBay). That will cost him more than he could ever re-sell it for, but sometimes it's not about that. I'm having fun working on mid-grade examples of the T51 and T56 registry sets, even teaching PSA a thing about both sets (like the difference between CCNY and NYU or Illinois College from U of Illinois).

 
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mr moses
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Jerry

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April 10 2015, 12:45 PM 

that ginter hanger been on my list for a lonnnnnng time. I've seen 4 but unable to snag one. If you ever see a dupe.........


edited to add - or perhaps some kind of trading happy.gif. I have a LOT of hanging pieces and little room in my soon to be built house...........


    
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Jack J.
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April Pickups

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April 11 2015, 3:18 PM 

I seem to be on a UK wrapper kick. I actually picked up the Thunderbirds wrapper in March, but didn't post it. The Barratt's Disneyland wrapper is a personal triumph as I have had cards from this set for probably 30 years. I grew up on Disney True Life Adventures, so I like the cards ... they could have worked a little harder on the wrapper.

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With these Bread Card Cut-Out Dolls, I'm close on set completion.

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Some Goudey Skybirds, and, if the above examples aren't enough, a wrapper that should dispel the rumor that I'm stuck in the pre-war era. -Jack J.

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Racebannon
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April 11 2015, 3:26 PM 

thought these were neat...

Universal Comic Matching cards 1921 " Fat & skinny "
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I guess these are not exactly unlisted or un catalog..but not in our gallery.(yet)

Now , going to jumpstart one of our best threads from the past. If you want to see some neat items..go look at " Unctaloged " thread.


cr

Edited to add the correct title " UNLISTED " thread. Forgot that it was locked..so no "jumpstart". Check it out.
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Anonymous
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April 11 2015, 4:47 PM 

Charley , nice cards mate . Many thanks for sharing .

Jack , it might be a weak wrapper ( Barratt's ) but a it's a strong pick up , thanks for the share .

 
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Jack J.
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April 11 2015, 5:04 PM 

Thanks, Kurlywurly, though the graphics are not great, I'm very happy to add it to the collection. Do you know anything about the cards? I once asked about the Barratt's Disneyland cards on this board (a number of years ago) but I can't find the thread. Any idea when they came out? - Jack J.

 
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