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May pickups

May 2 2015 at 5:00 PM
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Roger  (Login clarkscardsvt)

One of the dolls is Estey Organ. Does anyone know the series on the man (high grade cigarettes). It is paper, not a card.
Missing the rat, dog, and cock on the Ayer's Jack's house set.
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Ron
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Esty Organ Doll

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May 2 2015, 6:23 PM 

Roger, your Esty Doll is probably missing it's back, Because if it had the back (mine doesn't) it would state Cuba ~ "5 Dolls, America & Her Possissions"
they are ~ U.S.A., Cuba, Porto Rico, Hawaii, & ? a Spanish lady?
Same images were also used by Hunnington Piano & Sterling Piano but these backs have no set I.D.

Your Ayer's House that Jack Built is also Short these & a very small box of Pills (I think this & Rat are the hardest)
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I can't help on the tobacco item, other than to guess that it's missing tobacco brand name on the missing back.

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Brian Callahan
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May pickups

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May 2 2015, 9:56 PM 

I was in Pennsylvania, near the Allentown paper show, but setting up at a flea mkt near there. At one of the small shops in the area I bought these Telonette Cigars cards. Several duplicates as well as several very neat images, to me the one with the lady and kid is a modern looking picture. (modern arrangement, not at all formal)
Telonette Cigar Cards 125,138,147,153,161 photo telonette002_zps1an9zysc.jpg

Telonette Cigars cards 164, 166, 220,225 photo telonette001_zpslktep85q.jpg

 
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Jason R.
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Re: May pickups

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May 2 2015, 11:29 PM 

Some pickups from the first day of the Philly Show today.

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The airplane card is a regional issue from Purity Pretzel Stix of Harrisburg, PA.

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Clockwise from top left: Shotwell's Molly-O, back of the Purity Pretzel card, Ray-O-Print outfit and Graf Zeppelin negative, and Peter Paul dog card.

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Clockwise from top left: Skelly Oil All-American Space Fleet promo insert, Tri-City Grocery Beverly Hillbillies variant, 1949 Topps License Plates wrapper, Maclean's Toothpaste Batman and back of the Shotwell's Molly-O card.

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A couple scarce 1960s pickups.

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Back of the Spooking Size Candy Cigarettes box, just because I like it.

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And finally, a couple '70s pickups. The tattoos pack was produced by Topps in Pennsylvania and exported overseas in 1971; I purchased it from one of the Merchants Square Mall vendors. The Shaun Cassidy card is a mock-up from a Topps presentation board and was never produced (thanks again, Bob!).

 
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Greg Galliger
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High Grade Cigarettes card

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May 3 2015, 9:43 AM 

Roger,

The High Grade Cigarettes card is listed as an N754 single card known possibly from Kimball.

I can't quickly find the one I own right now, but think the head portion is pre-cut to push-through, is your like that?

Greg


 
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Jerry B
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May 3 2015, 10:11 AM 

Roger, yes Greg is right your card is listed in the new book, and it is indeed from Kimball's "High Grade" brand.

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Ron
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Jerry

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May 3 2015, 10:27 AM 

Nice large Kimball Card

Ron

 
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Ron
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A&P set of cards

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May 3 2015, 2:57 PM 

Set of cards after the Coleman (artist) christmas Cards. Pretty scarce.
In todays world, one could get into trouble with such pubescent images.
Think of the uproar...if an large national company did this today???
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Nudity images are not very common amongst all trade cards.

 
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mr moses
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love my Kimball's high grade store card

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May 3 2015, 5:56 PM 

similar to yours - got mine from Marty and believe he had one other. Think framing it cost me 125.00+ because it's a keeper (was offered twice what I paid at the show I bought it at and didn't give it a thought) and despite the fantastic "look" - no room to hang it. Just a super piece JB - I'll try and get a pic of mine - very harlequin like with a little Maxfield Parrish and Peter Max thrown in......

 
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Jerry B
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May 3 2015, 7:15 PM 

Henry, this would have been the other one that Marty had as I relieved him of it some time back.
It is one of my favorite pieces, Marty sure has a good eye:-)

 
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Frank Evanov
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Just in

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May 3 2015, 7:39 PM 


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J0hn Raff3rty
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I wonder...

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May 3 2015, 7:48 PM 

If the Belgian card in that series was the inspiration for:
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I always loved Agatha Christie books growing up, and the BBC/PBS Poirot series captured them well. Sad to see they finally wrapped up filming on every book with him in it.

Edit: you just inspired me to purchase this card for myself. Got a BVG 3 graded copy from COMC.


    
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Mark
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May 4 2015, 10:25 AM 

a couple of affordable UK sets with universal appeal .
Mr Lemon , you'd love this one .

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A nice colourful Space Patrol set from 1968

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also ...a nice set of 1969 Star Trek from A&BC .

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Greg Galliger
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Some good stuff lately!

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May 4 2015, 1:54 PM 

First time I had seen these Jiminy Cricket Bread cards

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Slob Stickers..gotta love'em and some "tougher" Fleer racing cards

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Goodwin Dogs

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Assortment of items - neat A & G insert, thanks to Ron's recent post I know where it came from

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Neat tobacco rug, great lot of Foney Ads & Phoenix Box backs from 1967

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My favorite recent pickup (actually a lot of 1 then a lot of 3) Topps Masks. THESE THINGS ARE HUGE!!!! made to fit over your head.

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boxingcardman
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May 4 2015, 6:31 PM 

Love the 'rocket in the crotch' ABC Star Trek card.
Sic Gorgiamus Allos Subjectatos Nunc

 
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cliff
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May pickups

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May 5 2015, 8:28 AM 

chipping away at the hard to find T68 Natural Leaf Scrap set & some new Dogged dogs (t96z).

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Mark
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May 5 2015, 11:03 AM 

Adam ,
A nice set with a few mistakes , the first one is one card one , can anyone spot it ? happy.gif
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cliff
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May pickups

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May 5 2015, 11:12 AM 

Roger? not even close! happy.gif

 
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Ron
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Some more acquisitions

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May 5 2015, 1:49 PM 

Nice 1881 Folder ~ Sailing timetable inside [linked image]
I bought a nice little group of Niagara Falls stuff 1864 to 1890's
1864 Prang album card set of 12 Niagara Falls [linked image]
1871 5 ~ Railroad cards [linked image]
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1871 Cataract House Menu - on thin paper, hard to believe it survived ~ think of what a effort it was to travel then?? train or horse. Copied the inside....they ate well, perhaps better happy.gif
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Roger
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May 5 2015, 1:50 PM 

Greg & Jerry, thanks for the information. Really like the color on the display card and it is the card on pg 337 of the new Cartophillic book. It does have a tab on the other side. The gentleman I got it from said he purchased Bill Nielsen's collection several years ago.


    
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