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February Pickups

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February 8 2017, 8:51 AM 

Mostly selling right now but some good pickups from Mid-January on.......glad to see a lot of things I'm selling wind up on this thread with people in this group! And incredible Hanlan N60 Rhett.....I have a good group of N60's minus the two next to Hanlan now.............have seen very few men on any of the N60's. Have a Henry Ward Beecher one..............

Last N21-1 that I needed to complete the set of 80+. Thanks to Terry Knouse and Bob Forbes who got me the #3 and #2 I needed to finish.
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Hodge podge singles for sets and collections
Three S25's that have eluded me. Up to about 130 different. Based on the $700+ that the recent Amity silk sold for, I will likely not ever have a complete set.
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One of (7) INCREDIBLE locomotive advertising cabinet photos I picked up in an impulse batch of snipe bidding. Really cool with specifications on the back preprinted.
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Complete set of Stollwerck Cocoa paper dolls in pretty nice shape
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Couple lots of T400-up cards for a rebuilding of that collection.....
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couple N489's to get me pretty close to a mixed-brand complete set of them......
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My favorite p/u of the month......my first N224 Vatican card. Spot of paper loss on the center but beggars can't be choosers.........and my 588th of the 622 card set. 2017 stretch goal to take that to 600.......
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Nice H652 Scott's Dollars of the World Trade card.......my 3rd of the 16 card set. Same company as the Scott's stamps of today...........
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Nice El Capitan Gum pinback of a hunting dog. Trying to corner the nonsports Cameo Pepsin / El Capitan Gum PE4 market.........
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Larry
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Re: February pickups

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February 8 2017, 10:36 AM 

I just returned from a 35+ day adventure out in California (babysitting grandkids LOL). I visited this antique shop a couple of times, and was anxious to buy SOMETHING as I was in there a couple hours. I found what I think is a small movie poster (10 3/4" X 7") that reminded me of those 1950 Topps "Bring Em Back Alive" cards. A quick eBay search revealed a few of these priced between $15 and $150. This was priced at $5 so I bought it.
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Todd Riley
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February 9 2017, 7:15 AM 

Larry, those are some nice Frank Buck graphics!

A few recent...

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autograp@gmail.com
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Food.......

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February 9 2017, 8:51 AM 

Todd..........Bread, Ice Cream and Cracker Jacks............a balanced meal of card collecting.
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Ken Bush
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Re: February pickups

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February 9 2017, 10:13 PM 

I recently returned from a 6 week vacation to visit some of my relatives. I drove from my home
in Michigan to Deland and St. Augustine Florida then to Grand Prairie Texas then to Arvada and
Bolder Colorado and then back home. I stopped at almost ever antique shop, antique mall and
flea market along the way. I did not find a lot, about half the finds listed below were purchased
locally or from ebay.
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Freedoms War, R709-2
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Pinback Buttons. 2 PX3 Double Header Coins, 4 All Nations Sweet 16 Gum , American Pepsin Gum,
Sweet Caporal Gum and Superman.
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Pep Cereal Real Photos of the Stars, F273-19, 1st and 2nd series.
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Indian Silks
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Two Drinking Straws Boxes - Top
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Movie Star punch card and Ed-U-Cards 3D Bird Series, 15 cards and glasses.
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Mixed group, same as Movie Stars Collection of 120 with blank backs and a #234 Corinne Griffith,
Gilligans Island and The Lone Ranger.
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Capital Bread 49 States and Dellwood Creami-Rich Space Guide.
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Leaf Brands 1967 Star Trek, R734-10
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Five uncut strips of Flag Silks. At the far right end where the hole is they are glued to thin brown
cardboard backing.
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Lucky Strike Bridge Tallies, T14
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Carnation President cards
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Royal Stars of the Movies, F219-3
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Stamps of the Stars and Set of War Planes cards, W632
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Partial Card Game with WW1 War Ships
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Arcade cards and Fleers Dubble Bubble Gum card.
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Set of Dixie Premiums, America's Fighting Forces with covers, F6-2
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Mixed lot, License Plates R714-13, Cars, Tarzan.
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Wheaties box backs, Free Magic Secrets of The Great Nicola
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Hopalong Cassisy cards, R712-2
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Circus Bread Labels, Between the Acts Cigarettes cards N342 and 2 Batman stickers.
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Top Pilot plane cards, new copyright 1989 but only $2.00
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Birthday Horoscopes cards from Deans Mentholated Cough Drops, set of 12 free for 5 Cough Drop
box fronts or 10 cents in coin or stamps.
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Partial set of unknown President cards. Four of the cards were badly damaged or destroyed by the previous
owner. The Eisenhower and Wilson cards were glued back to back with a glue that left a very heave brown
stain. The Taft card had remnants of one of the cards glued to it. I managed to soak it off, but brown glue
stains remained.
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License Plates Game. New, copyright 1993, but for 50 cents at a Flea Market.
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Cereal box backs. General Mills F272-10 Disneyland Light-Ups and a Wheaties Baseball.
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Surf Soap cards and envelope. Cards are 5-1/2 X 8 and have a 1952 copyright, the envelope is 6 X 8-1/2.
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Larry
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February 10 2017, 6:21 AM 

Tough to follow your haul Ken, nice cards!

For a recent baseball "ten card" submission to SGC, I had two open spots:

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Ken.......

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February 10 2017, 8:58 AM 

Nice to see someone else on the pinbacks other than me! And fantastic group of those Kellogg Pep.....they are minty fresh. Love the variety of the stuff you collect. You, Greg G and Todd are all wide open! Love it. Sounds like you put some mileage on the car there..........look forward to retirement and doing stuff like that. With a 7 and 11 year old, I may go directly from retirement to a nursing home though.............

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Pinbacks............

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February 10 2017, 9:06 AM 

Picked up a lot of pinbacks last night in Huggins very happy with. Especially the Sandow pin. Now just need some of the boxing pins. The Butler/Cyclist is a dupe if anyone has any dupes for trade................sorry for LARGE photos............

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Todd Riley
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February 10 2017, 9:09 AM 

Yeah Ken, great haul! Lots of really neat stuff I haven't seen before.

On those presidents, do they have an printing on the backs?

 
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Keith
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president cards

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February 10 2017, 11:03 AM 

Ken's president cards are from a boxed set put out by the Vermont Marble Company. They are from the marble plaques in the presidential gallery that are on display at Vermont Marble Co.If you stopped in to view their marble exhibits the cards were available for sale in the gift shop. My set ends with LBJ.

 
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Ken Bush
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February 10 2017, 3:38 PM 

Backs to the Birthday Horoscopes, President Cards and Top Pilot cards.
Blank back Top Pilot checklist card.
The last card I have in the Presidents cards is Lyndon Johnson, issued
while he was in office.

Ken

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Daniel H
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February 11 2017, 7:48 PM 

This has been a great month for everyone so far! Here's a few more pickups for me:

A nice group of Dick Tracy in about the same condition as my set in progress. On the group of 121-144 I had been waiting for the right deal; this was it for sure.

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Love American Historical Characters. Picking away at AIA and started Cartoon Comics

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Here's a dear Penthouse kind of situation. I bought a lot of twenty-three War News Pictures and in it was one of the dirty dozen. I'd say that kind of thing never happens to me but it just did. Below are the three that I needed for my set in progress.

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Upgrades for my Red Menace set. One of the few 1950s sets that I'm working on.

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A great group of twenty-one AIA that put me over seventy now. Fallout from the sale of Moderator Tom's set.

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Not a card but related to Seal Craft and I like that.

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Complete set of R5 Wischmann airplanes. Sorry about the dark pictures but I couldn't get a picture without a ton of reflection.

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Complete set of series of 29 Wilbur Suchard with album and American flag (thanks Tom!)

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Hey! War Gum! Picked up a set and upgraded about a third of the cards from a group that I picked up from Todd Riley a couple of months ago. Yielded a pretty respectable set in the end. Need only a few upgrades to have it really nice.

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Todd Riley
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February 11 2017, 9:52 PM 

Daniel,
You are one 1930's machine! Some great stuff there. I have always wanted that plane set - too bad it's graded (HA HA!!).

 
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Daniel H
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February 11 2017, 10:09 PM 

If it makes you feel any better I didn't pay any extra because of the encapsulation. I think I got it for a very fair price. They don't come around often and the artwork is great. It's too bad that some of these early sets never made it to the claims on the back of the cards. These claim 250 will be made; Sea Raiders 192, IG series of 312, etc.

 
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Todd Riley
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February 12 2017, 7:52 AM 

Daniel,
I was just joking. I keep hoping to score a whole set at the flea market. So far no luck after looking for the past 30 years.

 
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Troy Kirk
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February 12 2017, 12:02 PM 

Great pickups from everyone this month, lots of fun to view everything. Here's some stuff I recently picked up.

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Todd Riley
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February 13 2017, 1:45 PM 

Troy,
I am amazed how you keep finding obscure movie star cards.

Today was a box day for me...

Marvels of Nature box, Beetle Bailey Phoenix Candy, Milk Duds Ripley's, and my favorite a L.M. Becker gum box that you can make into a whistle. How cool is that!
(condition on all is pretty super!)

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Larry
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February 13 2017, 6:06 PM 

Thanks to board member Joseph, I need just four more cards to complete my set!
Larry
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JOE!
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SOME VINTAGE ODDS AND ENDS!!

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February 14 2017, 3:52 PM 

Just a few here to share with you all. Not a lot but some nice movie star cigarette cards. If anyone is curious who they are or what's on back just e-mail me for information or scans.
Thanks for looking!
JOE
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Gary May
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Today's one and only find....

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February 18 2017, 11:02 AM 

Allen& Ginter??
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