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ajbaxter1975

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The eBay listing ended with multiple bids at $58...so there's your actual value.

https://www.ebay.ca/itm/1920s-Shotwells-Candy-Wrapper-Sam-n-Henry-Amos-Andy-Minstrelsy-Preowned/254313358803?hash=item3b3641e5d3:g:v6AAAOSw7qddPgV-

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I was the under-bidder on the Sam 'N Henry wrapper.  I bid what I was willing to pay.  I would consider myself a reasonably advance Non-Sports wrapper collector, but this wrapper wasn't associated with any known Non-Sports card set, so I wasn't a high roller on this.  If it came to the attention of someone interested in the Amos 'N Andy connection, or ethnic items, it could achieve a higher value in that arena.  Maybe it's the holy grail among non-card related candy wrappers and no one else saw it.  But from our perspective, with this being a Non-Sports card forum, it is interesting as maybe a Shotwell "goes with" item for the Grange, Suzanna or Molly 'O sets, but not much else.  Just my opinion.  It is a cool wrapper.  - Jack J.
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OOPS.  I guess I said too much.  -JJ
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This one was auctioned a few years ago.
I might have won it, i cant remember.
Shotwell mfg from the 20's scares me because they
didn't mention cards on most wrappers yet
produced a number of card sets.
And I hate to overlook them because
of their rarity.

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