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A few recent for me:

Some 1960's Bugs Bunny cereal backs...
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A nice group of 1930's Kellogg's Singing Lady mail-away backs and books...
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A set of "Children of Every Land" bread cards with album from the 1930's Weber Bread...
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And this has to be one of my favorite bread sets, "Mity-Nice" Kids in Wonderland and album from Weber Bread with art by Fay Smith.
The art is very colorful and quite artistically graphic...
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Todd - Love the Mity Nice bread cards.  I've only managed to land two of them myself.  Thanks for sharing.  - Jack J.
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Jack,
I have added all the images to the database. You can check out all the colorful bizarre pictures here..

http://www.non-sport.com/sets/4554

(Make sure you do the gallery view)

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Thank Todd.  Great images.  Maybe Marty should peel himself off the couch and congratulate you on your score.

I tried to find any info on Fay Smith but had no luck.  She seems like she would have been a children's book illustrator or something.  - JJ
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A few items that I picked up this month. Some of the odd stuff that I like.

Toy Animals on Rockers. The animal is printed on both sides. The envelope is 3-7/8 X 5-1/2 
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Three ship cards from Northwestern Yeast Co. 3-3/8 X 5-1/2 & Batman comic from Pop Tarts.
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Two Snowcrop punch out cards. 4-3/16 X 5-3/4
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Bread cards and a Nestle's catalog
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Circus Dixie lids & Russia, Cote's Wonder Bread Magic Flying Trip No. 31
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Allies in Action and Tarzan cards
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Dixie premium picture album with 8 pictures
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Two Dot-Dash War Picture Puzzles. 3-1/8 X 4-5/8 folded
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Lion Coffee complete sets - Bo Peep, Queen of Hearts, Humpty Dumpty and The Printer
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Early Quaker Oats premiums. The Checkers envelope is 3-3/8 X 6. And a Minnesoda silk
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Movie star strip cards
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Felts, pennants and a silk Rhino
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Just back from the framer. Sorry for the bad pix that's distorting the proportions of two banners and for my inclusion of a Mantle Maris autographed photo - I realize it's sports :-) Finally wised up a smidge and inexpensively framed the two banners. Favorite is the BTA proofs piece - they look crisp important and aesthetically pleasing.

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N559 State Governors C.C. Stevenson of Nevada, snagged quickly on eBay earlier this week.  It's been well-loved, but I hadn't added a new one to my small group for 2+ years so I was very glad to see it.

On my website, I have a page of N559s that includes 2 other cards with similarly stamped numbers: https://thetraderspeaks.com/n559-state-governors/
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Man Bill. Facial hair was out of control back then. Nice pickup.
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