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KenBush

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My recent pickups.

Highlights of the History of America album from Kroger
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Only 6 of the 10 sheets were included with the album
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Coke Plane pictures
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M. Burd blank back cards on calenders. These were also used as bread cards.
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Freedoms War cards
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First Column Defenders
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Astronauts
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War News Pictures
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Scoop cards
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Man on the Moon
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Mixed-Whats My Job, Presidents, Civil War News, TV and Rario Stars
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U.S. Navy Victories
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Odd Rod Allstars Box
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3D Trading cards

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Odd Rods cards
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Set of Space 1999
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Kookie Plaks
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Set of Flying Nun cards
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Smart Cards
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Cards from different sets
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Great pick-ups, Ken.  Love both the volume and diversity. 

On the four Suzanna cards, who is the distributor?  Thanks - Jack J.
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Jack,

The 4 Suzanna and the Famous Movie Plays are from Telfer Biscuit Co.

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mixed bag-o-goodies! I bought 16 leathers just to get ONE of TWO I need. The OJ card for my types. The huge store card I sister for another one I have - I've only owned or seen three differentScan_20180216 (4).jpg Scan_20180216.jpg . JUST GUESSING - but figure there should be around as many as there were cross cut actress cards divided by 25........

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I picked up these 3 beautiful W&H pinbacks from different sources in the past month.  I can't find this set in any of the Hake books.  The backs are identical and date from the 1900-1910 era.  The artwork on these pinbacks is especially good, I think.

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Thanks Ken.  I'm asking because of a most ridiculous self-imposed quest.  I'm working on a master set of the Suzanna cards.  I think it's possible to get the Patterson, Telfer and Shotwell cards, but it is my experience that the Iten Biscuit cards are very nearly impossible.  Oh well, we all need projects that will extend beyond our own life expectancy.  If numbers 54, 70 and 76 ever need to find a new home, let me know.  I think I may have some traders around here someplace.  Thanks - Jack J.
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These cards (3 N36's, 4 N284 actors, 4 N2's) all came from Hal Lutsky (halspaperfair).  He's been running the SF Paper Fair show for 30+ years.  He must've found a trove of 19th c. stuff somewhere.

I'm chipping away at the N36 set... I have 5 dupes to trade (Arkikita, Big Razor, True Eagle, Wetcunie, White Shield) for ones I need.

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Licade License plates


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I think this stickshift/dragstrip sticker , this package with a race car card in a wrapper?
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These are dated 1881


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Duke Chair 



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Liggett & Myers tin advertising



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Some really great stuff everyone. I just subscribed to The Wrapper and made a few purchased including the McHale's Navy set (pack fresh) in the picture. Snagged 2 more Sky Birds, only 6 more to complete my set. Actress card came from Sterling Sports Auctions and just thought it was pretty cool to add to my collection. Still have some more HOW on the way. Looking to add some Uncle Same and Space cards and the R3s posts by Non Sport Daniel are pretty cool. 

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Phenomenal stuff everyone! Live the advertising stuff Greg and that Dukes chair. I have a piedmont but need one of those Dukes. Also congrats on that A&G and Buchner haul Bill......I'm chipping away at those A&G sets as well.......
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Loads of great pickups by everyone!

Greg, I think that car sticker in the wrapper is from cereal.

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That McHale's Navy set is mint-y; nice!

A few more for me. The R58 Generals and Their Flags completes my set. A nice R75 color combo that I didn't have. Three EX 5 cards from sets I'm either working on or upgrading. I'm getting close on R59 American beauties. The flip on the R48 is labelled incorrectly. It's actually an R48-2.

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Oversized Allen Ginter flag card
Newsboy N566 White House
Lot of (8) what appear to be Kinney or ATC proof cards

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Some Huggins and Scott wins from their recent auction

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I'm very pleased with this "Philippines" version of the R164 War Gum wrapper.  The series of four geographic wrappers from this set gives a lot of intellectual credit to the 12 year old kid in 1941. 

The "Divinity Fudge" wrapper was of interest to me because it was manufactured by the mysterious "House of Merrick" who also produced the War Action Pictures "Commando-Rangers" and "Liberty" wrappers.  - Jack J.

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The pickups keep rolling in for everyone.

Jack, that is a great War Gum wrapper!

Some more recent...

Got these for the #32 pink variation I needed...
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More Dino's and a cat...
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Oddball cards (Jack, did I see you get some of these once?)...
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(they are larger than I thought)

Complete set of Reg'lar Fellers Ice Cream cards (these are tiny - 2 1/2 x 1 7/8)...
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And of course the suspicious Space Patrol pouch...
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Lot of (15) Between the Acts from the recent batch of lots that were auctioned......

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Todd - You asked me if I had any of the "Dumb-Bells" etc. cards and I thought, "You know, they do look mighty familiar."  So I started the search.  The only thing I discovered is how hopelessly inadequate my filing system is, especially for odd-ball cards.  I think I may have unsuccessfully bid on a group of these once so they looked familiar.  The only reference I found while searching this site is this:

https://forum.vintagenonsports.com/post/show_single_post?pid=1302583828&postcount=3&forum=627991

Sorry I don't have any (that I can find) - Jack J.
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I knew I had no chance at that Phillipines Wrapper and was able to live up to my title of "Always the underbidder and never the winner." Glad that it went to you though Jack. Love the Island variations of War Gum wrappers.
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Acquiring a new N283 is a minor miracle, so today is a very happy day at my house.  The last one I got was in June 2015.  This is my 22nd different one; at this rate, I'll finish the set early in the 22nd century.  

Despite the judgmental text on this card, Schwab was almost certainly innocent of any criminal activity at the Haymarket event but got lumped in with several other activists.  The governor of Illinois eventually commuted his sentence.


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Bill, Congrats! That's pretty sweet. Sadly, I have none so can't contribute to any list.

Some recent odds & ends for me...

For some reason I like these S40 Flag silks (large size)...
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My 2nd group of Singing Lady Mother Goose mail-away cards (with another letter)...
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Ziegler Space card (sadly I missed the one I really wanted - #12 which would have finished my set)...
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General Mills President Portrait cards panels...
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Some weekend pickups (which started yesterday)...

1940's Movie Star Soap Premiums...
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Humpty Dumpty potato chips Space Coins & holder + interesting Coffee Flag sticker...
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Some nice Zorro and Astronaut cards...
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I have always thought these Ringside Boxing cards had a neat look to them...
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Some misc. cards including some Arm&Hammer numbered folders (Hey Mark, do you know anything about these?) and some R830-1 aviation cards...
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I'm amazed these V4 Canadian candy cards ended up at a flea market in Ohio...
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Lastly, I believe this is a complete set with mailers of the World War II Tru-flight Airplane models...
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Todd - Great pick-up of the V4 Cowan's Art Series cards.  I have a lot of Cowan's cards, but none of the Art Series. They seem to be very hard to find.  Congrats.  - Jack J.
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Ending the month on a strong note with these Soldier Boy pickups. Need five to complete my set now. These are tough to find in decent condition. Happy to work out a cash/trade with a board member for these.





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the posts above make me feel like a slacker!

oh well, better late than never, scored a few lots just under the 2/18 wire...

t68 miners extra backs - creeping up on a nice t68 sub set

scored a couple t36 drivers

snagged a nice lot of Indians - against my better judgement, started a new set, as I have some family ties to the Goudey's...

continued to hammer throw at a T218 master with some random lots to fill some holes...

TKO'd a nice lot of T220 hard to find Tolstoi backs!  

TTYL!

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A few more for me...

These are from Cracker Jacks (1979) and are pretty tough...
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Even though the backs of these cereal boxes are designed to be saved, it always amazes me complete boxes from the 1940's have survived to today..
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