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Taliasen

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Does anyone recognize what set this is from?  It is a "blank back" with no set name, company name or information or ANYTHING else.  I am hoping someone could identify the art style or even the set design this is from.  If I am really lucky, someone may even have a checklist or link to a site about the set!

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Not sure if you are asking for ID for the top posted picture only which I unfortunately can't help you with, or also the bottom picture as well.

The silk (lower picture) is part of the SC1 Animal with Flag series issued in Canada by the Imperial Tobacco Company in the 1910's, 55 numbered silks total in the series, quite common. Bob 
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Thank you for the post!  The bottom picture is part of my signature.  I do know the information about the silk.  Now if PSA would just grade and encapsulate the silk!

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PSA doesn't do silks.  SGC will.  BGS does too, I believe.

And I'm guessing your card is either from a board game or a student teaching flashcard set or something.

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Is it standard card size?
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Thanks for the replies!  No, it is NOT standard card sized.  Shown here next to a standard sized card for comparison.
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It has the look/characteristics of an album card, but beyond that I'm stumped.
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