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Terry G.

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Here is another batch of cutouts that I believe are US in origin. The backs are blank and yellow. If anyone knows what these are from, please advise. Thanks!

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Terry,
Those are new to me.

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I was hoping you might know, Todd. I'm not certain about the country of origin. I guess the mystery continues...
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Hi.

I have a similar question as to what might be considered a non-sport card.

I recently found a booklet format - series of 12 automobiles .

The booklet, made in England by Platinum, titled Vintage & Veteran Cars.

The cars are self described as " 12 stand up cars to press out & colour"

Would these be considered as cards?

Thanks for any input.
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Hi.

I have a similar question as to what might be considered a non-sport card.

I recently found a booklet format - series of 12 automobiles .

The booklet, made in England by Platinum, titled Vintage & Veteran Cars.

The cars are self described as " 12 stand up cars to press out & colour"

Would these be considered as cards?

Thanks for any input.


They are probably best described as "punchout cards".  
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