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I have not seen any images from this series that actually showed the title and so I thought I would provide an example here (please see first photograph below).
The second photograph provides an example of a third image for the girl with the basket of fruit which would now raise the total known for this series to 19.

WIN_20190705_13_50_53_Pro (2).jpg  WIN_20190705_13_54_48_Pro (2).jpg 

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I think those are N682/N692 (not N157 Duke Sunny South). Similar sets.
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Toby,
Those are great! I've added them to the database.

(Don't know what Steve's smoking this morning - those are definitely N157's)

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hmmmm. I think the old thread on these needs to be revisited. Pretty sure I don't agree that the woman standing next to basket belongs (for more than just she's NOT the little girl with basket). Lot's on my plate this second and can't devote proper brain power just now. There is more than one "Sunny South" RELATED series. The series (almost any photo series) are SOMEWHAT ARBITRARY as to what is included in a category irrespective of the actual brand titles.

A problem in ANY collecting community is a RUSH in cataloging something before it's been PROPERLY VETTED. It may in fact be part of the series - just think it needs to be examined. If I get time I'll do the search for the link.

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https://forum.vintagenonsports.com/search?keywords=sunny+south&searchin=message&member=&do=findposts&id=&replies=atleast&numreplies=0&daterange=0&custdatefrom=&custdateto=&sort=&order=desc&radio_showas=threads&btnSearch=Search&action=doSearch
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After pouring through the numerous threads on this topic, I put some effort into what was in the NSB. Please comment, offer missing subtype confirmations or the "missing" image of the "Mr. Big Shot" smoking the cigar or other images that might ought to be considered for this "artificial set" thanks  to Jefferson B.


 
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pdf NSB_Chapters_SunnySouthSeries_2019.07.07.pdf (16.51 MB, 13 views)


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I sold my nearly complete set to a board member. It wasn't easy for me to do. I likely have the images somewhere if they don't share something you need. There are at least two cards with mr. big shot separated by "clicks". :-)

I look forward to seeing how you deal with the two "Gilbert and Sullivan" looking women that people believe are black AND believe they are Sunny South material! BTW - a couple of the cards I had were the ONLY ones I had come across in MANY years of looking. The groups are quite separate in my mind regardless of the category.

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Toby,
Those are great! I've added them to the database.

(Don't know what Steve's smoking this morning - those are definitely N157's)


I stand corrected.

Is there a gallery for N682/N692?
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Steve,

Here is what is in the database for N682:

http://www.non-sport.com/sets/3999

Here is N692 (notice the brand difference):

http://www.non-sport.com/sets/4011

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Think there's another perspective on #8 (?CRS). 3/4/5 would sell for more than 90.00 and the boxers as well.
Still NOT a fan of the three pix of possibly an Indian or Italian woman. In addition - all of the cards are telling a story of some sort either in caricature or with props EXCEPT 12, 13, 14 - woman on stage with a flower basket. I have quite a bit of experience with selling early cabinet photographs albeit primarily 20 years ago with a focus on African American and oddity entertainers. I have owned two of the three cards in question. With them in hand I saw nothing even approaching an objective conclusion as to their "skin tones". I will however defer to others.

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Only 1-11 and 15/16 would be in a Sunny South sub-category I was making. "Sunny South" is suggestive of the exaggerated characters and a lifestyle experienced on the plantation and elsewhere for African Americans.
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If anyone has the card ID'd in the NSB book at #18 I'd be interested in it.  

[N157] 

Also confirmation of its existence in other brands (incl. N692 brands)

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N692 confirmed:

1888 N692 Old Fashion Fine Cut.jpg 


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