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Ken Bush
Reply with quote  #26 
Mr. Anonymous,


What number is the BUCK BARTON booklet?


I really like the America's Defenders Box!


Ken

jim
Reply with quote  #27 
Buck Barton is number 7 and probably the last chapter.



Note to Tom...Some of the Paper Dolls from gum companies are listed as Z12



Some examples of unlisted Dell Comics subscription pictures from 1950












Meniers bracelets




Todd Riley
Reply with quote  #28 





Anybody have any others besides Riddler?
jim
Reply with quote  #29 
Todd, I have "Batman's Mask" on a grape flavor.


Euclid candy



Masons candy




Many aviators, etc.

Todd Riley
Reply with quote  #30 
Thanks Jim!


Is that mask like the cut-out or the Gallery card?
jim
Reply with quote  #31 
Todd


I have a grape Batman also, the mask is like the cutout and neither mention other characters.


But I do have other cartons with four different images of Tennessee Tuxedo and Dudley Do-Right.
Jeff O.
Reply with quote  #32 
Here are 3 Hires Root Beer similar to the Indian and Flag cards in design but with a Christmas theme.







Ken Bush
Reply with quote  #33 
A few more odds and ends.


Lone Ranger Fritos tattoos





About 4-1/4" X 5-7/8"





2" X 4"





Need some help. Free inside what?





I would like to know in what year these were issued.





The other 2 from this set





There are 16 post cards in the set





Zeno Gum discs





1-11/16" diameter





Shown under the envelope in which they came





George Close Co. Flags








Leather and envelope





Came folded in 2-3/4" X 4-3/4" envelope








GreG
Reply with quote  #34 
Davy Crockett Armour Cloverbloom Margarine cards and viewer








Red Heart Dog Cards





Tom Boblitt
Reply with quote  #35 
You put the dagger in my heart with those George Close Flags....wow.....love em....most of them new adds for my E card book......
Todd Riley
Reply with quote  #36 
Ken, there is ton of oddball Peanuts issues. Most came from either bread (Millbrook, Weber, and others) or Dolly Madison snack cakes. Here is a picture I found of a bread wrapper with a similar band to what you show:




I have some of the reflective stickers. I see your wrapper lists "collect all 6" (unless I'm not seeing it correctly). Oddly enough I have 8 different. So I don't know what's up with that. I'm heading off to work now but will try to post some pictures tonight.
Tom Boblitt
Reply with quote  #37 
The cigar bands are T350-1 in the ACC.


Someone subsequently identified the George Close cards as E20. I think an update in the Card Collector's Bulletin or Benjamin or someone.


I think the college leather is L20


The Blanket is probably listed depending on the size in the B section.


Bob Forbes may chime in with the additional info.


GREAT STUFF......especially the George Close
Tom Boblitt
Reply with quote  #38 
With Ken's George Close Flags, I'm now up to 11 checklisted.............


Please let me know if anyone has any additional. I know it must be a set of 20-30 based on the other Close sets and the sets of the day. Anything to explain the difficulty finding them?



1         United States


2         Great Britain


3         France


4         Germany


6         Soviet Republic


7         Irish Free State


8         Portugal


10         Greece


11         Sweden


12         Japan


13         China


Ken Bush
Reply with quote  #39 
Tom, thanks for the information. I knew the listings for the cards.


I posted them mainly to show the envelopes in which they were issued.


The items are seen often, especially the Leather and the Flag, but


the envelopes are not.


The Peanuts label does say collect all six. I thought they might have


been issued by a bread company, but have never been able to find any


information.


Ken
Anonymous
Reply with quote  #40 
Ken,


The Peanuts stickers may have come in boxes of Zingers cakes (Dolly Madison product).
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