April Pickups

April Pickups

Joined: November 8th, 2006, 12:49 am

April 1st, 2011, 4:10 pm #1

I am starting this on the assumption that the title means the April pickup thread rather than things picked up in April. These are all March finds.

Although small, I think this is a great set of images. I just picked up the last two fronts I need.



This comes with a variety of backs, for instance US and German advertising backs, a French descriptive back, and a paint chip sample:



I also picked up a group of the small mail carriers and stamps. I did not previously have any of the Mother's or Basma and Adam backs. Is the latter an uncataloged T-card?



I picked up 41 Cushman State cards ... compelling artwork and I would love to find the remaining 7.



The final item on today's show and tell is a group of Italian Buitonis. The artwork is reminiscent of the Figurette high numbers.




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Joined: October 18th, 2008, 11:23 pm

April 1st, 2011, 4:15 pm #2

Re: April Pickups
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Joined: April 7th, 2007, 10:45 pm

April 1st, 2011, 5:27 pm #3

I am starting this on the assumption that the title means the April pickup thread rather than things picked up in April. These are all March finds.

Although small, I think this is a great set of images. I just picked up the last two fronts I need.



This comes with a variety of backs, for instance US and German advertising backs, a French descriptive back, and a paint chip sample:



I also picked up a group of the small mail carriers and stamps. I did not previously have any of the Mother's or Basma and Adam backs. Is the latter an uncataloged T-card?



I picked up 41 Cushman State cards ... compelling artwork and I would love to find the remaining 7.



The final item on today's show and tell is a group of Italian Buitonis. The artwork is reminiscent of the Figurette high numbers.



The price was a bit steep for a flea market find ($1) but worth every penny for one of the hobby's most sought after autographs...

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Joined: November 24th, 2007, 7:32 am

April 1st, 2011, 5:53 pm #4

I am starting this on the assumption that the title means the April pickup thread rather than things picked up in April. These are all March finds.

Although small, I think this is a great set of images. I just picked up the last two fronts I need.



This comes with a variety of backs, for instance US and German advertising backs, a French descriptive back, and a paint chip sample:



I also picked up a group of the small mail carriers and stamps. I did not previously have any of the Mother's or Basma and Adam backs. Is the latter an uncataloged T-card?



I picked up 41 Cushman State cards ... compelling artwork and I would love to find the remaining 7.



The final item on today's show and tell is a group of Italian Buitonis. The artwork is reminiscent of the Figurette high numbers.



The Basma and Adam cards are T138's.
-Rhett
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Joined: November 8th, 2006, 2:37 am

April 1st, 2011, 6:47 pm #5

I am starting this on the assumption that the title means the April pickup thread rather than things picked up in April. These are all March finds.

Although small, I think this is a great set of images. I just picked up the last two fronts I need.



This comes with a variety of backs, for instance US and German advertising backs, a French descriptive back, and a paint chip sample:



I also picked up a group of the small mail carriers and stamps. I did not previously have any of the Mother's or Basma and Adam backs. Is the latter an uncataloged T-card?



I picked up 41 Cushman State cards ... compelling artwork and I would love to find the remaining 7.



The final item on today's show and tell is a group of Italian Buitonis. The artwork is reminiscent of the Figurette high numbers.



Richard - what an AWESOME looking card that is!
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Joined: November 8th, 2006, 12:45 am

April 1st, 2011, 8:08 pm #6

I am starting this on the assumption that the title means the April pickup thread rather than things picked up in April. These are all March finds.

Although small, I think this is a great set of images. I just picked up the last two fronts I need.



This comes with a variety of backs, for instance US and German advertising backs, a French descriptive back, and a paint chip sample:



I also picked up a group of the small mail carriers and stamps. I did not previously have any of the Mother's or Basma and Adam backs. Is the latter an uncataloged T-card?



I picked up 41 Cushman State cards ... compelling artwork and I would love to find the remaining 7.



The final item on today's show and tell is a group of Italian Buitonis. The artwork is reminiscent of the Figurette high numbers.



Got this from an attendee at the Boston show. Someone told me he has the highest graded Strange True Story cards of numbers 5 and 6 . Richard W., I think that is a machine printed auto. Todd spends most of his time camped out at the flea market and wouldn't have time to sign cards



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Joined: November 8th, 2006, 2:37 am

April 1st, 2011, 9:57 pm #7

I am starting this on the assumption that the title means the April pickup thread rather than things picked up in April. These are all March finds.

Although small, I think this is a great set of images. I just picked up the last two fronts I need.



This comes with a variety of backs, for instance US and German advertising backs, a French descriptive back, and a paint chip sample:



I also picked up a group of the small mail carriers and stamps. I did not previously have any of the Mother's or Basma and Adam backs. Is the latter an uncataloged T-card?



I picked up 41 Cushman State cards ... compelling artwork and I would love to find the remaining 7.



The final item on today's show and tell is a group of Italian Buitonis. The artwork is reminiscent of the Figurette high numbers.



Richard,
HA HA - true - but read where he found the card!!!

(hint: Maybe I was there!)
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Joined: September 16th, 2007, 6:34 am

April 3rd, 2011, 11:42 pm #8

I am starting this on the assumption that the title means the April pickup thread rather than things picked up in April. These are all March finds.

Although small, I think this is a great set of images. I just picked up the last two fronts I need.



This comes with a variety of backs, for instance US and German advertising backs, a French descriptive back, and a paint chip sample:



I also picked up a group of the small mail carriers and stamps. I did not previously have any of the Mother's or Basma and Adam backs. Is the latter an uncataloged T-card?



I picked up 41 Cushman State cards ... compelling artwork and I would love to find the remaining 7.



The final item on today's show and tell is a group of Italian Buitonis. The artwork is reminiscent of the Figurette high numbers.



I started to buy these about a year ago on layaway,went off to build my house didn't finish paying for them forgot about them, and then had a flash back!!!! I contacted the seller and he checked and said they were still put aside for me just pay the last installment and he would send them off to me.
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They were sent before I made the last payment.A great guy and a public thank you to JAY WOLT
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Joined: August 16th, 2004, 1:34 am

April 4th, 2011, 3:16 am #9

I am starting this on the assumption that the title means the April pickup thread rather than things picked up in April. These are all March finds.

Although small, I think this is a great set of images. I just picked up the last two fronts I need.



This comes with a variety of backs, for instance US and German advertising backs, a French descriptive back, and a paint chip sample:



I also picked up a group of the small mail carriers and stamps. I did not previously have any of the Mother's or Basma and Adam backs. Is the latter an uncataloged T-card?



I picked up 41 Cushman State cards ... compelling artwork and I would love to find the remaining 7.



The final item on today's show and tell is a group of Italian Buitonis. The artwork is reminiscent of the Figurette high numbers.



Tony, Glad you got em safe & sound.
Been a pleasure doing business with you...jay
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Joined: January 10th, 2005, 9:17 pm

April 4th, 2011, 2:51 pm #10

I am starting this on the assumption that the title means the April pickup thread rather than things picked up in April. These are all March finds.

Although small, I think this is a great set of images. I just picked up the last two fronts I need.



This comes with a variety of backs, for instance US and German advertising backs, a French descriptive back, and a paint chip sample:



I also picked up a group of the small mail carriers and stamps. I did not previously have any of the Mother's or Basma and Adam backs. Is the latter an uncataloged T-card?



I picked up 41 Cushman State cards ... compelling artwork and I would love to find the remaining 7.



The final item on today's show and tell is a group of Italian Buitonis. The artwork is reminiscent of the Figurette high numbers.



Hey guys. I'm a hockey collector but have been picking up some Canadian non-sports lately. If anyone knows where those Howdy Doody cards came from, let me know. Jim.

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