July Pickups

July Pickups

Joined: January 21st, 2008, 5:05 am

July 2nd, 2012, 2:29 pm #1

An unlikely pickup starts July off right

This is a nice set of Victor recording stars:




Lot of Kendig Chocolate Cards:


Cards from an early game Buster Brown & Goat



Traded with Alan for these two R3s:


Fatmia Actresses & British American Ships


Roy Rodgers Exhibit, Three Stooges, Zorro, Adams Family, Goudey, Neilson's Chocolate, Stip War cards


Arm & Hammer Cow cards:


The best for last (the unlikely pickup) Complete Wrapper Magazine run from #2 - #80

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Joined: September 19th, 2006, 3:37 pm

July 2nd, 2012, 3:02 pm #2

Hopefully this means your impasse with your wife got worked out! Great pickups--especially the Wrapper lot..........and if you wind up with a duplicate US Kendigs flag, it's the only one I need. Nice pickups!

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Joined: October 11th, 2004, 4:37 pm

July 2nd, 2012, 4:34 pm #3

An unlikely pickup starts July off right

This is a nice set of Victor recording stars:




Lot of Kendig Chocolate Cards:


Cards from an early game Buster Brown & Goat



Traded with Alan for these two R3s:


Fatmia Actresses & British American Ships


Roy Rodgers Exhibit, Three Stooges, Zorro, Adams Family, Goudey, Neilson's Chocolate, Stip War cards


Arm & Hammer Cow cards:


The best for last (the unlikely pickup) Complete Wrapper Magazine run from #2 - #80







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Joined: September 19th, 2006, 3:37 pm

July 2nd, 2012, 5:43 pm #4

An unlikely pickup starts July off right

This is a nice set of Victor recording stars:




Lot of Kendig Chocolate Cards:


Cards from an early game Buster Brown & Goat



Traded with Alan for these two R3s:


Fatmia Actresses & British American Ships


Roy Rodgers Exhibit, Three Stooges, Zorro, Adams Family, Goudey, Neilson's Chocolate, Stip War cards


Arm & Hammer Cow cards:


The best for last (the unlikely pickup) Complete Wrapper Magazine run from #2 - #80

If I should be happy or said that I just ate...........


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Joined: October 11th, 2004, 4:37 pm

July 2nd, 2012, 10:42 pm #5

An unlikely pickup starts July off right

This is a nice set of Victor recording stars:




Lot of Kendig Chocolate Cards:


Cards from an early game Buster Brown & Goat



Traded with Alan for these two R3s:


Fatmia Actresses & British American Ships


Roy Rodgers Exhibit, Three Stooges, Zorro, Adams Family, Goudey, Neilson's Chocolate, Stip War cards


Arm & Hammer Cow cards:


The best for last (the unlikely pickup) Complete Wrapper Magazine run from #2 - #80



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Joined: December 23rd, 2009, 9:52 pm

July 3rd, 2012, 5:17 pm #6

An unlikely pickup starts July off right

This is a nice set of Victor recording stars:




Lot of Kendig Chocolate Cards:


Cards from an early game Buster Brown & Goat



Traded with Alan for these two R3s:


Fatmia Actresses & British American Ships


Roy Rodgers Exhibit, Three Stooges, Zorro, Adams Family, Goudey, Neilson's Chocolate, Stip War cards


Arm & Hammer Cow cards:


The best for last (the unlikely pickup) Complete Wrapper Magazine run from #2 - #80

Hi, it's been a while since my last post. I wanted to share some pickups from Argentina:


Tin cards. Yes, cards printed on Tin. About 1 1/2 inches tall each. 1971


Funny Doors Argentina edition 1971.


Solapitas Divertidas (Comic Book Foldees Argentina edition, 1969).


Gauchitas 1969

Not as nice and vintage as everything published here, but just wanted to share.

Thanks!

Enrique

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Joined: September 19th, 2006, 3:37 pm

July 3rd, 2012, 6:39 pm #7

An unlikely pickup starts July off right

This is a nice set of Victor recording stars:




Lot of Kendig Chocolate Cards:


Cards from an early game Buster Brown & Goat



Traded with Alan for these two R3s:


Fatmia Actresses & British American Ships


Roy Rodgers Exhibit, Three Stooges, Zorro, Adams Family, Goudey, Neilson's Chocolate, Stip War cards


Arm & Hammer Cow cards:


The best for last (the unlikely pickup) Complete Wrapper Magazine run from #2 - #80

It's cool to see things from other countries too! We have a fantastic Argentinian restaurant in town here and I love to go for the mixed meat dinner! Three types of steak, sausage, over french fries with a lot of chimichurri sauce......my mouth is watering right now..........

Love those foldee cards from 1969........

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

July 4th, 2012, 5:54 am #8

An unlikely pickup starts July off right

This is a nice set of Victor recording stars:




Lot of Kendig Chocolate Cards:


Cards from an early game Buster Brown & Goat



Traded with Alan for these two R3s:


Fatmia Actresses & British American Ships


Roy Rodgers Exhibit, Three Stooges, Zorro, Adams Family, Goudey, Neilson's Chocolate, Stip War cards


Arm & Hammer Cow cards:


The best for last (the unlikely pickup) Complete Wrapper Magazine run from #2 - #80

Recently found these in a group of cards, any ACC info on these? Obviously, they were an insert, the Paris Exhibition was 1900 so that makes them a very early D-issue. I am very familiar with Standard Biscuit's later baseball sets but this was a new one for me...

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

July 4th, 2012, 12:05 pm #9

An unlikely pickup starts July off right

This is a nice set of Victor recording stars:




Lot of Kendig Chocolate Cards:


Cards from an early game Buster Brown & Goat



Traded with Alan for these two R3s:


Fatmia Actresses & British American Ships


Roy Rodgers Exhibit, Three Stooges, Zorro, Adams Family, Goudey, Neilson's Chocolate, Stip War cards


Arm & Hammer Cow cards:


The best for last (the unlikely pickup) Complete Wrapper Magazine run from #2 - #80

Rhett,
Those are really cool! I couldn't find a listing for them. What size are they? Do you have other titles?
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Joined: January 2nd, 2005, 12:23 am

July 4th, 2012, 4:28 pm #10

An unlikely pickup starts July off right

This is a nice set of Victor recording stars:




Lot of Kendig Chocolate Cards:


Cards from an early game Buster Brown & Goat



Traded with Alan for these two R3s:


Fatmia Actresses & British American Ships


Roy Rodgers Exhibit, Three Stooges, Zorro, Adams Family, Goudey, Neilson's Chocolate, Stip War cards


Arm & Hammer Cow cards:


The best for last (the unlikely pickup) Complete Wrapper Magazine run from #2 - #80

Nice pickup on the Wrapper back issues Greg-I need a few oldies myself and have posted in the BST miscellaneous section on the ones I need (about a dozen all #32 or earlier).
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