York Caramel Actresses--E212?

York Caramel Actresses--E212?

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

August 29th, 2011, 3:22 am #1

I posted this in the E-card thread but didn't get any responses to it there so I will try again...

I know the Ballplayers are E210 and the tough to find Boxers are E211, but I hadn't seen an actress before. Are these cataloged anywhere & were they ever given an ACC # (ie E212). Obviously, Burdick designed the York Caramel Co. to have the E210-E219 chunk of the E-# series but only utilized the first two integers, would it therefore make sense to catalog these as E212 as opposed to E-Uncataloged? Maybe this has been discussed somewhere. Also, how tough are these York actresses?
-Rhett

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August 29th, 2011, 4:32 am #2

It would make sense to catalog that set as E212 though I haven't heard that anyone has done that yet. There is also another York movie stars set issued later.



Partial checklists of these sets are on my Moviecard Website. Collector David York provided the scans of the second set and knows a lot about these sets. Both sets are pretty hard to find.
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August 29th, 2011, 4:34 am #3

I posted this in the E-card thread but didn't get any responses to it there so I will try again...

I know the Ballplayers are E210 and the tough to find Boxers are E211, but I hadn't seen an actress before. Are these cataloged anywhere & were they ever given an ACC # (ie E212). Obviously, Burdick designed the York Caramel Co. to have the E210-E219 chunk of the E-# series but only utilized the first two integers, would it therefore make sense to catalog these as E212 as opposed to E-Uncataloged? Maybe this has been discussed somewhere. Also, how tough are these York actresses?
-Rhett

Look in Gallery under E Cards E123 Movie Stars, your card is there. set of 120or so
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August 29th, 2011, 4:39 am #4

I posted this in the E-card thread but didn't get any responses to it there so I will try again...

I know the Ballplayers are E210 and the tough to find Boxers are E211, but I hadn't seen an actress before. Are these cataloged anywhere & were they ever given an ACC # (ie E212). Obviously, Burdick designed the York Caramel Co. to have the E210-E219 chunk of the E-# series but only utilized the first two integers, would it therefore make sense to catalog these as E212 as opposed to E-Uncataloged? Maybe this has been discussed somewhere. Also, how tough are these York actresses?
-Rhett

Forget last post. Read it wrong.
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August 29th, 2011, 5:34 pm #5

I posted this in the E-card thread but didn't get any responses to it there so I will try again...

I know the Ballplayers are E210 and the tough to find Boxers are E211, but I hadn't seen an actress before. Are these cataloged anywhere & were they ever given an ACC # (ie E212). Obviously, Burdick designed the York Caramel Co. to have the E210-E219 chunk of the E-# series but only utilized the first two integers, would it therefore make sense to catalog these as E212 as opposed to E-Uncataloged? Maybe this has been discussed somewhere. Also, how tough are these York actresses?
-Rhett

Neat cards!

I was wondering if it was possible the series with the 120 backs is a second series of 60 (numbered 61-120). Does anyone have a card with the 120 style of back that is numbered below 61?
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August 29th, 2011, 6:02 pm #6

I posted this in the E-card thread but didn't get any responses to it there so I will try again...

I know the Ballplayers are E210 and the tough to find Boxers are E211, but I hadn't seen an actress before. Are these cataloged anywhere & were they ever given an ACC # (ie E212). Obviously, Burdick designed the York Caramel Co. to have the E210-E219 chunk of the E-# series but only utilized the first two integers, would it therefore make sense to catalog these as E212 as opposed to E-Uncataloged? Maybe this has been discussed somewhere. Also, how tough are these York actresses?
-Rhett

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August 29th, 2011, 10:28 pm #7

I posted this in the E-card thread but didn't get any responses to it there so I will try again...

I know the Ballplayers are E210 and the tough to find Boxers are E211, but I hadn't seen an actress before. Are these cataloged anywhere & were they ever given an ACC # (ie E212). Obviously, Burdick designed the York Caramel Co. to have the E210-E219 chunk of the E-# series but only utilized the first two integers, would it therefore make sense to catalog these as E212 as opposed to E-Uncataloged? Maybe this has been discussed somewhere. Also, how tough are these York actresses?
-Rhett

Great Marty! Thanks for that detailed response!
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August 30th, 2011, 2:05 am #8

I posted this in the E-card thread but didn't get any responses to it there so I will try again...

I know the Ballplayers are E210 and the tough to find Boxers are E211, but I hadn't seen an actress before. Are these cataloged anywhere & were they ever given an ACC # (ie E212). Obviously, Burdick designed the York Caramel Co. to have the E210-E219 chunk of the E-# series but only utilized the first two integers, would it therefore make sense to catalog these as E212 as opposed to E-Uncataloged? Maybe this has been discussed somewhere. Also, how tough are these York actresses?
-Rhett

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August 30th, 2011, 9:54 pm #9

I posted this in the E-card thread but didn't get any responses to it there so I will try again...

I know the Ballplayers are E210 and the tough to find Boxers are E211, but I hadn't seen an actress before. Are these cataloged anywhere & were they ever given an ACC # (ie E212). Obviously, Burdick designed the York Caramel Co. to have the E210-E219 chunk of the E-# series but only utilized the first two integers, would it therefore make sense to catalog these as E212 as opposed to E-Uncataloged? Maybe this has been discussed somewhere. Also, how tough are these York actresses?
-Rhett

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