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    1933-1937 World Wide Gum & O-Pee-Chee Baseball/Hockey Wrappers Collection (9). Offered is a scarce collection of nine 1930's paper wrappers proving baseball was not just an American flavor. "World Wide Gum" is the formal name where most call the cards "Canadian Goudey." Found within are two scarce "Diamond Stars" wrappers of unconfirmed origin but it is believed they were used by Goudey to sell the stock of cards acquired from National Chicle and could have been used as late as 1939. Includes: 1933 World Wide Gum, 1934 World Wide Gum, 1936 World Wide Gum/Red &Blue, 1936 World Wide Gum/Red-Blue-Yellow, C. 1936 World Wide Gum/Diamond Stars-Wax, C. 1936 World Wide Gum/Diamond Stars-White, 1937 O-Pee-Chee Baseball, Undated World Wide Gum "Base Hits" and 1936-37 O-Pee-Chee Hockey-Series D. each is generally excellent or nicer, one has very slight edge chip or corner clip.

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