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    1920's - 1940's Baseball Card Collection and Uncut Dixie Lids Sheet (12). Offered is a diverse selection of 1920's and 1930's vintage baseball cards and ice cream lids. Includes: 1929 Rogers Peet - #46 Melhorn (EX/MT) and Original wax paper envelope/#10 (EX/MT); 1926 Sports Co. of America (2) - Bottomley/1926 Copyright (PR) and Schalk/1926 Copyright (FR); 1933 Delong - #11 Lindstrom (PR); 1933 R306 Butter Cream - Kremer/October 1 (FR, pin hole); 1937 Kellogg's Sport Stamps - Rickenbacker/Waner/Vines/Thornhill (VG/EX); 1937/38 Dixie Lids, Small (2) - Foxx/With Tab (VG-) and Moses/With Tab (GD); 1937/38 Dixie Lids, Large - Hubbell/No Tab (GD); 1937/38 Dixie Lids/Hoodsie Backs (2) - Hubbell/No Tab (FR) and Moses/Hoodsie (GD); 1937/38 Dixie Lids Uncut Sheet - 13-1/2x20" uncut sheet with 30 complete or partial lids. Has Foxx(2), Hubbell(2), Cooper(2). Steffens brand backs (ripped and taped together).

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    August, 2015
    13th Thursday
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