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    Rare 1940's Pacific Coast League Baseball Dairy/Ice Cream Group (4) With Rare War-Time Issue. It is a warm and breezy afternoon in sunny California. Your favorite local team could be winning or losing. What could make this scenario any better? Snacks! Offered is a quartet of very are 1940's Pacific Coast League baseball cards representing a trio of California based dairy/ice cream confectioners. Some promotions for the cards actually came inside boxes of popcorn. These cards saw such a limited & localized circulation, today they are very scarce and are rarely become available. Includes: 1940 Hughes Frozen Conf. Sacramento Solons (2) - Larry Baxton (FR, color added) and Melvin Wesley (FR, Canceled "VOID"); 1943 Golden Quality Ice Cream Wilkes-Barre Barons - Alex Damaltron (NM) and 1949 Hage's Dairy - Al Olsen (GD). Fill your type set now.

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    August, 2015
    13th Thursday
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