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    1950's Baseball Card & Bubble Gum Vending Machine. One of the great laments of the baseball card collecting hobby is the death of the bubble gum tradition, those sugary slabs that added that extra fun to the opening of wax packs. Here's another variation on that extinct theme, as kids could satisfy their sugar teeth and love of our National Pastime for the price of two cents. We'll acknowledge that the cards currently on display behind the glass are a bit later than the machine, but the original key is still here so you can switch out the cards and gum to your heart's content. A great reminder of those bygone Happy Days. Dimensions are 6x13x13". Condition EX.

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    Auction Dates
    October, 2007
    27th Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 4
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