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    1910's-1940's Non-Sports Card Collection (200+). This lot consists of an assortment of cards from nine different pre-1950 non sport card sets. Includes: 1930's Hamilton Gum/Teepee Gum Indian Chiefs (82 cards, all with anonymous backs, offers 39 of the 50 cards for the set; 1930's V290 Hamilton Chewing Gum Cowboy Series (20 cards); 1911 C47 Boy Scouts (1 card); C. 1910 Bird Series (17) as T42 and T43 Mecca but with anonymous backs; 1949 Topps X-Ray Roundup (4); 1949 V410 Cracker Jack Sport (6); 1948 Leaf Pirate Bubble Gum (2); 1940's British Consols Planes & Ships (75); 1949 Dr. Ballard's Canadian Food (3) and Russell Games Authors (39). Overall, the cards grade PR to GD.

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    Auction Dates
    July, 2014
    20th Sunday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 14
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