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    1938 Gum Inc. "Horrors Of War" 1-Cent Wrapper (White). One of the most popular non-sport sets in the hobby. This edition (card #'s 1-192) was an ingenious vehicle to bring war propaganda to an impressionable young generation. The set is by far the most graphic and violent filled productions ever. Offered is a 1-cent wax paper wrapper. This "White" variant displays exceptionally well just one center fold to note aside from those from circulation. A tough wrapper that presents at the near-mint level.

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