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    1940's Mutoscope "All American Girls" Collection (100). Offered is a gallery of 100 Mutoscope pin-up cards from the 1940's. All of the cards come from the "All-American Girls" series. There are 26 of the 32 different titles. All fresh from a recently opened vending box. Includes: A Lad-Her Problem (4), Bachelor Made (4), Envious (1), Eyes Right (2), Feminine Propaganda/Large Letters (6), Heads Up (5), Help Wanted (7), High Pressure (5), Intoxicatingly Yours (2), Kiss Me Again (2), Knee-Ding A Lift (2), Lucky Dove/Large Letters (1), Miss-Placed Confidence (3), Mist-Ery (6), No Stares (13), Orchids To You (1), Peek-A-View (3), Present Arms/Large Letters (1), Red, White, And You (4), Relax (8), Right Dress (2), Sailor's Sweetheart (2), Shoulder Arms (4), Soldier's Sweetheart (5), The Lady Is Waiting (3) and Up In The Air/Large Letters (4). Grades VG/EX (mainly due to a dinged corner) to EX.

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    Auction Dates
    September, 2016
    4th Sunday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 20
    Lot Tracking Activity: N/A
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