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    1910's-1960's Non-Sport Mixed Theme Collection (170). Offered is a 170-card collection of non-sport cards from a variety of series dating from the 1960's back to the early 20th century. Includes: 1910 T29 Hassan Animal Scenes (10) - Grades GD to VG with one lesser; 1909-10 T27 Fatima Actress Series (31) - Includes white border (6), gold border (12) and stars/crescents (13). Grades FR to GD with one nicer; 1910 T58 Piedmont Fish Series (44) - From both 1st and 2nd series. Grades FR to VG with a few lesser; 1910 T79 Fez Military Series (3) - Grades PR; 1911 T113 Recruit Types of Nations (7) - Grades PR to GD; Circa 1915 R51 Wilbur-Suchard Flags (25) - Grades 50% VG to EX, 50% PR to GD; 1936 Gum Inc. G-Men & Heroes of The Law (23) - All low numbers 1-24 missing #11. Grades VG to EX with one lesser; 1938 Gum Inc. Horrors of War (17) - Grades VG to EX; 1962 Topps Civil War News (10) - Grades EX to EX/MT with a couple slightly lesser (due to centering).

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    January, 2010
    24th Sunday
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