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    1880's N145 Actors and Actresses Collection (12). This week we are pleased to have the opportunity to present the remainder of a collection of almost 200 19th century "N" Actor and Actress cards from Duke, Virginia Brights and Cross-Cut Cigarettes. This is a fresh discovery of 120+ year old collectibles and they are being offered for sale for the first time. NOTE: As is common with these types of cards, there will be size variations and some may not meet the arbitrary size minimums of 21st Century grading services.
    This presentation includes: 1880's N145 Cross-Cut "Actors and Actresses" (12 cards) - All share the "Cross-Cut Cigarettes" with copy below portrait style format. Including #'s 304 DeSilva, 324 Barlow, 388 Gregory, 582 Stewart, 596 Maddick, 640 Ellis, 727 Greenwood, 745 Gray, 748 Florian, NN Howitt and NN Harold. Grades EX with a few lesser.


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    Auction Dates
    September, 2011
    11th Sunday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 4
    Lot Tracking Activity: N/A
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