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    1890's K1-K8 Arbuckle Brothers Coffee Trade Card Collection (110+). Offered is a collection of just over 110 Arbuckle Coffee trade cards issued during the 1890's. These are very colorful and finely illustrated cards often over looked for their tobacco based counterparts. Includes: 1890 K1 Arbuckle Coffee Animals (25) - Partial set 25 of 50 cards. Grades 50% VG to VG/EX, 50% lesser (a few have erased pencil); 1893 K4 Arbuckle Coffee History of Sports and Pastimes of the World (30) - Partial set 30 of 50 cards. Grades 50% VG to VG/EX, 50% lesser (a few have adhesive residue) and a couple cut small; 1892 K5 Arbuckle Coffee Co. History of The United States (14) - Grades 43% VG, 57% lesser; 1890's K6 Arbuckle Coffee Co. Countries (15) - Grades 67% GD to VG, 33% lesser; 1891 K8 Arbuckle Coffee Co. Views from Trip Around the World (27) - Partial set 27 of 50 cards. Grades GD to VG with about a third being lesser.

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