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    1910's Piedmont/Sweet Caporal "Fish Series" and "Bird Series" Collection (150+). 1910's Piedmont/Sweet Caporal "Fish Series" and "Bird Series" Collection (167). Offered is a collection of well over 150 vintage fish and bird cards from two popular tobacco sets. Includes: 1910 T58 Piedmont/Sweet Caporal "Fish Series" (34) - Series 1-50 with mostly Sweet Caporal backs. 34 of 50 different subjects; 1910 T58 Piedmont/Sweet Caporal "Fish Series" (40) - Series 1-100, almost all has a Sweet Caporal back. 38 different subjects plus two extras; 1910-1912 T42 "Bird Series" Type 1 White Border (39) - Near set 39 of 50 subjects. All Mecca backs except for one; 1910-1912 T42 "Bird Series" Type 2 Gold Border (40) - Near set 40 of 50 subjects. Almost all Mecca backs; 1910-12 T43 Mecca "Bird Series" (14) - Partial set 13 of 30 cards plus one extra. Grades FR to VG/EX, most VG.


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    Auction Dates
    April, 2015
    19th Sunday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 14
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