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    1930's - 1950's Non-Sport Card Collection (1,250+). Offered is a collector's grade collection of non-sport cards from the 1930s thru the 1950's. There are over 1,250 cards included with duplication. Almost half of the collection is of the 1950's Topps Freedom's War cards. Includes: 1930's R185 W.S. "Indian and Western" (79) - Grades PR to FR with some with corners missing; 1948 Bowman "Movie Stars" (24) - Grades PR to FR with some cards with writing and trimmed; 1948 Leaf "Pirates Gum" (51) - Grades PR to FR with some cards with glue and corners missing; 1949 Bowman "Wild West" (17) - Grades PR to FR with marked cards and trimmed cards; 1950's Ed-U-Cards "Lone Rangers" (18) - Grades PR to FR; 1949 Topps X Ray Round-Up (45) - Grades PR to FR; 1950 Topps Freedom's War (645) - Grades overall PR to FR; 1950 Topps Hopalong Cassidy (145) - Grades PR to FR; 1951 Bowman Fight The Red Menace (205) - Grades overall PR to FR with a few nicer; 1951 Bowman Jets, Rockets, Spacemen (35) - Grades PR to FR; 1952 Topps Wings (12) - Grades overall PR to PR with a couple nicer.

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    September, 2016
    4th Sunday
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