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    1936 R61 "Government Agents Vs Public Enemies" Complete Set (24). In the 1930's nothing captured the public's attention like the war between good and evil, in this case the government vs gangsters and other violent criminals. When issued, this set circulated as eight card uncut strips. The offered 24-card complete set presents very nicely with almost every card at the EX/MT to NM/MT range. Each card has been cut apart and now display left and right edges that are hand cut. For this and this reason alone the cards will not receive numerical grades. A beautiful presentation.


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    August, 2012
    19th Sunday
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