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    1940's Mutoscope "All American Girls" Complete Set (32). Offered is a very nice 32-card complete set of 1940's Mutoscope "All American Girls" pin up cards. This presentation comes from a newly discovered, uncirculated find. All of them have great colors and just some mild corner tip wear. Thirteen cards have been graded by PSA. Includes: A Lad-Her Problem (PSA NM 7), Air Minded/Large Letters (PSA EX-MT 6), Bachelor Made, Envious, Eyes Right, Feminine Propaganda/Large Letters (EX), Heads Up, Help Wanted (PSA NM 7), High Pressure, If She Could Only Cook! (PSA NM 7), Intoxicatingly Yours, Jutht My Thize (PSA EX-MT 6), Kiss Me Again, Knee-Ding A Lift, Lucky Dove, Miss-Placed Confidence, Mist-Ery, No Stares, Orchids To You, Peek-A-View, Present Arms/Large Letters (PSA EX-MT 6), Red, White, And You (PSA NM 7), Relax, Right Dress, Sailor's Sweetheart, Shoulder Arms (SGC EX-MT+ 6.5), Soldier's Sweetheart, Station W.O.W (PSA NM 7), The Lady Is Waiting (PSA NM 7), Up In The Air/Large Letters (PSA NM 7), Welcome Marines/With Hat (PSA NM 7) and What Hoe (PSA VG-EX 4). Grades EX to NM with a few slightly lesser.

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    July, 2017
    16th Sunday
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