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Lot 605.  2 1933-34 R136 National Chicle Sky Birds. 1933 #13 Kiffin Rockwell (Series of 48) vg-ex and 1934 #65 Deperdussin Monoplane (Series of 144) vg.
Winning Bid $25     


Lot 606.  14 Different 1934 Lux Toilet Soap Scarce Movie Star Studio Portrait Premiums. These 9” x 12” black & white portraits are from a set purported to be complete at 33, but only 31 have been checklisted. Stars of this group are Claudette Colbert in “Cleopatra”; Joan Crawford in “Chained”; Kay Francis in “British Agent”; Clark Gable in “Chained”; Jean Harlow in “The Girl from Missouri”; Edmund Lowe in “Gift of Gab”; Herbert Marshall in “Barretts of Wimpole Street” (Marshall was not in this move); Robert Montgomery in “Hideout”; George Raft in “Limehouse Nights” (released as “Limehouse Blues”); Norma Shearer in “Barretts of Wimpole Street” (full face pose); Barbara Stanwyck in “A Lost Lady”, and Loretta Young in “Bulldog Drummond Strikes Back.” These premiums average g-vg.
Winning Bid $40     


Lot 607.  3 Early, Scarce Dixie Premiums – Crosby, Boyd and Baby Leroy. All are 9” x 11”. The blank-backed black & white premium of Bing Crosby is from 1934 vg. Dixie switched to color premiums in 1935. Among them are western star Bill Boyd, widely known for his Hopalong Cassidy movies g, and Baby LeRoy (Ronald LeRoy Overacker), literally caught with his hand in the cookie jar in the photo used for the premium f. The backs of these two premiums contain two b&w photos and a brief biography of the star.
Winning Bid $25     


Lot 608.  2 1936 F272-66d Wheaties “Transportation-Explorer Personalities” Box Backs. From a “Fancy Frame Series” of eight issued on Wheaties cereal boxes, these cards have part of the frame trimmed away and measure approximately 5 3/8” x 6”. The subjects are Jack Knight, “Million Mile Air Pilot,” and “The Normandie,” a ship commanded by Capt. Rene Pugnet. As trimmed, Knight grades vg-ex, and “The Normandie,” vg. Knight made the first overnight transcontinental air mail delivery; he was part of a relay team that flew 2,629 miles across the country on February 22–23, 1921. “The Normandie” was a luxury ocean liner that made its maiden voyage in 1935. Seized by the U.S. in World War II, it caught fire and sank in New York while being converted to a troopship in 1942. It was sold for scrap in 1946.
Winning Bid $20     


Lot 609.  10 Different 1947-48 R773 Goudey “Indian Gum” Cards. #7 vg, 44 g, 48 ex, 58 (trimmed) p, 61 vg-ex, 65 vg-ex, 70 (trimmed) p, 74 vg-ex, 75 (trimmed) p and 94 vg. These cards are from a set of 96, which Goudey issued as part of its effort to re-enter the card market after World War II.
Winning Bid $45     


Lot 610.  18 Different Non-Sport Cards, 6 from the 1950s. Bowman is the source of three 1954 “U.S. Navy Victories” cards, #5, 38 and 42. Fifteen cards are from six Topps sets: 1953 “World on Wheels” #133; 1955 “Rails & Sails” #134; 1956 “Jets” #121; 1972 “U.S. Presidents” #12-14; 1976 King Kong #21 and sticker 3A; and 1978 “Battlestar Galactica” #30, 35, 64, 121. Also, 1976 Funky Sales Funky Facts #2, 19 and 36. These cards average vg.
Winning Bid $5     




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