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Non-Sport Cards

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Lot 184.  48 1909-10 T27 Fatima “Actress Series” and 4 1910-11 T106 “State Girl Series” Cards. The states represented are Illinois, Louisiana, Minnesota and New Jersey. Among the “Actress Series” cards, 32 (31 different) are from the White Border series of 39; eight, from the Stars & Crescents series of 25; and eight more, from the Gold Border series of 20. The 47 different “Actress Series” cards constitute more than one-half of the 84-card set.
Winning Bid $138     

Lot 185.  1911 T69 Helmar “Historic Homes” Set of 50 Cards. This set includes the White House and the homes or birthplaces of U.S. Presidents, famous authors and historical figures such as Benjamin Franklin and John Brown. Nineteen of the cards have numbers stamped on the back. This appears to have been part of the manufacturing process and has not been taken into consideration relative to the grading. Ex: 2 cards. Vg-ex: 12. Vg: 20. G-vg: 5. G: 4. F-g: 2. F: 4. P: 1.
Winning Bid $83     

Lot 186.  1927 Godfrey Phillips “Red Indians” set of 25 with Sitting Bull and Geronimo. These cards have colorful artwork on the front and biographical backs. Other noteworthy members of the set include Tecumseh, Hiawatha, Pocahontas. Ex-m.
Winning Bid $75     

Lot 187.  1936 Player “Motor Cars” Set of 50 in the Original Album and Other Auto Cards. 1. The album designed specifically to accommodate the 1936 “Motor Cars set is titled “An Album of Motors Cars.” This set of 50 cards features artistic renderings of vintage motor cars on the front. The cards have been neatly pasted into the album. It and the cards, as affixed, are ex. 2. 1957 British Automatic Co. “Racing and Sports Cars” set of 24. Colorful artwork depicts these cars in action. Ex. 3. 1976 Carreras Black Cat “Vintage Cars” set of 50. These cards feature color photos on the front and information on each car on the back. Nm-m. 4. 1986 “Rolls Royce” set of 25 trade cards with full color artwork on the front and historical information on the automobile pictured on the back. The Rolls Royce logo appears on the back of each card. Nm-m. 5. Accompanying these sets is a vintage Wills Cold Flake cigarette box with a car. Vg-ex with a moderate amount of pencil writing on the box. 6. A box to accommodate the 1976 Black Cat “Vintage Cars” issue. Ex.
Minimum Bid $60     

Lot 188.  32 1931 “Indian Gum” Cards. These cards are from six different series, and we have listed them by series. There are three duplicates; two are from different series. Here is the list: Series of 24, #15, 20 and 21. Series of 48, #2, 3, 6, 8, 13, 21, 22, 27, 31 Powhatan vg, 34-36, 39, 47 (2), 48 and 208. Series of 96, #5, 13, 30, 46, 61 Sam Houston vg+, 65, 71 and 105. Series of 192, Yellowstone Kelly vg+. Series of 216, #86 and 87. And Series of 312, #212. Here is the complete list of grades - Vg-ex: 13 cards. Vg: 6. Vg+: 2. G-vg: 1. G: 4. F-g: 2. F-g: 1. F: 3.
Winning Bid $92     

Lot 189.  1937 R172 Gum, Inc. Complete “Wild West Series” of 48. These 48 cards are numbered 1-24 and 26-49. Card #25 was a rare premium card that could be redeemed for a prize; it is among the rarest of non-sport cards. All 48 cards in this set are Type 1, with red lines overlaid on the text to create a puzzle effect. The first 24 cards have “Picture Puzzle Bubble Gum” in red at the bottom, while the second 24 have it in blue. Thirty cards show a small amount of light, inoffensive glue residue on the back, which has not been considered in grading them. The cards grade Ex: 4 cards. Vg-ex: 26. Vg: 6. G-vg: 5. G: 1. F-g: 1. F: 4. P: 1.
Winning Bid $264     

Lot 190.  1964 Topps “Johnson vs. Goldwater” Near Set – 57 of 66 Cards. The cards in this near set have black & white photos on the front depicting the 1964 Presidential campaign between incumbent Present Lyndon Johnson and challenger Barry Goldwater. The photos are described on the card backs. Missing from this near set are #6, 13, 21, 28, 39, 55, 62, 65 and 66. Ex-m to nm.
Winning Bid $61     

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