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1880s-1930s Mostly Baseball Trade Cards/Items (16)

Lot Number 366

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These (16) 1880s-1930s mostly baseball trade cards/items cover various retailers across the Midwest and eastern states. The Victorian era advertising pieces have endured the century in fine condition with only general wear. Unless noted, each piece displays a baseball theme. Arrives in a variety of dimensions. Includes:


Circa 1880s-1890s: (12 cards) with 5-1/4 x 7-7/8” unsponsored trade card from teacher to student (reverse writing, Arbuckle Brothers (New York City), Burdock Blood Bitters (Buffalo, reverse writing), (2) Button’s Raven Gloss Shoe Dressing (one New York City with reverse paper loss, one Springfield), East Maine State Fair (horse racing), Koch Brothers (Allentown), Pace’s Best Tobacco (Danville), Principle Warehouse (New York City, writing), Sharpless Brothers (Philadelphia), Starkey & Wellman (Brattleboro), White Sewing Machine Company (Cleveland);


Circa 1900s-1910s: (2 cards) with Daddy & Jack’s Joke Shop (Boston), Koerner-Marsh Shoe Company (Milwaukee);


Circa 1920s-1930s Safe Hit Baseball Cigar tobacco liner: (presents EX-MT);


Circa 1930s: Dr. Thompson’s Celebrated Eye Water (Troy) 

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