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1940s Non-Sport Complete Set Lot of (4) with Warplanes & Pin-Ups

Lot Number 1110

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No assembly required with this exciting group of complete non-sports. These (4) vintage sets have their origins in the 1940s and have withstood the test of time to remain in very desirable condition. Subject matter is diverse with themes of military, pin-up girls and humor.


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c.1945 Warplanes complete set of (24) with original envelope, these paper stock cards measure approximately 6 x 4-1/2” and examine planes used in WWII by the Allies and the Axis, these cards are clean, bright and sharp with white borders and rate as average (EX-MT to NM-MT), the envelope is also very attractive and shows excellent original detail with only minor signs of wear

1947 Exhibit Supply Co. Little Comedies From Life complete set of (32) average (VG to EX) the cards in this set show distinct art images and fairly clean surfaces, generally light to moderate corner wear is what keeps this set from a higher rating, obverses have amusing images and humorous captions

1948 Exhibit Supply Co. Loony Laughs complete set of (32) average (VG to EX) this set features amusing art images with humorous captions and corresponding rhymes

1949 Novelties Mfg. Models of All Nations risqué playing card deck of (52) nude female photos and (2) Joker cards with original box, cards present as unused and average (NM to NM-MT+) in condition, the original revenue stamp is affixed to the box though separated due to the obvious fact that the box is opened, the box is solid and appealing with vivid graphics and light to moderate wear, included among the playing cards are photos of actress Betty White as queen of hearts; and famous pin-up queens with (3) of Donna Mae “Busty” Brown as the two of spades, the five of clubs and the queen of diamonds; and (3) of Bobby Reynolds as the three of spades, the seven of clubs and the five of diamonds

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