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Among the very rarest post card promotions of the early 20th Century are the real photo post cards credited to St. Louis photographer H. H. Bregstone. Their accepted circulation dates to the 1908 to 1911 era. The reference guide for this rare regional boasts a roster of over 50 subjects from the St. Louis Browns and St. Louis Cardinals which makes this entry so special. The featured player is Ed Hammer, catcher for the Commission Merchants. The final line of copy reads, "H. H. Bregstone, 1313 Ca
Offered is a very rare promo postcard featuring the 1940 St. Louis Cardinals baseball team issued by Radio Habana Cuba. Above the 18-man team photo it reads, "Obsequio de R-H-C Cadena Azul" or "Gift of R-H-C Blue Chain" and below, copy translates to "Memory of the visit to Havana of the St Louis Cardinals. March - 1940." The Cards played exhibition games in Cuba in 1936, 1937 and 1940. In 1940, the team played four games against a team of Cuban All-Stars winning three of the four games. The Card
Approx 200 postcards-Mick Jagger/Tina Turner 2 photos, signed Richard Moll, Patti Page, Willie Nelson, Robin Williams, Harry James, Jimmy Durante, Will Rogers, Petula Clark, Cary Grant and moreSalvatore Falcone Collection Date: State/Country: City/County:
57 different and 1 duplicate of black /white and colored postcards. Include Nevada, Paiute, Shoshone / Bamock, Washoe, Ute and Mojave Indians. Pictures include Chief Buckskin Charlie and Squaw, Baby in papoose in Reno, NV and Ute Indians living in Northeaster Utah with approx 1600 members. Date: State/Country: City/County:
5 b/w and 1 color postcards of underground mining views. Postcard showing lodging room in the copper mine at Old New-Gate Prison where convicts were held at night 30 feet under ground. Another postcard had longest underground belt conveyor in the world at the Frick Coal Mines, Fayette County, Pennsylvania another postcard shows the salt mine on Jefferson Island in Near New Iberia, Louisiana with a 70' pillar of salt supporting the ceiling. Date: State/Country: City/County:
60 colorful postcards of points of interest in Arizona, plus postcard folder of 10 photographs. Photos from "Ear of The Wind Arch Monument Valley," Montezuma's Castle to The Lookout at the Grand Canyon and colorful scenery. Date: State/Country: Arizona City/County:
70 postcards with cowboys and cattle. Many postcards of roping cattle, branding, Texas Long Horns and round ups. Postcards of cattle ranches, white face herefords which are famous in Texas and grazing herds under watch of cowboys also present. Date: State/Country: City/County:
Offered is an almost unheard of complete set of 1935-40 FC7 Canada Starch Crown brand photos, all are on their original paper mounts. This series featured many stars of the era, complete with facsimile signatures and scarce over-sized team photos. This presentation includes a 65-photo complete set with all known #'s 49 to 201 plus a dozen others which are no-number variations (three are teams) plus seven original mailing envelopes. Every photo includes the original paper mount as issued. Photo p
1950 W576 Callahan Hall of Fame Complete Boxed Set (62) Plus (2) 1952 cards (GD-EX) Complete set of (62) cards, plus the Waner and Heilmann issued in 1952, includes keys Gehrig (GD), Cobb (EX), Johnson (EX), Wagner (EX/MT-NM OC), Lajoie (EX/MT), Ruth (EX OC), and Mathewson (GD/VG). Balance are in avg. EX overall condition with a few lesser. Includes the original box which has some scattered creases/wrinkles and some minor splitting of the seams. Includes certificate of provenance from Ed Stack:
This multi-subject exhibit holds fantastic appeal to variety of different collectors. The star-studded line up includes boxer Jack Dempsey and baseball legend Babe Ruth, plus Hollywood icons Tom Mix, Charlie Chaplin, Harold Lloyd, Douglas Fairbanks, and Al Jolson plus Aviation great Charles Lindbergh. The Babe is depicted in his "uniform" from the film "The Babe Comes Home" (1927). The reverse is designed for use as a postcard but has not been used as mail. Graded . HID07601242017
) . This scarce series dates to the first back-to-back World Championship seasons for the Chicago faithful. Most are still unfamiliar with the set due their limited supply with partial to complete sets offered as rarely as a Cubs World Series appearance. Where noted, cards have a rare ad for "Boston Oyster House" on the back. Includes: : 1 card, Jack Pfiester; : 2 cards, Carl Lundgren/Ad Back and Harry Steinfeldt/Ad Back; : 1 card, Johnny Evers; : 3 cards, Mordecai Brown, Art Hofman, Jack Taylor
63 postcards plus 2 duplicates of Sioux Indian Chiefs and / Warriors. Including chiefs and warriors such as Black Elk at Mt. Rushmore, Rain-in-the-Face chief of Hunkpapa band and Chief Rain-in-The Face born on the Cheyenne River in North Dakota in 1835 and died at Standing Rock Reservation in 1905. Mostly color postcards in good condition. Date: State/Country: City/County:
This 50-card set entitled "Major League Secrets" was issued by the Schutter-Johnson Candy Corp. of Chicago and Brooklyn. The cards feature cartoon drawings of major league players offering baseball playing tips. You'll find names like Gehrig, Ruth, Mathewson, Hornsby, Alexander, Cochrane, Simmons, etc. This obscure series is rarely offered as a complete set or in quantity. This presentation has many of the finest examples graded by PSA. Eleven cards are "Pop One with None Higher" title holders.
This is a photo album of approx. 74 photos of many chiefs and some warriors. 25 are RPCs. Chief Yellow Horse is shown, along with Chief White Swan, Chief Fleet Foot, Apache warriors, Chief Calf Child, Chief Flying Hawk, Chief Heaven Fire of the Assinibion tribe, Chief Red Owl, and several more. Date: State/Country: City/County:
16 very colorful postcards of ceremonial / dancing / festivals of the Pueblo Indians and 3 duplicates. Includes Indian dancing (more a ceremony sometimes religious) with eagle, deer (or hunter's) and corn dances. Dances performed according to folk lore for all Pueblo tribes ( Hopi, San Juan, Santa Clara, Taos and Rio Grande tribes). Their costumes use real buffalo heads and skins. Date: State/Country: City/County: