VOL. 36 NO. 4
"Man of Steel" Earliest Known Cover Sells for $286,800 At Heritage Auction
Page 2 P.A.C.M. - April 2014
P.A.C.M. - April 2014 Page 3
On the cover this month is the recently sold original Superman cover art from 1939 of the “Man of Steel” that appeared on Action Comics #15. It sold for $286,800 at Heritage Auctions’ vintage comics and comic art sale, which was held on Feb. 22. The action-packed sale grossed over $4.7 million. As we anticipate spring and a heightened show schedule, numerous exciting events are lined up for the month of April. Noteworthy events held during rare book week in New York City include The Manhattan Vintage Book & Ephemera Fair, along with The Fine Press Book Fair. They are being held April 5 and 6. The Spring Long Island Vintage Paper show is on April 12 and 13, and the Antique City “Fun Fair” will also run on April 12 and 13. Of course, additional information on these events and much more are inside. Enjoy!
INSIDE THIS ISSUE Earliest Known Superman Cover Art Brings $286,800 At Heritage Auction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 Rock And Roll Movie Memorabilia Is Here To Stay . . .5 New Antique City Express Ticketing For Show On Saturday And Sunday, April 12 And 13 . . . . . . . . . .6 Calendar Of Events . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8 The Shadow Show Will Loom Over Manhattan . . .10 Classified Marketplace . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15 Advertiser Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18
P.O. Box 500, Mount Joy, PA 17552
1-800-800-1833 www.paperandadvertisingcollector.com E-mail: email@example.com
Advertising - Arlene Bair, Ext. 2561 Circulation - Linda Deshler, Ext. 2541 Classifieds - 800-428-4211 Editor - Karl Pass, 717-278-1404 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Distribution: PACM is available Correspondence and comments for free to the collector and hob- are welcomed. Letters may be byist at ephemera and paper used in columns unless accomshows, events, advertisers, and panied by special instructions to can be read online. Subscriptions the contrary. Writers expecting are also available: 3rd class - payment should query the editor $19.95; 1st class - $30; Airmail - before sending material. $35 USD, all other countries $40 Advertising: PACM reserves the USD. All checks must be in U.S. right to exercise its discretion to funds. Checks must be drawn on accept, suspend or reject any U.S. bank OR add $7 to subscrip- advertisement and to edit or contion price. dense any ad based on its standard
Information and manuscripts received by PACM are considered to be for editorial use and PACM retains the right to use all material received freely within its editorial purpose and format. PACM accepts no responsibility for material received but will make every effort to return material, if requested providing it is accompanied by a SASE.
of publication. PACM does not assume responsibility for claims and/or necessarily support content and statements made in ads. Although extreme care and diligence is taken in checking ad copy for accuracy, PACM is not responsible for typographical errors, mistakes or misprints. The Advertiser assumes any liability for the content of their advertisement. Reproduction of artwork, editorial or advertising copy is strictly prohibited without the consent of the publisher. Copyright 2014
ISSUE DATE MAY 2014 JUNE 2014 JULY 2014 AUGUST 2014
AD DEADLINE Thurs., April 3, 2014 Thurs., May 1, 2014 Thurs., May 29, 2014 Thurs., July 3, 2014
MAILED Fri., April 11, 2014 Fri., May 9, 2014 Fri., June 6, 2014 Fri., July 11, 2014
Articles and Stories: PACM welcomes news items, show schedules, stories about shows, exhibits, individual collectors and dealers.
Page 4 P.A.C.M. - April 2014
Earliest Known Superman Cover Art Brings $286,800 At Heritage Auction City Comics Company. He has said that he plans to display the cover in his shop. “I’m just a big fan,” Evans said. The sale of the Action Comics #15 cover art came a day after a pristine 9.0 CGC-Graded copy of Amazing Fantasy #15, the first appearance of SpiderMan, sold for $191,200, the highest price ever realized for this comic in this grade. The hits kept coming as John Byrne’s Annihilus original
cover for Fantastic Four #256, just the fourth Byrne Fantastic Four cover ever offered at Heritage, sold for $60,946; an eye-popping splash page from Captain America #101, showing Cap throttling a room full of evil doers, sold for $56,762; and artist Wally Wood’s original art for page two from Daredevil #6 sold for $53,775, setting a house record for a piece of Daredevil art. For more information, visit www.HA.com.
Books From The
SILVER SCREEN Favorite Movie Star Biographies Movie Books List available for stamped envelope Gerlinde Pflaumer-Yeater 6770 Runkles Rd. • Mount Airy, MD 21771 email@example.com
The earliest Superman cover Guardineer’s action-packed known to exist, Fred tableau from 1939 of the Man of Steel from Action Comics #15, brought $286,800 at Heritage Auctions on Feb. 22 in New York. The vintage comics and comic art sale, which ran from Feb. 20 to 22, grossed over $4.7 million. “Guardineer’s cover is the earliest Superman cover art in existence and an absolute treasure of comics history,” said Ed Jaster, senior vice president at Heritage. “A price like this shows just how much collectors covet a rarity like this.” The Action #15 cover depicts Superman in full hero mode, saving a distressed U.S. Submarine just a few feet from a presumably bad end in the depths of the Legendary artist Fred Guardineer’s ocean, without seemingly an original art for the cover of Action ounce of strain. It was purchased by Comics #15, the oldest Superman cover ever offered, sold for $286,800 Richard Evans, of Houston, to lead Heritage Auctions Vintage Texas, who owns Bedrock art
Comics and Comic Art Auction.
Indianapolis Postcard Club
3565 Maple Ct., Oceanside N.Y. 516-280-2100
Postcard and Vintage Paper Show
THE SCROOGE IS
Our Lady of the Greenwood School (gym)
10,000 Vinyl LPs 5,000 Cds From Sabbath to Sinatra
399 South Meridian Street,
Greenwood, Indiana 46143 Show Dates and Times
• Vintage Advertising Signs & Tins • Old Movie Posters & Press Kits • Thousands of Rock Photos • Old Magazines & Newspapers
Friday, March 28, 2014 10:00 A.M. - 4:00 P.M.
Saturday, March 29, 2014 9:00 A.M. - 3:00 P.M. Admission $2.00
For More Information:
Kent Clady - 317-966-5302 firstname.lastname@example.org
P.A.C.M. - April 2014 Page 5
Rock And Roll Movie Memorabilia Is Here To Stay By William J. Felchner
In 1958, the legendary Philadelphia doo-wop quartet Danny & The Juniors scored a hit with their seminal recording of “Rock and Roll Is Here to Stay.” Penned by band member David White Tricker, “Rock and Roll Is Here to Stay” proved to be prescient, effectively silencing many of rock and roll’s staunchest critics and detractors who argued that the genre would never last. The rock ‘n’ roll era of the 1950s and early ‘60s was one of the most frantic in music history. The film industry, never one to miss a beat, capitalized on the fad, releasing a number of rock ‘n’ roll-themed entries that featured many of the top acts of the period. Memorabilia from these movies still plays big with collectors, who actively search for posters, lobby cards, pressbooks, and other interesting artifacts. Here are 10 early rock ‘n’ roll movies, along with some of the great tie-in collectibles they produced: 1. “Don’t Knock the Rock” (1956). Alan Dale plays Arnie
Haines, a rock-‘n’-roller who returns to his hometown where he is greeted as a hero by his teenage admirers and as a pariah by their parents and city hall. Legendary disc jockey Alan Freed is on hand, along with Bill Haley and The Comets, Little Richard, The Treniers and The Applejacks. The standard one sheet poster (27-by-41-inches) for “Don’t Knock the Rock” is a real blast, with a guitar playing Bill Haley dominating the landscape along with the blurb, “The Kings Of Rock Are Rollin’ Back To The Screen In Their Biggest!” One example in fine/very fine condition brought a howling $263 at auction. 2. “Go, Johnny, Go!” (1959). Alan Freed plays himself, an enterprising disc jockey
whose search for talent leads him to rock-’n’-roller Johnny Melody (Jimmy Clanton). Also appearing in the movie are such name artists as Chuck Berry, Jackie Wilson, Ritchie Valens, Eddie Cochran, Jo Ann Campbell, The Flamingos and The Cadillacs. The doomed 17year-old Ritchie Valens would later perish in the same private plane crash that claimed the lives of Buddy Holly and J.P. “The Big Bopper” Richardson on Feb. 3, 1959. The eight-card lobby set for “Go, Johnny, Go!” is a real gas, featuring some great scenes from the movie. One set in fine/very “The Girl Can’t Help It” (1956) rare 40-by-60-inch style Y poster sold for $5,378.
fine condition sold at auction for a swinging $478. 3. “Rock Around the Clock” (1956). The movie’s title is derived from the same hit single that made its debut on May 20, 1954, courtesy of Bill Haley and The Comets on the Decca label. Haley and his band, along with The Platters, Freddie Bell and His Bellboys and DJ Alan Freed, are the main musical attractions in this film, in which a big-band promoter turns his talents to an upand-coming rock ‘n’ roll group. “(We’re Gonna) Rock Around the Clock” was also featured in the 1955 film “Blackboard Jungle,” forever linking rock ‘n’ roll with juvenile delinquency. The Australian daybill “Don’t Knock the Rock” (1956) poster (13-by-30-inches) for one-sheet poster sold for $263. “Rock Around the Clock” is an interesting entry. One example in folded very fine+ condition “Rock Around the Clock” (1956) Australian daybill poster sold for brought $239 at auction. $239.
(Continued on page 13)
World’s Fair Absentee Auction Souvenirs and Historical Pieces Bidding Ends Tuesday April 8th at 10 P.M. Register and Bid Online, by Phone or Mail
“Rock, Rock, Rock!” (1956) “Go, Johnny, Go!” (1959) lobby card set sold for $478. insert poster sold for $388.
4th Dimension Collectibles Ponte Vedra Beach, FL 32004-3411 Florida Auction License AB2769 904-825-1723 10% Buyer Premium
Page 6 P.A.C.M. - April 2014
New Antique City Express Ticketing For Show On Saturday And Sunday, April 12 And 13 who come from 21 states as well as Canada, England, Germany, and Italy, can be done in comfort, as every booth and aisle will be custom carpeted for the show. Coined “The Happiest Show on Earth,” the Antique City Fun Fair features everything from country and formal furnishings to folk and fine art, as well as Mickey Mouse to Mickey Mantle, holidays to Hollywood, and dolls and trains to ships and planes. There will also be jewelry, pottery, glass, advertising, nostalgia, posters, and postcards, plus fabulous finds from the 1950s through the 1980s. One reason the festival enjoys strong attendance is because it is situated halfway between New York City and Philadelphia in the heart of eastern Pennsylvania’s antiquing country. Charter bus service is being offered this year from New York City, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and Washington D.C. On Sunday, April 13, an appraisal panel of specialists will offer descriptive evaluations of items for $5 per item. All fees will be donated to the Pediatric Unit of Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Hospital in Allentown, Pa.; The Center for Animal Health and Welfare in Easton, Pa.; and The Wounded Warrior Project. These three organizations will also share in Saturday ticket sales and receive all of the revenue from the Sunday box office. The Antique City Fun Fair hours will be Saturday, April
MAGAZINES • WANTED •
“True”- The Man’s Magazine
12, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday, April 13, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. General admission at 10 a.m. will be $8 for adults, and children under 12 will be admitted free of charge. Parking is free. There will be a $16 show preview, beginning at 8 a.m. on Saturday. The Fieldhouse on
the Lehigh University campus is located at 123 Goodman Drive in Bethlehem, Pa. Tickets may be purchased at the expanded Lehigh Fieldhouse box office on show days or ordered at www.AntiqueCityShow.com or 1-800-822-4119.
WANTED: BASEBALL COLLECTIBLES! For over 30 years no one has consistently helped more sellers realize more money for their quality BASEBALL MATERIAL than Robert Edward Auctions. Offering an unparalleled tradition of integrity, knowledge, and professionalism, and an extraordinary national client base. We specialize in the very best in BASEBALL COLLECTIBLES. If you don’t check with us before selling – you won’t know what the market will bear. Let us tell you what we think of your baseball collectibles. We offer complete auction services, as well as free appraisals and comprehensive information about your material. We will not try to buy your material. We are not dealers. We are strictly an auction house – with unparalleled integrity, knowledge and experience in the field. We will give you the information you need to make the most intelligent decisions regarding your significant and valuable baseball material. When Barry Halper, the world’s greatest baseball collector, sold his legendary collection, he insisted that Robert Edward Auctions oversee the historic sale of his Twenty-Six Million Dollar Collection. Robert Edward Auctions offers the largest circulation of any auction devoted to sports collectibles in the world. Robert Edward Auctions always has millions of dollars available at a moment’s notice specifically for cash advances. We specialize in the very best in all areas of baseball collectibles. This includes:
• • • • •
Collector Needs: 1945-Earlier, Especially: Aug. 1937, Sept. 1941, Jan. 1942, July 1943 & Feb. 1945
Baseball Cards Babe Ruth Items Tobacco Cards Uniforms Lou Gehrig Items
• Buttons • Autographs • Documents • Display Pieces • Gum Cards
• Photographs • World Series Items • Pre-1900 Baseball • Posters • ETC., ETC….
Please Note: Item pictured will be sold in a future REA auction.
ROBERT EDWARD AUCTIONS
P.O. Box 7256, Watchung, NJ 07069 S719506
521 W. CARLTON ST. , ONTARIO, CALIFORNIA 91762 Or Call (909) 988-0042 Will Call You Back
The Antique City Fun Fair set an attendance record at Lehigh University in Bethlehem, Pa., last April. This photo, taken two hours after opening, finds shoppers heading to their cars with purchases while the box office line was still one-eighth of a mile long. New website ticketing available at www.AntiqueCityShow.com will greatly reduce this year’s waiting time.
Attendance at Pennsylvania’s largest indoor antique, art and collectibles show exploded by 63 percent last April, resulting in a box office line one-eighth of a mile long. Two hours after the Antique City Fun Fair doors opened, the line still wrapped around the mammoth Lehigh University Fieldhouse in Bethlehem, Pa. According to veteran producer Norman Schaut, “We never expected a surge of this magnitude between one year and the next. To ensure that the line moves quickly, we will double our box office personnel this year on April 12 and 13.” In addition, an express ticketing procedure is being put in place by the newest member of the staff, Donna Blackwell, former senior systems manager for JPMorganChase. She explains, “This system simplifies online ticket purchasing while reducing the processing and charge card fee from $3.00 to $1.40 per ticket. In the past, most tickets were mailed to customers. Because of the postal delivery time, they had to stop selling a week before the event. “Now, collectors with a computer and printer can buy tickets up until show time. They just go to www.AntiqueCityShow.com, print out the coded tickets and bring them for scanning at the entrance.” Blackwell is also responsible for group sales as well as discount accommodations and charter bus arrangements. Shopping the show’s 250 booths, manned by exhibitors
P.A.C.M. - April 2014 Page 7
250 BOOTH ‘ANTIQUE CIT Y‘ FOR $6.00
25 METRO EAST POSTCARD SHOW TH
April 4-5, 2014 Friday: 9 A.M.-6 P.M. Saturday: 9 A.M.-4 P.M.
PA’S LARGEST INDOOR SHOW LEHIGH UNIVERSITY FIELDHOUSE
SATURDAY, APRIL 12TH & SUNDAY, APRIL 13TH
VFW Hall, 1234 Vandalia (Highway 159, Easily Accessible From Interstates 70 & 55, 270, 255 & 64; Just 15 Minutes From Downtown St. Louis)
*10 AM - 5 PM
10 AM - 4 PM
“ THE VARIETY IS STAGGERING”
FREE Admission FREE Parking Food Available On Site
MAINE ANTIQUE DIGEST
MORLATTON POST CARD CLUB INC.
39th Spring Postcard Show
neging/ rial o r t You ackandus e p g/i c r pinly sou ay p i d sh upp very , s h e ces wit le pri nline t sa ure o g car in ec a s shopp day e e bl 7 24/ d sam vaila an ing a pp shi
Farm and Home Center 1383 Arcadia Road Lancaster, PA 17601 (off Manheim Pike Rte. 72)
Friday, March 28, 2014 10 A.M. to 6 P.M. Saturday, March 29, 2014 10 A.M. to 4 P.M.
out Check us t today a
Tickets at AntiqueCityShow.com or 800-822-4119 Express Entry for Advance Ticket Holders 123 Goodman Drive, Bethlehem, PA S831476
Over Cor r Cor ugated rug ate Boxes Ma d Ma ilin g Tu ilers Pad Tap bes ded es Bub Mai ling ble M Ba Fla t Ri ailing gs Ba gid Pol Maile gs y Ba rs Etc gs .…
10AM SAT OR SUN $8 WITH THIS AD $6 *8AM SAT PREVIEW $16 WITH AD $14
No Pre-Show Buying Admission $2.00 (50 Cents Off With Ad) For More Information Call Kay Feight, (717) 263-1638 Leon Rowe, (610) 444-0641
Contact: Tom Snyder Phone: (618) 531-4189 E-Mail: email@example.com
26+ Dealers Will Bring Thousands Of Cards For Your Purchasing Pleasure
Calendar Of Events CONNECTICUT
MARCH 14-16, (EPHEMERA) Hyatt Regency Hotel, 1800 E. Putnam Ave., Old Greenwich, CT 603-509-2639.
MARCH 14 (EPHEMERA AUCTION), Bostwick Auction, 1121 Rt. 96, Candor, 607-659-4842.
MARCH 16 (POSTCARD SHOW) Masonic Community Center, 2379 Union Rd., Cheektowaga 716-638-1535, 716-965-4140..
MARCH 18-22, (MATCHBOOK COVER FESTIVAL), Hilton Hotel, 350 Northlake Blvd, Altamonte Springs. John Provan 407-6542933, www.southernswapfest.com
ILLINOIS MARCH 22 (POSTCARD SHOW) American Legion Hall, 900 S. LaGrange Rd., LaGrange. MARCH 29 (CIVIL WAR & MILITARY EXTRAVAGANZA) DuPage County Fairgrounds 2015 W. Manchester, Wheaton, 715-526-9769. APRIL 4,5, (POSTCARD SHOW) VFW Hall, 1234 Vandalia, Collinsville, 618-531-4189. JULY 15-19, (COCA-COLA MEMORABILIA) Crowne Plaza Springfield, 3000 S. Dirksen Pkwy, Springfield, 909-882-2240. SEPTEMBER 20 (POSTCARD SHOW) American Legion Hall, 900 S. LaGrange Rd., LaGrange.
APRIL 5, (VINTAGE POSTCARDS, TRADE CARDS, PAPER, EPHEMERA, PHOTOGRAPHS, BOOKS, & SOUVENIR ITEMS) Christ Lutheran Church, 189 Burr Rd, East Northport, 631-462-8307. APRIL 5, 6, (BOOK, EPHEMERA & FINE PRESS BOOK FAIR) The Altman Bldg., 135 W. 18th St., New York, 603-509-2639. APRIL 12, 13, (VINTAGE, BOOK & ADVERTISING SHOW) The Garden City Fieldhouse at St. Paulâ€™s School, 295 Stewart Ave., Garden City, 603-509-2639. MAY 10, (POSTCARD & EPHEMERA), Elkâ€™s Lodge, 32 Route 6, Port Jervis, 845-8565063.
PENNSYLVANIA MARCH 28, 29, (POSTCARD SHOW) Farm and Home Center, 1383 Arcadia Rd., Lancaster, 717-263-1638, 610-444-0641.
APRIL 12,13, (ANTIQUES) Lehigh University Fieldhouse, 123 Goodman Dr., Bethlehem, 800-822-4119.
MARCH 28, 29 (POSTCARD & VINTAGE PAPER SHOW) Our Lady of the Greenwood School (Gym), 399 S. Meridian St., Greenwood, 317-966-5302.
APRIL 26, 27 (ANTIQUE ADVERTISING, BOOK, PAPER & PHOTOGRAPHY SHOW) Allentown Fairgrounds Agricultural Hall, 1929 Chew St., Allentown, 610-573-4969.
IOWA APRIL 12, 13, (POSTCARD, STAMP & COLLECTIBLES SHOW) Iowa 4-H Fairgrounds, 4265 Oak Crest Hill Rd. SE, Iowa City, Herb Cell 319-400-6498.
MASSACHUSETTS MARCH 29 (COIN-OP, MUSICAL, TOYS, ADVERTISING, BANKS, COUNTRY STORE, GAMING AUCTION) 1485 West Housatonic St., Pittsfield, 413-448-8922.
MICHIGAN APRIL 6, (ANTIQUARIAN BOOK & PAPER SHOW) Lansing Center, 333 E. Michigan Lansing, 517-332-0112.
TEXAS MARCH 22,23 (VINTAGE MOVIE POSTER AUCTION) Heritage Auctions, 3500 Maple Ave., Dallas, Live & Online- www.HA.com MAY 23, (AMERICANA & POLITICAL) Heritage Auctions, 3500 Maple Ave. Live & online www.HA.com
VIRGINIA MARCH 16, (PHOTO & POSTCARD) Holiday Inn Rosslyn, Arlington, 703-380-7886, 540476-2666.
MINNESOTA MAY 3,4 (POSTCARD & PAPER SHOW) Bloomington Armory, 3300 West 98th st., Bloomington, 952-988-9797. NEVADA NEBRASKA MAY 23-25, (COIN, CURRENCY, JEWELRY, STAMP & POSTCARD) Circus Circus, 2880 Las Vegas Blvd., So. Las Vegas, www.bickinternational.com
MARCH 23, (POSTCARD & VINTAGE PAPER) Kip Senior Center, 55 Kip Ave., Rutherford, 201-939-8782, 201-939-6779
The Lakeland Center
APRIL 12, (POSTCARD, BOOK & PAPER SHOW) Youth Temple, 22 Pilgrim Pathway, Ocean Grove, 732-774-1869.
FEBRUARY 14-16, 2014 OCTOBER 17-19, 2014
MAY 3, (POCAX 2014 POSTCARD CLUB) Double Tree Guest Suites, 515 Fellowship Rd. North, Mount Laurel, 856-825-8202.
Call ED KUSZMAR
WWW.FHWAC.COM (775) 825-1624
OVER 45,000+ FRESH SORTED QUALITY CARDS â€˘ ALL STATES & FOREIGN â€˘ TOPICALS â€˘ REAL PHOTOS â€˘ EPHEMERA â€˘ HISTORIC BOOKS â€˘ HISTORIC NEWSPAPERS â€˘ US & FOREIGN COINS & STAMPS â€˘ US & FOREIGN CURRENCY â€˘ POSTAL HISTORY â€˘ TOKENS & MEDALS â€˘ LEAD SOLDIERS & COMPOS â€˘ SPORTS MEMORABILIA â€˘ AUTOGRAPHS â€˘ ARTWORK â€˘ TONS OF STONEWARE
WE BUY AND SELL HERITAGE GALLERIES
LAKELAND, FL Featuring Paper Collectibles
52 CARR AVENUE, DALLAS, PA 18612
Holabird Western Americana March Auction features never before seen Civil War Autograph Book and Folk Art Battle Painting. The Book: Lot#748 has over 270 rare autographs, letters, & folk art history. The Painting: Lot#749 â€œBattle Above the Cloudsâ€? Signed and painted by Union map maker Corp. Blakeslee. Painting depicts the Battle of Lookout Moutain 1863 ( 6 ft x 3 ft). Also featured in our next Auction: March 29-30, 2014 (10:00 am PST) will be a wide array of Great Western Americana:
OPEN Tues. to Sat. 10 to 6
Call For VIP If Traveling
MARCH 14-16, (ANTIQUARIAN BOOK FAIR), St. Petersburgâ€™s Historic Coliseum 535 Fourth Ave. North, St. Petersburg, 727-234-7759.
Page 8 P.A.C.M. - April 2014
P.A.C.M. - April 2014 Page 9
HEROES & LEGENDS
th Annual 37 th
Check Out Our Web Site
Long Island Postcard Club Show & Sale
Or Write For A Free Catalog Of Autographs
18034 Ventura Blvd., Encino, CA 91316
Vintage Postcards, and Trade Cards, Paper, Ephemera, Photographs, Books, and Souvenir Items
BUYING UNITED STATES PAPER MONEY Wanted to Purchase: • National Currency • Small Size Notes • Specimens/Proofs
East Northport, NY
Dealer or show Info: Joel Streich 631-462-8307 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
NO Deal too Large. We’ve Handled $100,000,000+ Since Founding Our Business In 1981
FREDERICK J. BART 586.979.3400
e-mail: bart@ExecutiveCurrency.com website: www.ExecutiveCurrency.com
Christ Lutheran Church 189 Burr Road,
Home Cooked Food & Refreshments Available
• Large Size Notes • Error Notes • Packs
P.O. Box 2, Roseville, MI 48066
April 5th, 2014 9am-4pm
Directions - Long Island Expressway to Exit 52 (Commack Road) north on Commack Road 3.4 miles to a left on Burr Road 1.4 miles to Church (Park in the Rear.) Alternate Directions - from the West, Northern State Pkwy. to Exit 42 (Deer Park Avenue) North bear right at Fork continue to Jericho Tpke. to Larkfield Road Left on Larkfield 2 lights to Burr Rd. Right to Church Entrance on left. S829743
SEEKING VINTAGE SPORTS CARDS AND MEMORABILIA As the World’s Largest Collectibles Auctioneer, only Heritage Auctions can supply the market strength to provide the highest possible ﬁnancial return for your vintage trading cards and sports collectibles. Cash advances and outright purchase offers are always available for quality material, and we are happy to provide free appraisals. And Heritage has never been late with a single consignment settlement check in our thirty-ﬁve+ years in operation. That’s a guarantee you can take to the bank. ALWAYS ACCEPTING: • Pre-1975 trading cards • Game used uniforms and equipment • Vintage autographs • Early tickets and programs • Advertising and display pieces • Championship rings, trophies and awards • Vintage photographs and more
Call 877-HERITAGE (437-4824) to discuss opportunities Free catalog and The Collector’s Handbook ($65 value) for new clients. Please submit auction invoices of $1000+ in this category, from any source. Include your contact information and mail to Heritage, fax 214-409-1425, email catalogorders@HA.com, or call 866-835-3243. For more details, go to HA.com/FCO.
Annual Sales Exceed $800 Million ❘ 850,000+ Online Bidder-Members 3500 Maple Ave. ❘ Dallas, TX 75219 ❘ 877-HERITAGE (437-4824) ❘ HA.com HA.com/FBSports
DALLAS ❘ NEW YORK ❘ BEVERLY HILLS ❘ SAN FRANCISCO ❘ HOUSTON ❘ PARIS ❘ GENEVA TX & NY Auctioneer license: Samuel Foose 11727 & 0952360. Heritage Auction Galleries CA Bond #RSB2004175; CA Auctioneer Bond: Carolyn Mani #RSB2005661. Buyer’s Premium 19.5%. See HA.com for details. HERITAGE Reg. U.S. Pat & TM Off. 31356
Page 10 P.A.C.M. - April 2014
The Shadow Show Will Loom Over Manhattan Flamingo Eventz and held on Saturday and Sunday, Lamont Cranston step out of April 5 and 6. Organizers are the shadows to celebrate rare also proud to book week in New announce the addiYork City by tion of The Fine announcing the Press Book Fair. return of The Exhibitors will Manhattan Vintage present some of Book & Ephemera the finest vintage Fair. Known as “The and antiquarian Shadow Show” books and because it is held in ephemera. With conjunction with the the addition of The well-known New Fine Press Book York Antiquarian Fair this year, the Book Fair at the size of the overall Park Avenue show has doubled. Armory, this year It will be held at the the event will be well-known Altman Building
(The Carriage House) located at 135 W. 18th St., between 6th and 7th avenues, in Manhattan’s Chelsea District. The location is just a short cab ride from the armory. The fair will present an outstanding array of fine, rare, and unusual old books, as well as offerings in the categories of and much more. The event will take place on poetry, prose, political, social, historical, children’s series, Saturday from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. maps, postcards, autographs, and on Sunday from 8 a.m. to prints, posters, World’s Fair, (Continued on page 13)
Howard Levine World War I and II Aviation Literature
Cash in a flash for Pre-1950 postcards
Buy - Sell - Trade
Write or call:
P.O. Box 545 Vauxhall, NJ 07088
• Unit Histories • Aircraft Manuals • Biographies • Recognition Items 12 Ivy Lane • Seekonk, MA 02771 • (508) 336-8837
Fair dealings since 1981
P.A.C.M. - April 2014 Page 11
SAT. & SUN., APRIL 12 -13 , 2014
FREE ADMISSION Plenty of FREE PARKING
POSTCARD & EPHEMERA SHOW & SALE
Iowa City Postcard Club IOWA CITY, IOWA 4-H FAIRGROUNDS
18 Dealers • Food Available • Donation $2.00 Sponsored by the Half Moon Postcard Club, Inc.
Hwy. 218 South of Iowa City Airport, Exit 89 4-H Fairgrounds Address: 4265 Oak Crest Hill Rd. SE, Iowa City, IA, 52246
Saturday, May 10th, 2014
18 DEALERS WITH 72 TABLES 2-3 COIN DEALERS
9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. (Members and Public)
ELK’S LODGE -- 32 ROUTE 6, PORT JERVIS, NY 12771
Dealer Spaces & Info. - Contact: Herb Staub Cell (319) 400-6498 Home (319) 351-3848 E-Mail: email@example.com
P.O. Box 5233, Coralville, Iowa 52241
Show Times: Sat., April 12th - 9:00 A.M.-5:00 P.M. Sun., April 13th - 10:00 A.M.-3:00 P.M.
Contact: Bridgette Backus 1 Ann Lynn Court Port Jervis, NY 12771 (845) 856-5063 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please bring this ad to be entered into our door prize raffle!
WINDY CITY POSTCARD CLUB
SOUTH JERSEY POSTCARD CLUB
PO BOX 818, LAGRANGE, IL 60525
43 ANNUAL SHOW RD
2014 Club Shows Schedule
MAY 3 , 2014
Spring … Saturday, March 22 … 10am to 4pm Fall … Saturday, September 20 … 10am to 4 pm
DOUBLE T REE GUEST SUITES
Buy, Sell, and Trade Postcards & Misc. Paper Collectibles
SATURDAY , 9AM TO 3:30 PM 515 FELLOWSHIP ROAD NORTH • MOUNT LAUREL, NEW JERSEY (JUST N. OF ROUTE 73, NEAR T HE I-295 & T URNPIKE INTERCHANGES)
New Location S829744
FREE PARKING, OVERHEAD PROTECTED ENTRANCES HISTORICAL / NOSTALGIC DISPLAYS
Admission: $2.00 Donation Children 12 years & Under Free
★ ★ OUR 66TH YEAR ★ ★ Shows will be held at: American Legion Hall 900 S. LaGrange Road, LaGrange, IL
FREE ADMISSION For More Details Call: 856-825-8202 www.sjpostcard.com
IOWA CITY POSTCARD, STAMP AND COLLECTIBLES SHOW
Page 12 P.A.C.M. - April 2014
TWIN CITY w w w.t w in c it POSTCARD CLUB y p o s tc a rd c lu b .c o m
The Historical Society of Ocean Grove Invites You to its 12th Annual
ANNUAL SPRING PO AND PAPER SH STCARD OW Saturday, May 3, 20
James Lindemuth, Sr.
Sunday, May 4, 20 14 9:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. 14 9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.
Information: Chuck Donley 952-988-9797
22 PILGRIM PATHWAY OCEAN GROVE, NEW JERSEY
⁄2 Million Postcards On-Line 1
Alan Gottlieb / Toll-Free 1-888-828-7811
APRIL 12, 2014 Hours: 9:00 am to 4:00 pm • Donation: $3.00 FOOD AVAILABLE • FREE PARKING • AIR-CONDITIONED
PHONE: (732) 774-1869 • FAX (732) 774-1685 S832428
Oldpostcards.com - Topical USpostcards.com - 50 US States Worldpostcards.com - World Countries
– Saturday –
59th MICHIGAN ANTIQUARIAN
ALLENTOWN SPRING Antique Advertising, Book, Paper & Photography Show
BOOK & PAPER SHOW Sunday April 6, 2014
APRIL 26 & 27, 2014 Saturday 9 to 5; Sunday 9 to 3
9:30 ± 5:00
Agricultural Hall, 1929 Chew St., Allentown Fairgrounds
Children 13 and under free!
Lansing Center 333 E. Michigan Lansing, MI
ALLENTOWN, PA BIG TWO DAY SHOW!
(517) 332-0112 www.curiousbooks.com
Allentown Paper Show
THE MIDWEST'S LARGEST!!
More than a million old books, maps, ads, photos, magazines, postcards, posters, prints, & paper collectibles for sale!
Join our friendly community!
OUR NEXT POSTCARD SHOW SATURDAY, AUGUST 23, 2014
3300 WEST 98 TH ARMORY BLOOMINGTON, STREET, MN 55431
Postcard, Book & Paper Show
with this ad Only $
P.O. Box 156, Center Valley, PA 18034
For info Contact Sean Klutinoty
Allentown Paper Show, LLC
Rock And Roll
one-sheet poster sold for $105.
(Continued on page 14)
P.A.C.M. - April 2014 Page 13
The Shadow Show (Continued from page 10)
4 p.m. Admission will be $12 for adults and $6 for youths age 12-21. Individuals under 12 with a paid adult will be admitted free of charge. A parking garage is located directly across the street, and multiple garages and subway stops are nearby. For easily downloadable point-to-point maps, visit www.FlamingoEventz.com. For additional information, call 603-509-2639.
If You Collect Old Paper, Ephemera, Advertising, Country Store … SUBSCRIBE TODAY!!! ™
4 EASY WAYS TO SUBSCRIBE! 1.
Order Online At www.paperandadvertisingcollector.com
And Receive 10% Discount 2. Phone Order: 717-492-2541, M-F, 8:30 A.M.-4:30 P.M. 3. Fax Order: 717-653-6165 4. Mail Order: The Paper & Advertising Collectors’ Marketplace P.O. Box 500, Mount Joy, PA 17552 Yes, my subscription is enclosed. Please begin sending my monthly copy of P.A.C.M. with next available issue. Name Address City
Area Code & Phone Number (
Where did you pick up this copy of P.A.C.M.? I am a
Collector Dealer My Interests Are
$19.95 Per Year (12 Issues - 3rd Class) $30 Per Year 1st Class Mail (USA) $35 Per Year Airmail (Canada) RENEWAL NEW SUBSCRIPTION
CHECK MONEY ORDER
All Checks Must Be In U.S. Funds. Checks Must Be Drawn On U.S. Bank OR Add $7.00 To Subscription Price.
❏ EXP. DATE
If you belong to a local or regional Paper/Advertising Collectors Group, please include information about it on separate sheet.
CHANGE OF ADDRESS: Please notify us at once if you are moving. e! move. Under our present permit the P.O. will NOT notify us if nyou li (Note: We cannot make temporary or “vacation” address on changes. By r e send permanent the time it would get done you’ll be back home,dso r changes only. uo o Also: Notify us at once if your name n yis not spelled correctly!
0% llector.com 1 o E singc i t K r e TA Wheperandadv Just Want More Information? .pa www
Send $2.00 For A Sample Copy.
www.paperandadvertisingcollector.com Brown & the Cell Block 7. The big attraction among collectors (Continued from page 5) is the standard one sheet poster 4. “Twist Around the (27-by-41-inches), which feaClock” (1961). The incompara- tures the wild tagline: “The ble Chubby Checker is the fea- Sizzling Story Of Hot Rock As tured artist in this film, in You Have Never Seen It which a promoter discovers a Before…!” One example in new dance craze, the Twist. folded very fine- condition Also present are Dion DiMucci garnered a top bid of $105 at of Dion and the Belmonts auction. fame, the Marcels and Vicki Spencer. The big three sheet poster (41-by-79inches) for this rock ‘n’ roll musical is a treat. One example in folded fine condition sold at auction for a reasonable $53. 5. “Rock Baby Rock It” (1957). There’s not much plot in this low-budget flick, filmed on location in Dallas, Texas, “Hey, Let’s Twist!” (1961) half-sheet poster but the real attraction sold for $22. is the music anyway. On hand, musically speaking, 6. “Rock, Rock, Rock!” are Johnny Carroll, Preacher (1956). Tuesday Weld has the Smith and the Deacons, the lead role of Dori Graham, a Belew Twins, Kay Wheeler, teenage girl who tries to earn The Five Stars and Rusty enough money singing in order to buy a new dress for the big prom. That’s Ms. Weld moving her lips in the film, but it’s Connie Francis actually doing the singing. Omnipresent rock ‘n’ roll prophet/DJ Alan Freed is on hand, along with a number of big name artists of the era, including Chuck Berry, The Moonglows, Teddy The “Jailhouse Rock” (1957) lobby card sold Randazzo, Flamingos, Johnny for $311. Burnett Trio, LaVern Baker and Frankie Lymon & The Teenagers. The insert poster (14-by-36-inches) for “Rock, Rock, Rock!” scores big with collectors. One example in folded very fine condition zoomed to the top of the collector charts, bringing $388 at auction. 7. “The Girl Can’t Help It” (1956). Jayne Mansfield has the starring role in this musical comedy as Jerri Jordan, whose gangster boyfriend (Edmond O’Brien) enlists the help of a boozing press agent (Tom Ewell) to turn her into a recording star. Little Richard performs the movie’s title song, “Rock Baby - Rock It” (1957) with The Platters, Fats Domino,
www.paperandadvertisingcollector.com David Houston, Bob Luman & Loungers and Teddy Randazzo His Shadows and The also in attendance. Look for Joe Blockbusters. The standard one Pesci as an uncredited dancer at sheet poster from this long-for- the Peppermint Club. The half gotten film is still affordable, sheet (22-by-28 inch) poster is with one example in folded an interesting piece. One examvery fine+ condition bringing ple in folded very fine- condi$32 at auction. tion sold at auction for $22. 10. “Hey, Let’s Twist!” Some other early rock ‘n’ (1961). New York City’s fabled roll movies, released before the Peppermint Lounge is the set- arrival of The Beatles, include ting of this rock ‘n’ roll flick, “Jamboree!” (1957), “The Big which capitalizes on one of the Beat” (1958) and “Expresso biggest dance crazes of the era. Bongo” (1959). Joey Dee and The Starliters Auction results and photos headline the movie, with Jo courtesy of Heritage Auctions, Ann Campbell, the Peppermint Dallas, Texas.
Page 14 P.A.C.M. - April 2014
Rock And Roll (Continued from page 13)
Eddie Cochran, Eddie Fontaine and Gene Vincent & His Bluecaps also appearing. Jayne Mansfield (1933-1967) was later killed in a horrific car crash in Louisiana. The 40-by60-inch style Y poster from “The Girl Can’t Help It” is a very rare bird, with one example in rolled fine+ condition selling at auction for an impressive $5,378. 8. “Jailhouse Rock” (1957). The undisputed King of rock ‘n’ roll, Elvis Presley, had made his film debut in the 1956 western “Love Me Tender.” Elvis plays Vince Everett in this film, a convict doing time for manslaughter who learns to
play the guitar while doing his stretch in the state pen. The lobby card (11-by-14-inches) featuring Elvis’ famous convict musical number, is always a hit with collectors. One example in fine/very fine condition brought a top bid of $311 at auction. 9. “Carnival Rock” (1957). The setting of this low-budget film directed by horror guru Roger Corman is a rock ‘n’ roll/rockabilly nightclub run by Christopher “Christy” Cristakos (David J. Stewart). Some of the showcased musical talent includes The Platters,
ADVERTISE and SEARCH OUR CLASSIFIEDS 24/7
P.O. Box 500, Mount Joy, PA 17552
HOW TO ADVERTISE PHONE
Weekdays 8am-4:30pm EST
24 Hours 7 Days A Week
FREQUENCY DISCOUNT CHART
1 Issue - No Discount 2-3 Issues - 10%
MAIL: Engle Publishing Co. Classifieds/PACM P.O. Box 500 Mount Joy, PA 17552
E-MAIL ALL ADS MUST BE PREPAID. Ads will appear in the next available issue and on the Internet. Make checks payable to: Engle Publishing Co. All checks must be in U.S. Funds and must be drawn on U.S. Bank OR add $7 to total price of ad. There will be a $20.00 fee for each returned check. ❏ Visa We accept: ❏ MasterCard ❏ Discover ❏ American Express
********************** Basic Ad (25 words) $ 4.25 Add’l Words 17¢ ea. + Less Frequency Disc. SUBTOTAL $
All Bold - add 50¢ E-mail - add $2.00 Web Site - add $2.00 # Exp. Date Color - add $2.00 ONE AD PER FORM SUBTOTAL • Reminder: The first (up to) three words of the • When using phone number in body of ad,
ad are printed in bold. Take care in choosing these three words for they will be the words that draw attention to your ad. NUMBER OF ISSUES TO BE INSERTED
- FOR SALE -
“Twist Around the Clock” (1961) three-sheet poster sold for $53.
BOOKS 5006 Automotive 5009 Children’s 5012 Cookbooks 5015 Detective/Mystery 5018 Historical 5021 Militaria 5024 Sports 5027 Western 5030 Misc. Hardcovers 5036 Misc. Paperbacks COUNTRY STORE 5042 Dispensers 5045 Display Pieces 5048 Signs 5051 Tins 5054 Misc. Country Store MAGAZINES 5060 Automotive 5063 Aviation 5066 Comics 5069 Detective/Mystery 5072 Geographical 5075 Hunting/Fishing 5078 Men’s 5081 Movies/Theater 5084 Music 5087 Radio/Television 5090 Science Fiction 5093 Science/Mechanics
5096 Sports 5099 TV Program Guides 5102 Women’s 5105 Misc. Magazines EPHEMERA 5111 Advertising 5114 Art/Illustration 5117 Art/Pinup 5120 Autographs 5123 Automotive 5126 Breweriana 5129 Calendars 5132 Cards, Sports 5135 Cards, Non-Sports 5138 Cartoons/Comic Art 5141 Catalogs 5144 Disney 5147 Documents 5150 Entertainment 5153 Genealogy 5156 Historical 5159 Labels 5162 Maps 5165 Militaria 5168 Movies/Theater 5171 Music 5174 Newspapers 5177 Numismatic 5180 Paper Dolls, Soldiers 5183 Photographica 1
“Carnival Rock” (1957) onesheet poster sold for $32.
FOR OFFICE USE ONLY
area code must be included.
4-6 Issues - 15% 7-12 Issues - 20%
+ + + + $
Times number of issues x TOTAL PRICE $
COMPLETE BOXES AT LEFT USING CLASSIFICATION NUMBERS LISTED BELOW. MULTIPLE INSERTIONS: Not responsible for errors, unless called to our attention before second insertion
- WANTED 5186 Political 5189 Posters 5192 Preservation Supplies 5195 Radio/TV 5198 Railroadiana 5201 Regional 5204 Sports 5207 Stamps 5210 Stocks/Bonds 5213 Tobacco Cards 5216 Trade Cards 5219 Transportation 5222 Travel 5225 Western 5228 Misc. Paper 5234 Misc. Non-Paper POSTCARDS 5240 Topical, Real Photo 5243 Topical, Misc. 5246 Views, Real Photo 5249 Views, Misc. 5252 Misc. Postcards PULPS 5258 Misc. Pulps SIGNS & DISPLAYS 5264 Misc. Signs & Displays
BOOKS 5306 Automotive 5309 Children’s 5312 Cookbooks 5315 Detective/Mystery 5318 Historical 5321 Militaria 5324 Sports 5327 Western 5330 Misc. Hardcovers 5336 Misc. Paperbacks COUNTRY STORE 5342 Dispensers 5345 Display Pieces 5348 Signs 5351 Tins 5354 Misc. Country Store MAGAZINES 5360 Automotive 5363 Aviation 5366 Comics 5369 Detective/Mystery 5372 Geographical 5375 Hunting/Fishing 5378 Men’s 5381 Movies/Theater 5384 Music 5387 Radio/Television 5390 Science Fiction 5393 Science/Mechanics 3
5396 Sports 5399 TV Program Guides 5402 Women’s 5405 Misc. Magazines EPHEMERA 5411 Advertising 5414 Art/Illustration 5417 Art/Pinup 5420 Autographs 5423 Automotive 5426 Breweriana 5429 Calendars 5432 Cards, Sports 5435 Cards, Non-Sports 5438 Cartoons/Comic Art 5441 Catalogs 5444 Disney 5447 Documents 5450 Entertainment 5453 Genealogy 5456 Historical 5459 Labels 5462 Maps 5465 Militaria 5468 Movies/Theater 5471 Music 5474 Newspapers 5477 Numismatic 5480 Paper Dolls, Soldiers 5483 Photographica
5486 Political 5489 Posters 5492 Preservation Supplies 5495 Radio/TV 5498 Railroadiana 5501 Regional 5504 Sports 5507 Stamps 5510 Stocks/Bonds 5513 Tobacco Cards 5516 Trade Cards 5519 Transportation 5522 Travel 5525 Western 5528 Misc. Paper 5534 Misc. Non-Paper POSTCARDS 5540 Topical, Real Photo 5543 Topical, Misc. 5546 Views, Real Photo 5549 Views, Misc. 5552 Misc. Postcards PULPS 5558 Misc. Pulps SIGNS & DISPLAYS 5564 Misc. Signs & Displays
INTERNET: Place an Ad or Search Online www.paperandadvertisingcollector.com E-MAIL:
P.A.C.M. - April 2014 Page 15
FOR SALE 2 PORTFOLIOS 1898 100 plates each 11x14 English Country Houses, English Country Churches $100 each, call 563-380-1971.
BOOKS ON EUROPEAN and Asian Royalty. Free price list. Lee Poleske, PO Box 871, Seward, AK 99664. HOW THE COLT Navy .36 Revolver was gunsmithed fired in field during Civil War by Dan Rhea $25 postpaid. Hera Box 501, Woodriver, IL 62095.
MINATURE WEAPONS ONE sixth scale and smaller. Loos, 561-352-8172 email@example.com EBay Store Miniature -Weapons -by -Loos over 1000 minis built and sold.
160 COMICS! $50 Postpaid! All different, new, bagged assortment. DC/ Marvel only! Feduniewicz, Box 237, Calvin, PA 16622. Other deals available, write for details! Limited time offer!
LIFE MAGAZINE BARBARA Streisand 2 issues! May 22, 1964 and February 14, 1969 complete issues fair and good conditions Hello Dolly! and Funny Girl $30 shipping included 202-882-7204.
100’S OF MOVIE related Book magazines must liquidate SASE with 2 stamps for catalog or wants. Richard Hegedorn, 155 Pebbleview Dr., Rochester, NY 14612, firstname.lastname@example.org
1940’s-1970’s COMIC BOOKS for sale50,000+ wide selection, strict grading, reasonable prices. Request 60 page “Old Comics” catalog, with $4 (outside U.S. $10). MightyMags.Com PO Box 22916 St. Petersburg, FL 33742 or view online.
THIRTY PLUS OUTLOOK Magazines from 1911 to early 1920’s. Political and International Affairs. All for $60 including shipping. Ron Johnson, 570-835-5246
ORIGINAL MOVIE POSTERS, 1,000’s to choose from; one sheets, lobby cards, etc. Jim Zicopula, 166 Woodridge Lane, Lino Lakes, MN 55014. 651-483-9809.
COMPLETE COMIC BOOK Sets, runs, lots, 1960s-present. Deeply discounted. Request “Sets” catalog with $1 (outside U.S. $4). MightyMags.Com PO Box 22916, St. Petersburg, FL 33742 or view online.
OLD PHARMACY AND Patent Medicine Almanacs 1800’s, 1900’s. $8-$10 each. Email for list Fred Edwards email@example.com
DISCOUNTED COMIC BOOKS: BLB, Newspapers, Comicstrips; Pulps; Paperbacks; Hardbacks; Movie-TV; Life, Look, Post, misc. Send SASE plus 50¢ per list. Indicate desired lists. Above also bought. G.Rauch, 148 East St., Lore City, Ohio 43755, thrillingmemories.com
7 TOPLESS LADY Postcards in color! All different. Grab attention in your mail! Only $5 cash. Bob Spruck, 214 Chestnut St., Bridgeport, CT 06604-2678.
HEEYY, COLLECTORS! COMICS! DC’s, Marvel, Dell, Gold Key, Japanese Manga, TV tie-ins, etc. Mark Simpson, 123 Saint George’s Ave, Sault Sainte Marie, Ontario, Canada P6B 1X4
DOZEN MAGIC BOOKS Nice variety $50 plus postage. R.M. Aalberg, 7816 Portosueno Ave., Bradenton, FL 34209, 941-7921324, email firstname.lastname@example.org
FREE SEARCH SERVICE M.M. Davies/ Bookfinder 518-755-4294 email@example.com MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS AND Yearbooks for Sale. LSASE gets lists. Ron Etter, 1100 Yorktown Dr., Abilene, TX 79603.
COLLECTIBLE PAPERBACK, MYSTERY, SciFi, Western, TV, Movie, War- will respond to want lists only. C. Allan, 4444 S. Rio Grande Ave. Apt. 850D, Orlando, FL 32839. PAPERBACK BOOKS- BUY/ Sell. Adult, Vintage, Mass Market. SF, Fantasy, Horror, Detective, Spy, Western, Beacon, Midwood, Monarch. SASE for information. Chris Eckhoff, 98 Pierrepont St., Brooklyn, NY 11201 SEND FOR FREE Lists: Auction and Sale. Vintage paperbacks, Digests, Pulps, Comics, Mens magazines, BLB’s. Wally Pattengill, 825 Pecos Dr., Waco, TX 76708. TV/ MOVIE TIE-IN paperbacks/ hardbacks. Many old favorites. Check it out, couch potatoes! Mark Simpson, 123 St. George’s Avenue, Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, Canada P6B 1X4.
Thousands of 8X10” Movie Photos and
ADULT GIRLIE MAGS. Private collection spanning 50’s - present. Many titles, Celebrities, Traci Lords, most N. Mint, Must have want lists. Reasonable prices. Looking for those rare girlie mags? I may have them! Al Nazario, #12P 400 W. 43rd St, NYC, 10036 or call 212-868-9203 firstname.lastname@example.org BEAUTY PARADE SET complete set of 85 issues 1941-1956, bound in 14 vol. as presentation set or publishers reference copies. Call Paul 845-477-0463. PLAYBOY 1959-2013 COMPLETE from 6/90 thru 4/13, over 500 issues, Monroe; bardot; bo derek; Madonna, $500 for all obo, free local (PHila) delivery. Call 610-630-6903 or email@example.com
AUTHENTIC CELEBRITY AUTOGRAPHS, signed Photographs, Cards, Books and more. Free Catalog. Star Shots, 5389 Bearup St., Port Charlotte, FL 33981, email firstname.lastname@example.org AUTOGRAPHS FOR SALE in most fields- regular list issued, dealer since 1973. Send for free catalog. Charles Searle, 20 Highland Point Ct., Weaverville, NC 28787. AUTOGRAPHS FOR SALE: FREE bi-monthly list available. Also buying. Mike Hirsch, 11 Philips Mill Dr., Middletown, NJ 07748, 732-787-1202.
11x14” Lobby Cards at low prices. Go to www.ILoveFilms.com. Awesome customer service. VINTAGE MOVIE PRESSBOOKS WORLD’S LARGEST STOCK. SEND $1 FOR GIANT 20 PAGE LIST, REFUNDABLE WITH ORDER. ALAN LEVINE, PO BOX 1577, BLOOMFIELD, NJ 07003, CALL 973-743-5288, EMAIL POSTERKING@AOL.COM
10,0000’S!! ORIGINAL OLDIES! Records by mail, since 1984. 45’s, LPs, 78’s, CDs, collectibles. Send want lists w/SASE. Write: George Bickley, 1213 Sonora, Glendale, CA 91201-1425.
AVANT GARDE MAGAZINES from the 60’s issue #2 Marilyn Monroe seriographic prints, issue #8 Picasso’s erotic gravures, issue #11 John Lennon’s erotic lithographs $25 each six others, $5 each, call 610-630-6903 or email@example.com THE REALIST PAUL Krassner’s Political Commentary from the 60’s, LSD to Lenny Bruce to LBJ, 24 issues plus 10 pamphlets from 90’s, $50 for all, call 610-630-6903 or firstname.lastname@example.org
AUTOGRAPHS-FREE CATALOG from Heroes & Legends 18034 Ventura Blvd., Encino, CA 91316.
1968 MERCEDES BENZ owner’s manual and glove compartment catalog in original package make offer by mail to JPM, 12902 Rockside Rd., Garfield Heights, Ohio 44125.
LEGENDS SPORTS MEMORABILIA glossy sport magazine from 90’s profiling individual super stars, Mantel; Aaron; Rose; Jordan, many in plastic, exc. condition, over 35, $50 plus shipping call 610-630-6903 or email@example.com
WALLIS TRACTOR IRON Bear Paper Weight $500 over 40 pieces World’s Fair Items from 1893-1940, sell as one lot only $400, 573-769-2449
10,000+ MONSTER, SCI-FI, Horror, Satire, Comics, more. Strict grading, reasonable prices. Request 28 page “Magazine” catalog with $3 (outside U.S. $8) MightyMags.Com PO Box 22916, St. Petersburg, FL 33742.
GERMAN, ITALIAN, JAPANESE WWI-WWII documents, books, postcards, portraits, autogarph photographs, medals, etc. Free Listing for SASE Wilkins, 1422 Farmington Ct., St. Louis, MO 63146.
FIRST DAY COVERS, limited editions with two or three color cachets, illustrated catalog availavle. Two stamps appreciated. H.F. Bradybaugh, 1308 R.H.T.L. Rd., Rush, NY 14543. THE SETTLEMENT OF Jamestown twenty stamps (41¢) in picturesque holder from post office face value $8.20, 940-6921686. Bud Reynolds, 2730 Shepherds, Wichita Falls, TX 76308, make offer.
AAA PENNA/ N.J. Official Tour Book & Map 1926, mint, Gulf Oil back cover $45. M.P. Kline 843-537-3968. FIFTY BIG BOXES Vintage Hollywood Stills, Clippings, Scrapbooks, Magazines, Pulp Magazines, Railroadania, Americana, Coca Cola bottles etc., Comics, Old Postcards & Magazines. Lifetime Collection, firstname.lastname@example.org 714-932-3200.
Page 16 P.A.C.M. - April 2014
WHOLESALE PRICES COON CHICKEN INN RESTAURANT MENU (Closed In 1951) 6x81⁄2 Figural Menu $15, 2/$22. COON CHICKEN INN ASHTRAY, 31⁄2” Diam. Glass, Negro Man’s Head. $12. FRUIT LABEL COLLECTION, 19201965, a nice assortment of ladies, kids, animals, race cars, scenes, etc. (we retail for $5 Ea.) 100 Asst./$35. 1930s WHISKEY LABELS, Golfer, Trains, Airplanes, Scenes, 100/$12. FRENCH WINE LABELS - 1920-1950, Many Nicely Illus. 100/$12. PAPER EPHEMERA LOT, 1890s1960s, Misc. Cards, Checks, Letters, Valentines, Folders, Labels, Railroad, 100 Pcs./$10. EAST COAST RR STOCK CERTIFS., 10 Diff., $15, 50 Asst., $55.
Have Something to Sell? Looking For Something? Have a Service to Offer? We are the #1 source for paper, advertising, rare books, postcards & more! Call Arlene in Classified Sales 717-492-2561 or 1-800-428-4211 x2561 LARGE MYSTERY LOT Paper Ephemera approximate 40 pieces vintage to recent anything and everything well worth $50 post free. SH Jemik, POB 753, Bowie, MD 20718. MARBLE MEMORABILIA HUGE Collection of magazines, newspaper articles, books regarding marbles and children playing marbles. Bargain prices. CALL 617-487-5808. PRIVATE COLLECTOR SELLING Paper Collectibles; Sheet Music, Comic Books, Sunday Strips, Collector Postcards, Sports, TV Movies, Transportation, Books, Magazines, Colorful Ads, Misc. Sent on approval: Joe Galand, PO Box 670, Vista, CA 92085-0670.
Postage Extra Notice: Since 1970 I’ve been buying quality paper ephemera in quantity to sell in the future. At 73 yrs. old the time is now. I offer the following categories at true wholesale prices: - Antique Advertising - Postcard Lots - Fruit Labels - Beer, Whiskey, Soda Labels - Stock Certificates - Old Newspapers (1830-1890’s) - Old Calendars - Old Bottles - Comic Books - Negrobilia - WWII Collectibles - Booklets - Advertising Tins - Gas Station Memorabilia - Magazines Ads
Send $3 for our wholesale catalog, over 2,000 items.
QUALITY VINTAGE EPHEMERA, Playing Cards, Maps, Cigar Labels, Rockwell, CocaCola, Tobacco Cards, Passes, Real Photo Postcards, Advertising, Illustrated Paper, Rare Stamps. Stan Abrams 856-428-1548 email@example.com SPORTS, HOLLYWOOD STARS, WORLD WAR II, 1930’s-1950’s magazines, books, ephemera. John Cole, 4146 Whittner Dr., Land O Lakes, FL 34639. 813-996-3584, firstname.lastname@example.org
SPRING HAS SPRUNG~ Jump into Spring, place a NEW CLASSIFIED AD for 3 months and get 3 months FREE! Let Paper & Advertising Collectors’ Marketplace expand your market area by advertising with our monthly print circulation of approximately 6,000 plus our online readers. Contact Arlene 717-492-2561 or Fax: 717-653-6165 or Email: email@example.com VALENTINE COLLECTION LIFETIME Collection (1,600) Foldout, Fan, Mechanical & regular Valentines (most prior to 1950) $1,200 plus postage. John Provan, 407-6542933 firstname.lastname@example.org
VALENTINE COLLECTION FOR Sale “Hundreds” of different, beautiful postcards, foldouts, mechanical and other Valentines. All from the early 1900’s and in plastic pages and notbooks. 25 year collection. Call John Provan 407-654-2933, Ocoee, Florida.
FREE LIST. SEND for sales list of assorted lots of topics and foreign and state views. Gary Radtke (PACM), 11415 Green Ridge Dr., Waynesboro, PA 17268 PENNSYLVANIA: BUY, SELL, TRADE At Saturday’s Market, RT 230, between Middletown and Elizabethtown, PA. Every other week. Call Bob at 717-367-8652. POSTCARDS OF ALL Types- Trains, Colleges, Restaurants, Lighthouses, Rollercoasters, Sports Stadiums, etc. Continentals 50¢ + postage. Robert Andrews, PO Box 6782, Providence, RI 02940. WOW! FOREIGN POSTCARDS for Sale! Trail pack of 12 for $10 pre-paid to you! Write Greg, Box 574, Libby, MT 59923.
WANTED WANTED EARLY ELECTRIC Cars 1880-1939 brochures & color ADS NATIONAL Motor Vehicle Co. 1900-1924 Indianapolis brochures Charles www.Chuckstoyland.com email@example.com 612 874-8531 Minneapolis, MN
PURCHASING POLITICAL PHOTOGRAPHS Lincoln, U.S. Grant, tintypes, autographs, Brady images send email photos to Mark or phone 413-628-3241 email firstname.lastname@example.org WANTED INDIAN TERRITORY and Okla. territory items such as postcards, checks, tokens, letter heads and advertising items. Dale Ennis, Box 14, Coalgate, Okla. 74538.
THOROUGHBRED HORSE RACING Programs, pins, passes, books, older items only. Gary Medeiros, 1319 Sayre St., San Leandro, CA 94579 email@example.com
WANTED POPEYE 1930’S Paint Books, Little Big Books, Comic Books to 1943, anything Popey only. Good to fine condition. Jim Eyler, 400 S. Main St., Elmer, NJ 08318.
WANTED: ANY EARLY Sporting Magazines, Catalogs, Paper. Outdoor Life, Field and Stream, Northwestern Sportsmen, Outer’s, Outer’s Recreation. Gary Koelbl, 1815 Orchard Lane, Oshkosh, WI 54902.
RADIO STATION PLAY List, Disc Jockey, Givea-ways, Air Checks, anything to do with Radio. Jeff Olin, 1502 RT. 79, Windsor, New York 13865, email firstname.lastname@example.org
BODY BUILDING MAGAZINES: Muscle, Joe Weider, Arnold Schwartznegger, Catalogs, Booklets. 1940’s to 1970’s. Muscle Builder, Mr. America, Bob Hoffman, plus others. Call 516-449-6915.
MAGAZINES WANTED PRE-1970: Life, Look, Saturday Evening Post, Collier, Time. Also: Men’s, fashion, auto, movie. Condition not important, but must be complete. Herb Hoffman, 1350 Monroe Street, Hollywood, FL 33019. 954-925-8472 email@example.com WANTED PHOTOS OF International Crawler Tractors from 40’s, 50’s, 60’s magazine ads, sales flyers. Write only Dale Hilk, 424 East 1st st., Waconia, MN 55387.
WANTED: WEEKLY MAGAZINES from 1900 to 1980, Life, Time, SEP, Liberty, Colliers, Newsweek, Literary Digest, Look, Leslies. Fran DiBacco, 123 Blue Heron Dr., W. Deptford, NJ 08086.
CHEWING TOBACCO ADVERTISEMENT Pastoral scene young man and woman seated on hillside chewing tobacco, 1920’s to 1930’s, top dollar offered. J. Lutschg, 1061 Magnolia Wood Ave., Baton Rouge, LA 70808. firstname.lastname@example.org DISNEY/ SUNOCO INK Blotters, unused, give description, condition, price, quantity, gas station rubber stamp imprint ok. Ed Matukonis, 1175 Murray St., Forty Fort, PA 18704.
Box 1728P • Buellton, CA 93427 C647601
FREE LISTS! FREQUENT Mail Auctions for Collectors/ Dealers. Paper, Miscellaneous Collectibles. Auctions since 1987. No minimum bids! Baeten, 511 Nathan, DePere, WI 54115 HUNDREDS OF MAGAZINE Cover, Articles, Cuttings on Movie, TV Stars Singers, Fashion Models. Send wants with SASE L. Denman, 159 Church St., Kingston, PA 18704-4955.
SELLING MISC. COLLECTIBLES Galore! Send $3 for my 8x10, 15 page list w/description, prices, S&H. Reasonable offers accepted. Send to Warren, 9029 Seneca Lane, St. Lewis, MO 63114.
“FOR PETE’S SAKE” old postcards, airplanes, court houses, post offices, WWII, Libraries, R/R depots, ships, 85 categories, Vincent Peterson Jr., 815 Olde Hickory Rd. Apt. 215, Lancaster, PA 17601-4956.
PLACE YOUR CLASSIFIEDS NOW!
www.paperandadvertisingcollector.com Have Questions? Call 1-800-428-4211 Or Fax Form To: 717-492-2566 ™
P.A.C.M. - April 2014 Page 17
ILLUSTRATOR ARTWORK BUY/SELL RAFOX Parrish Gutmann Delongpre Goodwin, Prints, Calendars, Pin-up Art, Armstrong, Elvgren, Vargas, Petty, Ammo-Art, Yard longs Hawaiiana, 702-839-9999, Wendy Hoffman Gallery, 5233 Sandy Cactus Lane, Las Vegas, NV 89149. ORIGINAL ILLUSTRATION ARTWORK Pin-up Hunting Fishing Advertising magazine book, Hawaiian airbrush art listed illustrators florals, scenes, children, big game animals. Wendy Hoffman gallery 702-8399999, PO Box 35647, Las Vegas, NV 89149. VENUS SARDONICA PRINTS by American Illustrator Mahlon Blaine (1894-1969) unique mark (no signature) Eduardo Rogano, 3455 Woodhead Dr., Northbook, IL 60062. Email email@example.com WANTED COMMERCIAL ARTWORK and oil paintings by J.G. Scott contact firstname.lastname@example.org 3235 Mudlick, Roanoke, VA 24018.
ALL NON-SPORTS CARDS: Tobacco, Coffee, Candy, Gum, Bread cards wanted. Other old cards too. Good prices and friendly transactions. Alan Miley, 2403 Sugarberry, Reston, VA 20191-2727. 703-391-9156, email@example.com BREAD, BAZOOKA & Baloney Gum, any kind. War, Elvis, Gilligans Island, Davy Crockett, Mars Attacks, Laugh-In, etc. any pre-1975 title wanted. Walt Meder, P.O.Box 640, Downers Grove, IL 60515. 630-379-1947 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
WANTED ANTIQUE POLITICAL Cartoons about Trusts, Monopolies, Antitrust subjects from Puck, Judge, Harpers, etc. Write Kate Schlech, 3228 S. Stafford St., Arlington, VA 22206.
TRADE AND SELL Israel, UN and Worldwide stamps, Postcards and cacheted FDCs for your surplus stamps or FDCs. Send and will returen an equal or larger value batch. Stamps, Coins, Postcards, Currency, Autographs, Historic Documents Bought/ Sold. Especially Jewish Theme, anti-semitic material from 1933-1945. Free appraisals, est. 1955 Bick Int’l, POB 854PAC, Van Nuys, CA 91408 email@example.com 818-9976496 or fax 818-988-4337.
ARCADE CARDS OF Actresses: Barbara Britton, Jeanne Crain, Carol Lynley, Diana Lynn, Phyllis Taxter and others. David Anderson, 1843 W. Lunt Ave., Chicago, IL 60626.
SPORTS CARDS AND other sports related items. Publications, pins, pennants, tickets, etc. Pre-1975. Philadelphia items especially wanted. Ellis, 158 Stratford Dr, Philadelphia, PA 19115, 215-934-5618
NEWSPAPER COMIC STRIPS, Sundday Strips and Dailies from 1935 to 1965; Humor and Melodrama only. David Anderson, 1843 W. Lunt Ave., Chicago, IL 60626.
STATE HUNTING/ FISHING Stamps. Pay up to $4 plus each. No tears, creases or tape stains. Check by return mail. John Marquardt, 609 Woodridge Dr., Columbia Missouri 65201, 573-474-7254.
FOREIGN PAPER MONEY wanted in any condition and quantity. Same day check. World Wide Notaphilic Service, Box 5427PM, Vallejo, CA 94591 PAPER MONEY WANTED Buying most U.S. Currency Pre-1963. Send scans or photos since 1981. Frederick Bart, Box 2, Roseville, MI 48066, 586-979-3400, firstname.lastname@example.org
DAKOTA AND SOUTH Dakota images, stereo, postcards, etc. Also ephemera. Robert Kolbe, 1301 S. Duluth Ave., Sioux Falls, SD 57105 email email@example.com OLD 8X10 B&W photos of Factory interior or exterior Scenes, Street Scenes. Must be original. Debold Gallery, PO Box 1037, Bloomfield, NJ 07003, 973-429-7616.
WANTED AUTOGRAPH 8X10 Photo of Johnny Matthis and also Peter O’Toole. Will pay reasonable price for each. James Warren, 25 Washington Lane, Wyncote, PA 19095. WANTED: PRESIDENTIAL & Other Historic Autograph Material. Pages of History, PO Box 2840, Binghamton, NY 13902. 607-724-4983
ANTHONY LAPAGLIA WANTED: ALL TYPES OF MOVIE AND TV MEMORABILIA. PRESS PHOTOS, IN PERSON PHOTOS, CLIPPINGS, MAGAZINES, ETC. CHERIE HUNT 23055 ENADIA WAY, WEST HILLS, CA 91307 (818) 294-3764 CHERIEHUNT@EARTHLINK.NET
CALIFORNIA GOLD RUSH Era items dated 1848-1858. Write: Chester Jaffee, PO Box 5369, Berkeley, CA 94705. BUYING AND SALES Literature, Manuals, and Old Road Maps. Ken Ruddock, 2080 Market St., Auburn, PA 17922.
ESQUIRE MAGAZINES 1933-1946 with Pinup Gatefolds; Pinup Calendars 1930s-1990s; Illustrated Hunting Fishing Calendars 19001950s Buy/ Sell 702-839-9999 Wendy Hoffman Gallery, 5233 Sandy Cactus, Las Vegas, NV 89149. WANTED ILLUSTRATED CALENDARS 19001959 Hunting/ Fishing, Pinups, Indian Maidens, Children, Florals, animals, also calendar company salesman sample books Brown & Bigelow, TD Murphy. Email or call Wendy Hoffman Gallery firstname.lastname@example.org 702-839-9999.
1930’S-50’S BUBBLE GUM Cards, showing Airplanes, Pirates, Baseball, G-Men, Superman, Indians, War, Tarzan, Tobacco Cards. Vin Minner, 21 Boulevard Rd., Cedar Knolls, NJ 07927, 973-267-3132.
ONE- ROOM SCHOOLHOUSE postcards, photos, student work wanted by teacher. Also anything Spanish- American War. Fuhro, 419 East Third Ave., Roselle, NJ 07203. 908-241-7829.
CAMPAIGN PAPER BROADSIDES of 1820 to 1880 Political issues: Presidential Meetings. Send email photos to email@example.com for current prices paid. Mark Suozzi, 413-628-3241, Thank you.
WANTED PRE-1940 RADIO & TELEVISION Any paper, catalogs, magazines, advertising. No Approvals Please.
Bequaert Old Books PO Box 775 • Fitzwilliam, NH 03447 603-585-3448 • firstname.lastname@example.org
WORLD WAR II ration items wanted: forms, books, tokens, checks, articles, etc. Describe carefully. Price or ask for offer. Lee Poleske, Box 871, Seward, AK 99664.
WANTED: BAGGAGE LABELS. VINTAGE ONLY. Hotel, Airline, Travel-related & Steamship. Accumulations, large Lots & Collections preferred. Best prices paid! 201 294-4110 / TravelNostalgia@aol.com
VETERANS POST PAYING your price for Military Insignia. WWII War Trails, Patches, Army Navy Wings, Merchant Marine Awards. Jerry Keohane, 457 Woodgate, Tonawanda, NY 14150, 716-877-1439.
BASEBALL TICKET STUBS Wanted from the 1970’s and 1980’s. American League teams only. Date on ticket. (Details) Tim Newsom, 34 Waterside Lane, Clinton, CT 06413-2141. 860-669-9914, email@example.com
US 19TH CENTURTY Stampless covers. What do you have for sale? Top prices paid! Schmitt, PO Box 387, Northport, NY 11768, 631-261-6600 email firstname.lastname@example.org
WHOLESALE ACCUMULATIONS OF Stocks / Bonds, advertising labels, cancelled checks, billheads, letterheads, ice cream, coffee bags, other advertising items at wholesale prices in bulk. Steve Litchford 402 N. Main St. Cloverdale, IN 46120, 765-655-3193.
MEDICALLY- RELATED TRADE cards, medical lecture tickets & medical related ephemera. Dan Albert, 1106 Wellesley Rd., Madison, WI 53705, 608-233-0805.
ANTIQUE LAWMEN BADGES; Policemen/ Cowboy/ Saddlery/ Saloon Photos; Saddle/ Spur Catalogues; Antique Spurs. Originals only! Collector, Box 342, Station Main, Saskatoon, SK S7K-3L3 CANADA
AUTOGRAPHS, BANNERS, POLITICAL pins, leathers, baseball cards, sports memorabilia music, comics, wanted. Highest price paid. Write: Stan Block, 128 Cynthia Rd, Newton, MA 02459. CARNIVAL, CIRCUS, FREAKS, Sideshow, Fairs, Amusement Parks, Coney Island, Nude Photos, Fireworks, Girlie Pinup Magazines, Auto Thrillshow. Nostalgia Enterprises, Box 300, Lockport, NY, 14095. 716-433-9418. CATHOLIC HOLY CARDS, Protestant Bible lessons, lace cards, scripture cards. Brent Devitt, 35 Hawthorne Glen Trail, Beavercreek, OH 45440, 937-238-0183, email@example.com
HORSE RACING PROGRAMS Tickets, Postcards, Tobacco Cards, Books, Pins. Gary Medeiros, 1319 Sayre St., San Leandro, CA 94579, firstname.lastname@example.org HUNTING/ FISHING MEMORABILIA WantedAdvertising, Calendars, Magazines, Books, Shot Shell Boxes, Posters, Licenses, etc., Call Mike 302-448-6467 or 302-875-9061. TIRED OF EBAY? Sell your Sports Cards and Memorabilia to a Collector. Ken Domonkos 848-448-4709, email@example.com
Place Your Classified NOW!
paperandadvertisercollector.com Questions? Call 1-800-428-4211
MR. ICE CREAM wants the best ice cream and soda fountain advertising, trade cards, postcards, ephemera. Allan Mellis, 1115 West Montana, Chicago, IL 60614-2220, firstname.lastname@example.org
Page 18 P.A.C.M. - April 2014
Advertiser Index Allentown Paper Show LLC . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12 Bags Unlimited Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10 Cheshiremailers.Com . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7 Collectorama Show Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8 Executive Currency . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9 Flamingo Eventz . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 Fontaine’s Auction Gallery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19 Gottlieb, Alan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12 Half Moon Postcard Club . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 Heritage Auction Gallery Movie . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Heritage Auction Gallery Sport . . . . . . . . . . . . .9 Heritage Galleries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8 Heroes & Legends . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9 Herzog, Daniel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10 Historical Society Of Ocean Grove . . . . . . . . .12 Holabird Western Americana . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8 Indianapolis Postcard Club . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4
CIRCUS, CARNIVAL, ICE Show, Magic, RRS, Africa, Steamship, Rodeo, Buffalo Bill. Cirque Du Soliel and Ringling Bros. too. Box 213, New Martinsville, W. VA., 26155. HARRY S. OSBORN (Died 12/1915) editorial cartoons Milwaukee Journal, Philadelphia Press, Richmond Times- Dispatch, Baltimore News, Maryland Suffrage News, Cartoons Magazine, biographical info. 608-875-6405. HATHERLY MASS. POSTMARK Wanted could be on envelope or postcard dated 18871906 postage reimbursed. Daniel Lucas, 29 Cottonwood Ln., Rockland, MA 02370. MATCH COVER COLLECTORS- Why not join 1,000s of others in this fascinating & inexpensive hobby? Write RATHKAMP Match Cover Society, C/O Terry Rowe, Box A 1509 S. Dugan Rd., Urbana, OH 430789209 or check www.matchcover.org WANTED PRE-1960 PHOTOS, Postcards, Historical items from Money Creek, Houston, Chatfield, Mound Prarie, Caledonia, Minnesota. Write Ronald Burfield, Box 960, Houston, Minnesota 55943. WANTED: NEWSPAPER AND Magazine articles from the 1980’s about exercise classes taught by movie actresses. Don Schmieden, 221 Scott St. Apt. 737, Wausau, WI 54403.
BADGES WANTED FROM Railroads, Chicago; Police and Airline Pilot Wings. Mel Arndt, 551 Huntington Commons Rd., Mt. Prospect, IL 60056, 847-956-6652.
DECALS WANTED TRAVEL, States, Parks, Museums, Attractions, Lodging, Pin-ups. Water Dip Only. Robin Paul, 607 S. Main St., Wauconda, IL 60084.
LONG ISLAND NEW York Golf Memorabilia Wanted. Caddie Badges, Score Cards, Postcards, Photos, Histories, Medals, etc. Al Velocci, 62 Cherrywood Dr., New Hyde Park, NY 11040, 516-437-4949. MODEL AIRPLANE AND Aviation Collectibles wanted: Books, magazines, kits, engines, accessories. I buy estates. Aeroindex, PO Box 1135, Cheshire, CT 06410. 203-250-0720 Aeroindex@cox.net PENNSYLVANIA BOY SCOUT ephemera camp and council prior to 1960 and felt scout camp patches. Nelson, 108 Vermont Lane, Levittown, PA 19054, 215-946-4511.
AIRLINES & AIRPORT chrome cards, esp. domestic, published during the 1950s & 1960s, a permanent want. Armen Avakian, 4560 Pinehollow Ct, Apt 170, Indianapolis, IN 46254, 317-298-8913. BOOKS AND POSTCARDS relating to Michigan and Wisconsin Copper and Iron Mining. Robert Fox, 1235 N. Westfield Street, Oshkosh, WI 54902 COLLECTOR LOOKING FOR Reliable Dealers fro Postcard approvals. Send details to: M. Schnebly, 622 South Allison St., Greencastle, PA 17225. DISABILITY RELATED POSTCARDS and small ephemera deaf, blind, physically impaired, developmentally disabled, charity drives, begging charity, etc. email@example.com 802-948-2664, 157 Stevens Orchard Rd., Orwell, VT 05760. LAKE MINNETONKA, MINN. Postcards & other memorabilia. Leipolds, 239 Water St., Excelsior, MN 55331. firstname.lastname@example.org
Iowa City Postcard Show . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 Kaufman, Irene . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 Levine, Howard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10 Long Island Postcard Club . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9 Metro East Postcard Show . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7 Mid-Michigan Antiquarian Book Dealers . . . .12 Morlatton Postcard Club . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7 Peterson, John R. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 Pflaumer-Yeater, Gerlinde . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 Robert Edward Auctions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 Scrooge Records & Collectibles . . . . . . . . . . . .4 Seaview Show Management Inc. . . . . . . . . . . .7 South Jersey Postcard Club . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 Twin City Postcard Club . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12 Unshredded Nostalgia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20 Windy City Postcard Club . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11
WANTED PRE-1920 REAL Photo Views Western Berks, Eastern Lebanon Counties, Penn. Peter Lengel, PO Box 58, Robesonia, PA 19551, 610-693-9690. Send call with list.
POSTCARDS WANTED: CZECHOSLOVAKIA, not Prague: Austria, not Vienna; Germany any smaller city Gruss Aus; Pozdrav & Eastern Europe. All before 1929. Approvals welcome. Penny Kleinman 516-921-0184 or email: email@example.com ROTOGRAPH POSTCARDS and any related materials to the Rotograph Company. Advertisements Imperial Rotograph folding stereoview posters please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 978-317-9234 Thanks. ROTOGRAPH POSTCARDS Looking for mostly A series rotographs, all states. Also interested in D and G series. As well as all other series. Email your series and numbers with prices you want. Examples: A3224, D4554, G6775a. with state initials after each number. email@example.com (978)317-9234
BUYING HOLIDAY POSTCARDS from the 1930’s & earlier, also scenic real photos & other good postcards from those years. (Toll-free) 877-202-1563. FORD REWARD STOLEN (Text Only) 19281934, linen, Ford Dealership 30-40 era. Cliff, 516-333-3797, email firstname.lastname@example.org I AM ALWAYS looking for Mining related Postcards and books. Write with information Robert Fox, 1235 N. Westfield St., Oshkosh, WI 54902.
OLD POSTCARDS FROM Small Towns I’ve never heard of, especially Illinois. Also Barbershops. Postage repaid. Please include phone no. Eureka! Antiques, 705 Washington, Evanston, IL 60202, 847-8699090, email@example.com POSTCARD WANTS: CHICKENS- no comics, no Easter; Alaska (ALCAN) Highway (before 1950); Seward, Alaska (before 1964). Lee Poleske, PO Box 871, Seward, AK 99664. POSTCARDS MISC. VIEWS Philip’s 1 at $15; 3 at $20 ea.; 1 at $30; have Lewis & Clark Expo- 1905 $20 have others, 717519-6629. Vincent Peterson, 815 Olde Hickory Rd. Apt 215, Lancaster, PA 17601-4956. WANTED STUDEBAKER POSTCARDS car and truck, factory issued Pre-1959, details and price please, John Arning, 21 North Pearl Street, Port Chester, NY 10573.
PLEASE! Remember to include your NAME AND ADDRESS with your CLASSIFIED MARKETPLACE ads.
P.A.C.M. - April 2014 Page 19
Coin-op, Musical, Toys, Advertising, Banks Country Store, & Gaming Auction
Saturday March 29, 2014 @ 11 AM. Previews: Friday 10AM. â€“ 5PM. Saturday 8 AM. â€“ 11AM. This auction will feature over 300 items to include rare victrolas, gramophones, music boxes, phonographs, jukeboxes, automatons, coin-op, country store, advertising, slot machines, toys, arcade games, vending and soda machines, trade stimulators, tin litho, display cases, signs, posters, historical & presidential items plus more!!
WE ARE NOW ACCEPTING CONSIGNMENTS FOR OUR UPCOMING AUCTIONS, FROM ONE ITEM TO A COMPLETE COLLECTION. WE CAN ARRANGE FOR PICKUP AND DELIVERY NATIONWIDE.
" #%&&'()*#%&&(+&,#- .- ,
AUCTIONEER: JOHN FONTAINE, Mass. Auctioneers License #327
Page 20 P.A.C.M. - April 2014
1425 West Main Street P.O. Box 500 Mount Joy, PA 17552 CHANGE SERVICE REQUESTED
Always Buying 3,000 Sq. Ft. Of Memories At
Unshredded Nostalgia Ephemera • Magazines • Posters • Photos Snapshot Albums • Documents • Postcards Animation Cels • Autographs
323 S. Main Street, Route 9,
Barnegat, NJ Open 7 Days 10 A.M.-5 P.M.
609-660-2626 Or 800-872-9990
www.unshreddednostalgia.com Like Unshredded Nostalgia’s Fan Page On Facebook E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
ASK ABOUT OUR PHOTOS ON APPROVAL SERVICE
New Jersey Memorabilia • • • •
Photos Postcards Brochures Bottles, etc.
Also Always Buying Photo Archives • Newspaper Archives • Movie Stills • Publicity Photos Please call on any large assemblage of photos
COLLECT, DECORATE, OR JUST REMINISCE …