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VOL. 36 NO. 6

"Battle Of The Ironclads" Postcards Commemorating The Merrimac, Monitor And Memorial Day

JUNE 2014

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Seeking Quality Consignments Deadline: May 27

A Few Highlights From Our March Auction: Another Fine Mess (MGM, 1930). One Sheet (27” X 41”). Sold For: $43,318

King Kong (RKO, 1933). French Double Grande (61.5” X 92”) Style A. Sold For: $56,762

Son of Frankenstein (Universal, 1939). Half Sheet (22” X 28”) Style A. Sold For: $40,331

Dracula (Universal, R-1947). Three Sheet (41.25” X 79.5”). Sold For: $71,700

Cimarron (RKO, 1931). One Sheet (27” X 41.5”). Sold For: $50,787

Gilda (Columbia, 1946). One Sheet (27.5” X 41”) Style B. Sold For: $77,675

Casablanca (Warner Brothers, 1942). Half Sheet (22” X 28”) Style B. Sold For: $71,700

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INSIDE THIS ISSUE The Battle Of The Ironclads . . . . . . .4 Philadelphia Loves Books . . . . . . . . .6 Calendar Of Events . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8 Author Harry Rinker’s Collection To Be Announced . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13 Starstruck: Collecting Movie Star Ads . . . . . . . .14 Classified Marketplace . . . . . . . . . .15 Advertiser Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18


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Postcards commemorating naval warfare during the Civil War and movie star advertisements of the early 20th century are two topics discussed in this month's issue. In "Battle Of The Ironclads," author Roy Nuhn examines the famous conflict between the Merrimac and Monitor as well as postcards issued to honor the battle and the Memorial Day holiday. In "Starstruck," Donald-Brian Johnson writes about "Old Hollywood" stars and studio advertising of that era. A columnist and frequent contributor, Johnson is an authority on 20thcentury American culture, design, and collectibles of various eras. Of course, there is much more to be found inside as well.

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The Battle Of The Ironclads falling into the hands of invading Yankees. The Monitor sank on December 31 of that year, while being towed to North Carolina. Though both ironclads were gone, naval warfare had been changed. Ships of the The 1909 Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition line would now be card by E.W. McConnell promoting the Midway sideshow recreation of the famed made of iron and armed with multiple battle. gun turrets. and began sinking and disThe battle quickly became abling the warships blockading part of Memorial Day lore. The Southern ports. May holiday, originally called The North’s response came Decoration Day, had evolved quickly. On March 9, a startled into an annual observance Merrimac crew encountered throughout the North a short the Monitor, the Union’s own while after the war’s end. experimental ironclad. Two People never forgot the two hours of battle followed ending ships or their historic fight. By in a draw. Both ships withdrew the turn of the 20th century, and never fought again. recreations of the battle were Merrimac, berthed at Fort Norfolk, was blown up the following month to prevent its

favorite amusement park and exposition attractions. Ingenious mechanical devices and elaborately designed backdrops were crafted to portray the famous naval duel. Probably the most elaborate of these took place at the 1907 Jamestown Exposition in an amusement area called the “War Patch.” This same sideshow The 1909 Alaska-Yukon-Pacific also showed up two Raphael Tuck & Sons’ Exposition card by E.W. McConnell pro- years later at the Alaska“Decoration Day Post Cards,” moting the Midway sideshow recreation Y u k o n - P a c i f i c of the famed battle.

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AUGUST 24, (STAMP BOURSE) Clarion Inn, 6625 Dean Memorial Pkwy, Hudson, 330832-5992. SEPTEMBER 21, (STAMP BOURSE) Clarion Inn, 6625 Dean Memorial Pkwy, Hudson, 330-832-5992.

PENNSYLVANIA MAY 24, (HARRY RINKER AMERICANA, HISTORICAL DOCUMENT, PAPER, BOOK, ART & EPHEMERA AUCTION) K.D. Smith Auction Gallery, 1901 S. 12th St. #2, Allentown, PA 610-797-1770. MAY 27, (EPHEMERA AUCTION) Conestoga Auction Co., Inc., 768 Graystone Rd., Manheim, PA 17545, 717-898-7284. JUNE 7, (895 LOTS- BOOK AUCTION) Gordonville Fire Co, 3204 Vigilant St., Gordonville, 717-692-4759. JUNE 13, 14 (BOOK & EPHEMERA FAIR) The Sheraton Philadelphia Dwntwn Hotel, 201 North 17th St., Philadelphia, 603-509-2639.

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Author Harry Rinker’s Collection To Be Auctioned Sale To Include Americana, Historical Documents, Papers, Books, Art & Ephemera members of the Continental Congress. Various indentures, Civil War letters, diaries, and much more will also be available. A large portion of Rinker’s library is specific to Pennsylvania history. From eastern Pennsylvania, there is an assortment of Pennypacker family ephemera dating from the 1700s through the 1800s. Samuel Pennypacker (1843-1916) was a former governor of the Keystone State. He served that office from 1903 to 1907. Parts of Pennypacker’s vast library are in various institution holdings. Artwork to be sold include paintings by Walter Baum, Alfred East, and John Kearney. There are 20 Japanese wood block prints and several lots of Pennsylvania German fraktur. Rinker’s Moravian research

library is in this sale, as is his Pennsylvania German reference library and autographed book collection. There will be over 700 books such as biography, travel, cooking, and early paperbacks. Early photographs, postcards, magazines, advertising trade cards, and World’s Fair material will also

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The Ironclads (Continued from page 4)

Exposition in Seattle, Wash. Later, it moved to Luna Park on Coney Island and was enjoyed by large audiences for another decade. The public’s fascination with the Merrimac and Monitor never wavered. Hollywood took advantage of this obsession by making a romantic motion picture about it, Republic Pictures’ “Hearts in Bondage” in 1936. The film told the story of two close friends, and their sweethearts, who chose different sides in the war and ended up in the opposing ironclads. Souvenir postcards about the two ships and their great naval battle were issued by more than a dozen printers in the years between 1904 and

Part of L.R. Conwell’s gold-bordered 1909 Memorial Day series showing the Monitor in the background.

1914. In addition, some of the dozens of Memorial Day postcards produced during this era had illustrations of the ironclads. Publishers included L.R. Conwell and Raphael Tuck & Sons (Series N. 1078). At expositions, along with toy models of the Merrimac and Monitor, illustrated premium storybooks, and other souvenirs, exposition postcards about them were favorites with a generation of fairgoers. Forty-five years after the epic Civil War battle, the Jamestown (Virginia) Exposition of 1907 opened (mentioned previously). Located in the general area where the two ships had fought and heralding a general theme of national reconciliation, it focused renewed attention on the 1862 event. All of this, combined with the fact that recreations of the naval battle were being staged continuously at a sideshow in the amusement area, created a demand for pictorial postcards abut the ironclads. New York City’s A.C. Bosselman & Co.’s output was a major presence at the expo. As part of their two sets were several about the armored vessels. No. 5987, a double scene, offered “Monitor and (Continued on page 18)

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Kevin Smith of K.D. Smith Auctions of Allentown, Pa., will hold a large historical document, paper, book, art and ephemera auction for author Harry Rinker on Saturday, May 24, starting at 11 a.m. The auction gallery is located in the Merchants Square Antique Mall at 1901 South 12th St. in Allentown. The first 100 people to register at the auction hall the day of the sale will receive an autographed copy of a Harry Rinkerauthored reference book. The extensive offerings in the historical document category include an array of military and political material. An 1808 Thomas Jefferson- and James Madison-signed Ohio Territory land grant will be sold, along with several Revolutionary War musters and signed documents by

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Starstruck: Collecting Movie Star Ads By Donald-Brian Johnson

The year was 1929. Makeup maven Max Factor had just signed a first batch of Hollywood stars to endorsement contracts. With the blessing of their studios, the performers would appear in print ads promoting Max’s latest cosmetics. Not so coincidentally, those ads would also promote the studios’ latest movie releases. Naturally, the stars needed to be compensated. But what was fair? Millions? Thousands? Hundreds? Nope. The “Max Factor Girls,” as they came to be known, each received annual compensation in the heady amount of. . .one dollar. That’s right. One dollar. And the starry ladies who

contracted with Mr. Factor were happy to have it. Over the years, Max Factor’s movieland roster came to encompass a significant slice of Hollywood history. Now, free publicity is nice. . .but signing over your image for just a dollar? Why were the stars of Hollywood’s Golden Age so agreeable? Well, because there were so many of them. Old-time Hollywood studios churned out movies more rapidly than Hormel churns out cans of Spam. Every evening on the

silver screen, new faces were offered up for public consumption. Magazine ads like Max Factor’s made sure those new faces had a chance to register, while at the same time making sure that familiar faces weren’t forgotten. It was a dynamic return on a dollar’s investment. Soon, the stars shone brightly for an entire cosmetics counter’s worth of glamour goodies. Of course, the majority of Hollywood stars, even dressed in gunny sacks, faces scrubbed with laundry soap, would still leave onlookers

gobsmacked by their natural beauty. This was never mentioned. Instead, the message conveyed was simple: use Max Factor (or Woodbury, or Lux), and you could be just as lovely as Lana or as irresistible as Ingrid. Once advertisers saw how favorably consumers responded to movie star endorsements, the race was on. Full-page, fullcolor cigarette promos had stars, ranging from Rosalind Russell to Richard Widmark, touting just how “mild” and (Continued on page 18)


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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.

MINATURE WEAPONS ONE sixth scale and smaller. Loos, 561-352-8172 EBay Store Miniature -Weapons -by -Loos over 1000 minis built and sold.

30% OFF COMICS: 10¢, 12¢, 15¢, 20¢ and up, many NM, strict grading; Marvel, DC, Dell and others, colored and B/W, 4 color. Send $1 for 42 plus page lists, grade and priced before discount. Chris POB 1793, Destin, FL 32540, 850-837-1801. 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, 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

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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

GERMAN BOOKS for Sale. Send S.A.S.E. Gerlinde Pflaumer Yeater, 6770 Runkles Rd., Mount Airy, MD 21771.

FOR SALE MANY Men’s Mags from 1990’s with pictorials of Danni Ashe mint condition, make offer, write only Dale Hilk, 424 East 1st St., Waconia, Mi 55387.

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 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.

AIR TRAILS, AIR News, M.A.N. Flying back issues. Bill Byrd, 114 Deer Path Rd., Williamsburg, VA 23188.

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! COMIC BOOK COLLECTIONS contact me for free appraisals if you wish to sell your comics or just determine current value. Call Ed 215-351-5392, email

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

MARILYN MONROE ORIGINAL Vintage Magazines in nm to mint cond. Also older Sports Magazines from 1930’s & up in nm to mint cond. Boca Rare Gallery, 2180 Fenton Pkwy Unit 105, San Diego, CA 92108-6715. 772-812-2427.

BILLHEADS AT 413-569-2467 FOR SALE LARGE Collection Periodicals early 1920’s through 1960’s. Eunice Gigstead, PO Box 66, Carlock, IL 61725,

AUTHENTIC CELEBRITY AUTOGRAPHS, signed Photographs, Cards, Books and more. Free Catalog. Star Shots, 5389 Bearup St., Port Charlotte, FL 33981, email

FIRST DAY COVERS 12 different Pre-1981 unaddressed with art craft/ artmaster cashets $5 postpaid. Tyler Bastian, 13047 Penn Shop Rd., Mount Airy, MD 21771.

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.

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.

AUTOGRAPHS FOR SALE: FREE bi-monthly list available. Also buying. Mike Hirsch, 11 Philips Mill Dr., Middletown, NJ 07748, 732-787-1202.

STAMPS COINS COLLECTABLES Lou Zeelsdorf 317 E. 8th St. #2 Erie, PA 16503.

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.

70¢ SASE LIST of Bottles, Books, Paper of all types, Postcards, Tradecards, Magazines, Stamps, Coins, Political Pins. Timothy Hart, 20 Matson Rd., Victory, VT 05858.

1970’S CANCELED CREDIT CARDS by Frederick Brisson $5; Irene Dunne $5; Sammy Cahn $10; Eva Gabor $10; Edye Gorme $5; Steve Lawrence $5; Glenn Ford signed $20; Buddy Hackett $5; Martin Ritt $5. 1940’s Rosalind Russell signed business checks $20 each. Contact Harrison 812-280-8629 email 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. Thousands of 8X10” Movie Photos and


10,000’S! ORIGINAL OLDIES records by mail since 1984, 45’s, LPs, 78’s most categories. Send priced want lists w/SASE. Write: George Bickley, 1213 Sonora, Glendale, CA 91201-1425.

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 ONE DOLLAR EACH! Everything on my listing is priced at one dollar each- send two stamps to Greg Pandajis, PO Box 822, Cheshire, CT 06410.

PAPER COLLECTORS: Is Online impersonal; Mailing is waiting; Flea Markets are hit or miss; and Auctions are intimidating? Then visit “Memories ‘N More” and pleasantly browse many boxes of paper. 204 High St., Pottstown, PA 19464. Call 610-970-2123. 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 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,


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.

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

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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

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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.

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

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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. FOR SALE 126 Postcards- 124 are George Washington or George Washington related 11 are tucks contact Warren 860-443-0794 or 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 I HAVE LANCASTER Postcards- New York, Virginia, Illinois, Ohio, Vermont, residential Pennsylvania. Vincent Peterson Jr., 815 Olde Hickory Rd. Apt 215, Lancaster, PA 17601. 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. VINTAGE POSTCARDS U.S., Canada, other foreign 25 for $12; 50 for $18 postpaid. Irene Brockmann, 27 Ward Rd., Hardwick, NJ 07825. 908-362-6730. WOW! FOREIGN POSTCARDS for Sale! Trial 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 612 874-8531 Minneapolis, MN

WANTED: ARMED SERVICES Edition books from World War II. These are small paperback books that were printed for servicemen and are labelled “Armed Services Edition.” New York, NY. email

THOROUGHBRED HORSE RACING Programs, pins, passes, books, older items only. Gary Medeiros, 1319 Sayre St., San Leandro, CA 94579

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.

KEROUAG BOOKS EPHEMERA by and about Ridge Books, 2929 S.E. Ocean Blvd.11608, Stuart, FL 34996- 2803.

WANTED: PRESIDENTIAL & Other Historic Autograph Material. Pages of History, PO Box 2840, Binghamton, NY 13902. 607-724-4983

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.

AUTOMOTIVE MEMORABILIA FROM Bromer Motor Co. and J. Edwin Miller Automobile repair Schwenksville, PA. Roy K. Miller, 320 Centennial St., Schwenksville, PA 19473.

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.

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 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.

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. 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,

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. VENUS SARDONICA PRINTS by American Illustrator Mahlon Blaine (1894-1969) unique mark (no signature) Eduardo Rogano, 3455 Woodhead Dr., Northbook, IL 60062. Email

FRENCH AUTOGRAPH OR French Documents pre-1914 please contact Thanks.

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 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. 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, 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:

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 818-9976496 or fax 818-988-4337.

ONE-ROOM SCHOOLHOUSE POSTCARDS, Photos, Student work wanted by Teacher. Also anything Spanish- American War. Fuhro 90 Meyersville Rd., Gillette, NJ 07933, 908-998-4411. 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.

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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.

FOREIGN PAPER MONEY wanted in any condition and quantity. Same day check. World Wide Notaphilic Service, Box 5427PM, Vallejo, CA 94591

DAKOTA AND SOUTH Dakota images, stereo, postcards, etc. Also ephemera. Robert Kolbe, 1301 S. Duluth Ave., Sioux Falls, SD 57105 email 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 PRE-1940 RADIO & TELEVISION Any paper, catalogs, magazines, advertising. No Approvals Please.

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THE TOMBS, NYC Jail and Prison. Source material wanted of any variety. Books, letters, magazine articles, etc. New York, NY

HORSE RACING PROGRAMS Tickets, Postcards, Tobacco Cards, Books, Pins. Gary Medeiros, 1319 Sayre St., San Leandro, CA 94579, HUNTING/ FISHING MEMORABILIA WantedAdvertising, Calendars, Magazines, Books, Shot Shell Boxes, Posters, Licenses, etc., Call Mike 302-448-6467 or 302-875-9061. 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 TIRED OF EBAY? Sell your Sports Cards and Memorabilia to a Collector. Ken Domonkos 848-448-4709,

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.

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.

WANTED COLLECTIONS & Accumulations of Postcards & Travel Memorabilia: Posters, Brochures, Booklets, Decals, Stickers & Labels, from Airlines, Railroads, Steamships & Hotels, Top Dollar Paid! 561-351-8580.

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, Girlie Pinups, Steel Pier, 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, CATHOLIC HOLY CARDS. Protestant Bible lessons, lace cards, scripture cards, paper icons. Brent Devitt, 35 Hawthorne Glen, Beavercreek, OH 45440. 937-238-0183. 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. ECLECTIC EPHEMERA: FREAKS, Attractions, Fairs, Circus, Carnival, Roadshow, Thrill Driver, B-movie, Wrestling, Rock-n-Roll, Counter Culture, Pinup, Taboo, Race, Photos, Cards, Posters, Mags, Books, etc. Specializing in anything Strange & Bizarre. Bizarre Bazaar, 720 South 5th St., Philadelphia, Pa 19147,

STAMPS COINS COLLECTABLES Lou Zeelsdorf 317 E. 8th St. #2 Erie, PA 16503. 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 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.

WANTED: WEST VIRGINIA small town real photo postcards or stereoviews showing store fronts or street scenes. Don Henderson, 1034 Tallmansville Rd., Buckhannon, WV 26201 Email

LOOKING FOR PHOTO Postcards with Gas Stations and other Gas Station Postcards, call 413-773-7298 or 413-824-6951. 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: ROTOGRAPH POSTCARDS WANTEDBuy, Sell, Trade all series and related materials call or email for list of available postcards, (978)3179234. WANTED POSTCARDS FROM Missouri towns, Salem, Rolla, St. James, Licking Cuba. Montauk and other smaill Missouri towns. Marving Happel, 812 E. Jack, Salem, MO 65560.

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 I AM ALWAYS looking for Mining related Postcards and books. Write with information Robert Fox, 1235 N. Westfield St., Oshkosh, WI 54902. POSTCARD WANTS: CHICKENS- no comics, no Easter; Alaska (ALCAN) Highway (before 1950); Seward, Alaska (before 1964). Lee Poleske, PO Box 871, Seward, AK 99664.

BOOKS AND POSTCARDS relating to Michigan and Wisconsin Copper and Iron Mining. Robert Fox, 1235 N. Westfield Street, Oshkosh, WI 54902

POSTCARDS MISC. VIEWS Philip’s 1 at $15; 3 at $20 ea.; 1 at $30; have Lewis & Clark Expo- 1905 $20 have others, 717-519-6629. Vincent Peterson, 815 Olde Hickory Rd. Apt 215, Lancaster, PA 17601-4956.

NAVAL MILITARY POSTCARDS Pre-WWI to WWII, lots, collections. Donald Zubris, 2911 Lemke Dr., North Tonawanda, NY 14120, 716-692-4570.

WANTED STUDEBAKER POSTCARDS car and truck, factory issued Pre-1959, details and price please, John Arning, 21 North Pearl Street, Port Chester, NY 10573.

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.

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I WILL BUY all old items on Circus, Railroads, Indians, California, state pric & describe. Fast reply & payment. “Collector” 18330 Wards Ferry Rd. SP 29, Sonora, CA 95370.


LOOKING FOR WHALING Ship correspondence and related material, call for details 413-773-7298, 413-824-6951. 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 Have Questions? Call 1-800-428-4211 Or Fax Form To: 717-492-2566 ™


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.

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Advertiser Index Allentown Paper Show LLC . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12 American Philatelic Society . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 Bags Unlimited Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7 Blackburn Auction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19 Cheshiremailers.Com . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8 Collectorama Show Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 Conestoga Auction Company Inc. . . . . . . . . . . .9 Executive Currency . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10 Flamingo Eventz . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 Gottlieb, Alan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12 Granite State Postcard Club . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 Heritage Auction Gallery Movie . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Heritage Auction Gallery Sport . . . . . . . . . . . . .9 Heroes & Legends . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10 Herzog, Daniel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 K.D. Smith Auctions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5

Starstruck: (Continued from page 14)

“soothing” a particular brand could be. Jolene Shoes joined forces with bandleader/caricaturist Xavier Cugat for ads featuring a revolving door of fetching starlets. Art Linkletter pitched vegetables for Green Giant, Abbott and Costello touted Tums, and Ozzie & Harriet shooed away germs with Listerine. Puppeteer Señor Wences drank in the joys of Seagram’s 7, while bandleader Lawrence Welk raised his baton in salute of the 1957 Dodge. Some stars promoted their program sponsors. Bob “Pepsodent” Hope eventually ballyhooed everything from RCA Color TVs to Jolly Time Popcorn. Alfred Hitchcock balefully boosted Bufferin. Hearty vocalist Kate Smith sang the praises of baking with Swan’s Down Cake Flour (“That girl,” whispered one coworker, “has a real sweet tusk”). By the mid-1950s, most stars “selling it” were doing so on TV, often on their own programs and for much more than a Max Factor dollar. Starthemed print ads eventually became the last bastion of oncefamiliar faces. Fortunately, stacks of adladen magazines can still be found at estate and garage

sales; prices run in the $5 to $20 range. If you’re interested only in a single star, a ready-togo ad is an option. Enterprising dealers buy up old magazines and dissect them, selling ads featuring specific performers at $5 to $10. Paging through a magazine of the past is like opening a time capsule of mid-twentieth century popular culture. Let’s riffle through a 1936 issue of Woman’s Home Companion. On our way to the “star ads,” we’re happily waylaid by a wealth of recipes, decorating tips, and short stories. Then, that first ad appears. It’s for Chase & Sanborn Coffee, sponsors of radio’s “Major Bowes’ Original Amateur Hour.” There’s the Major himself and all his newlydiscovered stars, including a vocal quartet, the “Hoboken Four.” Wait a minute. . .who’s that in the spotlight? Why, it’s the group’s lead crooner: skinny, smiling, and soon-to-be-famous Frank Sinatra! In the words of Woodbury Powder, that definitely qualifies as “a bit of stardust magic. . . a flawless, film-star finish.” Donald-Brian Johnson is the co-author of numerous Schiffer books on design and collectibles, including “Postwar Pop,” a collection of his columns. Please address inquiries to:

Lapp, Elan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10 Levine, Howard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 Lincolnway Stamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7 Lyn Knight Auction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10 Metropolitan Postcard Club Of New York City . . .6 National Stereoscope Assoc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8 Peterson, John R. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12 Pflaumer-Yeater, Gerlinde . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 Pulpfest . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 Rac Books . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7 Robert Edward Auctions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10 Unshredded Nostalgia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20 Yesterdays Mail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12 York Postcard Club . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9 Zurko Promotions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12

The Ironclads (Continued from page 13)

Merrimac” and “Virginia Sinking the Cumberland.” Another double-scene, No. 5989, portrayed “Destruction of the Virginia, May 11, 1862” and “Destruction of the Merrimac.” Among Jamestown A&V Co.’s extensive line of postcards for the expo can be found an artist’s rendition of the historic clash. Raphael Tuck & Sons borrowed some of A&V’s illustrations, including “Battle Between the Monitor and Merrimac” for its set with silver backgrounds. Most interesting of all is the set by The Merrimac & Monitor Post Card Co. (Norfolk, Virginia), which was printed by American Colortype Co. from the paintings of C.S. Richards. Originally a set of at least six, surplus stock left over after the expo’s closing was later used to promote Coney Island’s battle recreation sideshow. Illustrated Post Card Co. and Fairchild Co. also published cards about the ships for sale at the Virginia Fair. The Merrimac and Monitor exhibit at the 1909 AlaskaYukon-Pacific Exposition, after its move from the Jamestown Expo, resulted in two cards by E.W. McConnell. In the decade leading up to

the U.S. entry into World War I, quite a few postcards about the historic vessels were sold as part of general, everyday stock. Among the best was “Civil War Scenes. 10 for 10 ct.” by Bosselman, which included a scene of the ironclads. Unsold inventory from the Jamestown Exposition, they were mostly wholesaled to various local firms, such as American Art Works of New Haven, Conn. And thus ends the saga of the Merrimac and Monitor and the many postcards published about them.

The 1909 Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition card by E.W. McConnell promoting the Midway sideshow recreation of the famed battle.

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FEATURING: A lifelong of diversified treasurers & collectables of L.D.’s parents dating back nearly 100 years. LD’s mother was a German war bride of a U.S. soldier, traveled by troop boat & settled in the U.S. in 1948. Selling from a large old 5 bedroom Farmhouse and 3 outbuildings (all full & attics packed). This promises to be an exciting, unique & Historic Auction. Emptying to the bare walls. Most items have been well preserved. EPHEMERA & COLLECTORS ITEMS: 700+ postcards, (Pre & Post) WWI & WWII, German, Foreign, U.S., 3D, & others; War Pictures; Military Documents; Stamps dating back to prewar, Babe Ruth, Girl Scouts; Foreign, U.S.; Pre & Post Wars German, U.S., Foreign Currency & coins; German inflation currency; Magazines; Beatles collect.; Maps; Advertising; Commemorative items; Early German, French, Fairy Tale, History, Literature, Educational, Novel, Cookbooks in hard & paperback; Lg. 78, 33, 331⁄2, 45 album collection - Beatles, M. Jackson, Rock & Roll, Movies, Theatre, Country - (w/ original releases); Hummels, Steiff animals; Toys; Jewelry; A vast amount of Collectable smalls; Plus Tractor; Tools; & Household. NOTE: 2 Auction Rings. Visit - auctioneer #10250 for further information.

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AUCTIONEER: Dean L. Blackburn • 1500 S. St. Rt. 377, Stockport, Ohio 43787 •


Conducted on the Beautiful Hill-Top Farm of 70 plus acres, of L.D. Pennington, 6780 Mercer Rd., Stockport (Morgan Co.). Nestled in the rolling hills of Southeastern Appalachia Ohio.

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