VOL. 39 NO. 1
Czech Travel Posters On View From The Lowry Collection
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London After Midnight (MGM, 1927). FFrankenstein anke kens nste teiin (Universal, (Un Univ iver ersa sall 1931). 193 931) 1) One Sheet (27" X 41"). TThree Sheet (41" X 78.5") Style C. The All-Time Highest Auction Price SSold For: $358,500 | March 2015 Realized for any Movie Poster! Sold For: $478,000 | November 2014
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Gilda (Columbia, 1946). One Sheet (27.5" X 41") Style B. Sold For: $77,675 | March 2014
The Maltese The Malt ltes ese Falcon Falc lcon o (Warner Brothers, 1941). Six Sheet (80.5" X 80"). Sold For: $191,200 | March 2015
The Wizard of Oz (MGM, 1939). One Sheet (27" X 41") Style D. Sold For: $65,725 | March 2015
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In this issue, contributing author Larry Balawender gives us an account of historical fiction writer Joseph Altsheler’s work. His books were among the most popular juvenile fiction in the first quarter of the 20th century. Written in series, such as the Young Trailer series, Civil War series, and Great West series, the work still resonates with young children today who are interested in early exploration and wilderness adventure. Also featured is an exhibition of Czech travel posters that was mounted by Nicholas Lowry of Swann Auction Galleries, along with his father, George, at the National Czech and Slovak Museum and Library in Iowa. These artistically graphic posters were used to advertise and promote tourism both inside and outside the Eastern European country. Of course, there is much more, including information on numerous shows, auctions, and exhibitions. Until next time, enjoy!
INSIDE THIS ISSUE Czech Travel Posters On View From The Lowry Collection . . . . . . . . . . . .4 Calendar Of Events . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 Remembering Author Joseph A. Altsheler . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 Early Travel Posters Go Far At Swann Galleries’ Auction . . . . . . . .11 Classified Marketplace . . . . . . . . . .13 Advertiser Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15
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Calendar Of Events CONNECTICUT JANUARY 07,8, (PAPERMANIA- ANTIQUE PAPER, ADVERTISING & PHOTOGRAPHY) XL Center, Hartford, 860-563-9975, 860-5292234. MARCH 17-19, (EPHEMERA) Hyatt Regency Hotel, 1800 E. Putnam Ave., Old Greenwich, CT 781-862-4039.
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The exhibition “Czech Travel Posters from the Lowry Collection” will be on view until Sunday, March 5, 2017, at the National Czech and Slovak Museum and Library in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. George and Nicholas Lowry are fatherson collectors of travel posters within the Czech lands. Viewers of PBS’s “Antiques Roadshow” will recognize Nicholas Lowry as a regularly appearing expert. George Lowry was born in Czechoslovakia, escaping on the eve of World War II and Hitler’s occupation of the country. The father and son own Swann Auction Galleries in New York City. Founded in 1941, Swann is the largest auctioneer of works on paper in the world, dealing with items ranging from books to photographs to posters. At over 1,000 works, the family owns the largest collection of Czech posters in the world outside the Czech Republic. The collection grew over the last 25 years out of the family’s Czech origins and George and Nicholas’s mutual passion for the images. Curated by Nicholas, “Czech Travel Posters from the Lowry Collection” showcases 43 travel posters that span several decades, many of them being exhibited for the first time. For a small country, Czechoslovakia produced a
large number of posters, owing to a combination of the country’s rich artistic legacy and strong economic climate. The travel posters are a unique form of advertising showcasing the beauty, intrigue, and architecture of the Czech lands, sometimes urging tourists (in German, English or French) to visit such wonders in Czechoslovakia as Brno or Kutna Hora. Other posters extol the sporting opportunities in Czechoslovakia, such as golf or skiing. A few are in Czech, printed to promote internal tourism and travel. National Czech and Slovak Museum and Library The National Czech and Slovak Museum and Library in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, is a museum that celebrates life Czech life, Slovak life and American life. The museum seeks to inspire people from every background to connect to Czech and Slovak history and culture. Through exhibitions and experiences, the museum tells stories of freedom and identity, family and community, human rights and dignity, connecting yesterday with today and tomorrow. The museum honors those who immigrated to America and worked hard, contributing their skills and vision to the formation of our nation. For more information, call 319-362-8500 or visit www.ncsml.org.
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Remembering Author Joseph A. Altsheler By Larry Balawender
I was born and raised in Wilkes-Barre, Pa., which is in the Wyoming Valley surrounded by the Pocono Mountains. During my early teenage years, I found adventure following mountain trails, climbing small cliffs and drinking from small, pure streams amid pines and hardwoods and occasionally being jolted back into reality by the flight of a Ruffed Grouse. My adventures were enhanced by reading books by Joseph A. Altsheler. My brother had one of his books, “The Lords of the Wild,” which was one of six in
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Joseph A. Altsheler Wilkes-Barre. Other memorable titles which are not in a series are “Horsemen of the Plains,” which ranks high on my favorites list, as well as “Wilderness Road” and “Quest of the Four.” My favorite still remains the French and Indian War series. I have collected all of them, some first editions, which are getting harder to find. I still have my first Altsheler book, “The Lords of the Wild,” and still enjoy reading it from time to time while realizing my brother was right you can almost smell the woods when reading a book by Altsheler.
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ordeal, Altsheler experienced ill health, from which he never recovered. He died on June 5, 1919. For many years, I collected his books, primarily the French and Indian War series and the Young Trailers series. In “Scouts of the Valley” from the Young Trailers series, Altsheler describes the Wyoming massacre of 1778, when the British along with Iroquois Indian allies attacked and killed many colonists in their path of plunder. The site of the massacre at Wyoming is roughly five miles up the Susquehanna River from my hometown of
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Swann Galleries’ Oct. 27 sale of Rare and Important Travel Posters set at least 10 auction records. The selection reflected the rapidly changing technology and styles that epitomized the beginning of the 20th century. The top lot was an example of Paul George Lawler’s iconic “Fly to South Sea Isles / Via Pan American,” circa 1938, which set an auction record for the artist at $20,000. The image, a variant with text rarely found at auction, features a massive “flying boat.” Another example of early aviation advertising is Jupp Wiertz’ “2 Days to Europe / Hamburg – American Line,” 1936, which depicts a zeppelin hovering near the Empire State Building; this moody poster sold for $10,000. In a similar vein, an early airline advertisement for “Imperial Airways / The ‘Silver Wing’ De Luxe,” by Charles C. Dickson, circa 1927, shows a passenger sticking her hand out of the airborne plane to wave at a friend on the earth. The charming reminder of just how strange it is to fly sold for $11,875, an auction record for the artist. Another record was set for Frederic Kimball Mizen’s “Fifth Avenue – New York / The World’s Greatest Shopping Street,” 1932, which sold for $6,250. The price nearly doubled the previous record, set by Swann in 1999–the only other time this rare poster has been seen at auction. Other notable lots include Percival Albert Trompf’s “Australia,” 1929. A view of the scenery and fashions at Bondi Beach and one of the first posters commissioned by the Australian National Travel Association, the poster sold to a
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FOR SALE SUBARU SERVICE MANUALS 2001 Legacy/ Outback complete set 10 volumes, clean, intact, odor free, essential reference guide $195. Paul Fiumara, 8394 Curiosity Ct., Walkersville, MD 21793-7845, 301-845-8393, email@example.com
BOOKS ON EUROPEAN and Asian Royalty. Free price list. Lee Poleske, PO Box 871, Seward, AK 99664. HISTORY OF CITIES Old Town, Glen Ellyn Illinois 1928, Widber Pennsylvania 1897 1997, (two) one signed, Ashland Kentucky 1786 1954, Fred 330-689-0292 after 5.
BOOKS FOR SALE of Yearbooks, Collectibles, Coin Books, Sports Books, also misc. books. LSASE gets list. 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. 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 PAPERBACK CATALOG 40+ pages 1,800+ very good to about fine Dective, SF, Sleaze, send $1 to Weathertop Paper, 1910 S. Westhaven Dr., Oshkosh, WI 54904. PAPERBACKS FOR COLLECTORS and Readers. All genres. Low prices. Free lists. Cris Kocher, Books, 534 Meigs St., Athens, GA 30601. 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.
COMIC BOOKS FOR SALE, 50,000+ 1940’s1970’s Movie, TV, Heroes, Westerns, Classics, Humor, Romance, Horror, Sci-Fi, Cartoon & all others. Wide selection, accurate grading, reasonable proces. Request 64 page “Old Comics” catalog with $4 (outside US $11). MightyMags.com PO Box 22916, St. Petersburg, FL 33742 or view online MightyMags.com
ADULT GIRLIE MAGS. Private collection spanning 50’s - present. Many titles, Celebrities, Ginger Lynn, Seka, & others 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
1950’S MOVIE STAR Magazines, also Elvis and ohers LPs. List favorite stars, singers, groups. Anna Labbate, 63 Oxholm Ave., Staten Island, NY 10301, email@example.com
COMPLETE SET (16 MAGS.) Superman in radio 1941-1942 copyr. Superman Inc. 3 pics. each issue. Ross 701-757-1117 or firstname.lastname@example.org $400 ppd.
MAGAZINES FOR SALE, 15,000+ Monster Movie, Sci-Fi, Horror, Satire, Cult TV, Fanzines & more. Large selection, accurate grading, reasonable prices. Request 28 page “Magazine” catalog with $3 (outside US $9). MightyMags.Com PO Box 22916, St. Petersburg, FL 33742 or view online MightyMags.Com
SATURDAY EVENING POST large lot from 1940’s & 1950’s, call 954-803-7544. WANTED JOHN DEERE page Ads. Richard Van Gosen, PO Box 44, Street, MD 211540050. 410-836-0466.
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CAR AND TRUCK Ads from old magazines. Clean and reasonable. Carl King, 59 Adams Ave., Everett, MA 02149, or call 617-387-1826.
CALENDAR COLLECTION 20 yrs. of collecting antique tractors, classic cars, cowboy/ western scenes. 100 calendars for $100. Call 361-550-5488. WANTED MINNEAPOLIS AND St. Louis Railroad Calendars M&STL. Ron Deming, Box 207, Franklin, MINN 55333, 507-557-2194.
68¢ SASE FOR A List of all types paper, magazines, coins, stamps, postcards, bottles, trade cards, marbles, books, Timothy Hart, 20 Masten Rd., Victory, VT 05858. ALMANACS 1800’S $10. Proof Sets $7. Old Calendars 1950 $10. Gene White, 1586 Lloyd White Rd., Clover, SC 29710. 803-222-9713. ANY REASONABLE OFFER: Sent on approval; Misc. Paper Collectibles: Movie, TV, Sports, Transportation, Books, Magazines, Ads. Joe Garland, PO Box 670, Vista, CA 92085-0670. EPHEMERA SALE INVENTORY reduction S.H. Jemik PO Box 753, Bowie, MD 20718 send stamp for list over 100 lots.
BOBSNONSPORTS.COM NO BUYERS premium, also coins, auction bid email email@example.com call 215-822-1834, on website go to Bob’s cormer. Mail bids to Bob Osifchin, 108 Cornwall Dr., Chalfont, PA 18914 BUYING AND SELLING Non-Sport cards, call 215-822-1834 all conditions wanted from poor to mint, also check my auction ad “Bob Osifchin”
STEEL ENGRAVINGS COLLECTIONS “1850’s” Presidents, Signers, Supreme Court, Civil War, Authors, Cabinet, Revolutionary, Europe. Ready to frame. Cheap! Want Lists! Odlaw Sellers, Grafton, MA 01519.
FREE LISTS! FREQUENT Mail Auctions for Collectors/ Dealers. Paper, Miscellaneous Collectibles, Auctions since 1987. $1 Minimum Bids! Mike Baeten, 511 Nathan Dr., De Pere, WI 54115, email firstname.lastname@example.org HOLLYWOOD, MILITARY, SPORTS, VINTAGE HOLLYWOOD WWII SPORTS, MAGAZINES, BOOKS, SPECIFY INTEREST, JOHN COLE, 813-331-3285 DAYTIME ONLY, OR WRITE 5429 SANDY SHELL DR., APOLLO BEACH, FL 33572. LOOKING FOR MAP, Adv. and Print Dealers to Wholesale quality Pre-1890 Maps. Pre-1940 Magazine Ads, Pre1910’s Natural History Prints, Pre-1920 USA Art Illustrators such as Homer, Parrish, Humphrey, Rockwell, Leyendecker etc. Pre-1950 original mint can & crate labels, quality good condition offered only at wholesale. send wants to email@example.com
LARGEST STOCK OF Original Movie Posters, Lobby Card and Stills in the United States for sale- 200,000 Posters and 500,000 Photos, 440-256-3660 Kirtland, Ohio 44094.
SEND POSTAGE STAMP for Inventory reduction sale paper americana and ephemera. S.H. Jemik, PO Box 753, Bowie, MD 20718-0753.
EARLY VARIETY ADVERTISING Trade Cards over 120 late 1800’s early 1900’s $200 postpaid, also multiple lots old magazines, ephemera, etc. S.A.S.E. for listing, George 610-970-2123.
VINTAGE MOVIE STILLS 1910’s-1940’s Classics, Disney. M.Monroe, H.Bogart, W.C.Fields, O.Wells, J.Crawford, M.Pickford, L.Barrymore, J.Garland. Cheap! Autographs too! Want Lists? Odlaw Sellers, Grafton, MA 01519.
SEND YOUR WANT List Today! Mail Approvals, Discounts, also: check out our Ebay Store- outweststV since 1976. Steve Schmale, 6303 Thornburgh Ct., Foresthill, CA 95631.
AUTOGRAPH COLLECTION CLEARANCE Vintage Hollywood, Sports, Political, Music, Cartoonists, Military, Playbills, Authors, Movie Stills and Steel Engravings too! Want Lists? Odlaw Sellers, Grafton, MA 01519.
THE “RED BOOK”. A guide book f U.S. Coins, all years available from 1947 to 1992. Ray Drapeau, 1 Polk Ave., Portsmouth, NH 03801.
AUTOGRAPHS FOR SALE: FREE bi-monthly list available. Also buying. Mike Hirsch, 11 Philips Mill Dr., Middletown, NJ 07748, 732-787-1202. FREE CATALOG FROM Heroes & Legends for Hollywood and Rock & Roll autographs. 18034 Ventura Blvd., Encino, CA 91316. We also buy! 818-342-2800. FREE MONTHLY CATALOG of Authentic Entertainment Autographs, 10% discount on first order, call Starshots at 941-697-6935, email firstname.lastname@example.org write Star Shows, 5389 Bearup St., Port Charlotte, FL 33981.
BILL PURDOM’S BEAUTIFUL H.O.F. Lithos. Billy Williams $95. H.O.F. $75. Feller $95. S.A.E. for List. Em*Velopes/ Rick Herman, Box 103, Island Park, NY 11558.
STAMPS COINS COLLECTABLES Lou Zeelsdorf 317 E. 8th St. #2 Erie, PA 16503.
CLOSEOUT: OVER 90 Boxes of photo postcards. Selling 1 or all. Also available over 20 binders of historical covers & paper. Unique sports collectibles, new & vintage sports cards. Call Goldy’s Sports Collectibles, 3338 Route 9 South, Freehold, NJ 07728, 732-4094944.
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.
POSTCARD APPROVALS FOR Sale have Views, Greetings, Topicals. Send wants to Robert Page, 25 Lexington Ave. Brattleboro, VT 05301. WANTED TITUSVILLE, FL Postcards and Auction Cards or Posters. Cliff Shuler Auctioneer, 422 Julia St., Titusville, FL 32796. WE’VE GOT IT! Vintage real photos, artist-signed, military, USA & foreign views, greetings and lots more. Buying & selling postcards. Visit us at www.atticheritage.com.
WANTED OLD COMIC BOOKS Wanted Pre-1965, top dollar, Comic Art Foundation, Box 1414, Oklahoma city, OK 73101, 405-236-5303, email email@example.com
WANTED 1930’S POPEYE. Jim Eyler, 400 S. Main St., Elmer, NJ 08318.
VINTAGE 1920’S, 1930’S Movie Magazines, must be in excellent condition. Please send color copies of Covers. John Diesso, 224 Union St., Schenectady, NY 12305, call 518-374-2328.
BUYING VINTAGE SPORTS Programs from all sports. Also buying Ticket Stubs. Contact Kurt Backhaus 713-672-2793 firstname.lastname@example.org
BOATING THOMPSON WOODEN Boats late 1950’s, early 1960’s. Magazine photos, original photos, reply to RL Dorsheimer, 73 Commonwealth Ave., Dedham, MA 02026 email email@example.com INTERNATIONAL STUDIO, CONNOISSEUR, All Years thru Fifties, Gilbert 561-735-9839.
1940’S TRIMPERS SALTWATER Taffy Box N.O.S. slight wear $20 ppd, 5623 Mountville Rd., Adamstown, MD 21710, 301-717-5058, firstname.lastname@example.org
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. WANTED ORIGINAL ARTIST signed Paintings Illustration Art Salesman Sample Books Thomas D Murphy; Brown & Bigelow; Osborne Co., email email@example.com call 702-839-9999 or write Wendy Hoffman, 5233 Sandy Cactus Ln., Las Vegas, NV 89149.
AUTOGRAPHS BOUGH SOLD in all fields, signed books guaranteed genuine, dealer since 1967. Stephen Koschal, 7155 Sand Crest View, Colorado Springs, CO 80923, www.stephenkoschal.com WANTED: PRESIDENTIAL & Other Historic Autograph Material. Pages of History, PO Box 2840, Binghamton, NY 13902. 607-724-4983
FORD 1928-1934 CAR - TRUCK Ads magazine or newspaper. Sales literature, catalogs, manuals, mailers, letterheads, posters, signs, photos, body, accessory, speed etc. Jordon 630-816-1932 firstname.lastname@example.org
WANTED BREWERY POSTCARDS, covers, trade cards, labels, letter heads, posters, etc. older the better, call Gary 814-4371044.
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 email@example.com 702-839-9999. WANTED OLD CALENDARS. Jacob Fisher, 3230-A E. Gordon Rd., Gordonville, PA 17529-9549, 717-768-0031
Top Prices Paid for SATURDAY EVENING POSTcollections, all size lots, etc. Call 954-803-7544 “We reimburse shipping charges”.
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.
WANTED BOYS LIFE Magazineswill pay $25 for Aug. 1975 issue, good condition, David Rhys, 995 S. Lorraine Rd. Apt. 2E, Wheaton, IL 60189, firstname.lastname@example.org
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
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.
NON-SPORTS CARDS 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 firstname.lastname@example.org
AM LOOKING FOR Christmas Catalogs from the WWII years 1941-1945 in fair or better condition. Dale L. Hilk, 424 E. 1st St., Wacconia, MN 55387.
TRADE AND SELL Israel, UN and Worldwide Stamps, Postcards and Cacheted FDCs for your surplus stamps or FDCs. Send and will return 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 818-997-6496 or fax 818-988-4337.
LOOKING FOR ANYTHING and everything on Warren Publishing Company, Captain Company, and Jim Warren. Write to James Warren, 25 Washington Lane, Wyncote, PA 19095. WANTED BY COLLECTOR: Any letter or document pertaining to the seats in a synagogue. Please contact Barney W. Hill, telephone 336-476-6849. 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.
ARCADE CARDS WANTED: Barbara Britton, Joanne Dru, and Gail Russell. David Anderson, 1843 W. Lunt Ave., Chicago, IL 60626. MOVIE POSTERS, LOBBY Cards bought & sold, 1900-1980’s, immediate cash available. Sam Sarowitz, 239 Centre St. New York, NY 10013, 212-226-2207, Fax 212-226-2102, Email firstname.lastname@example.org www.posteritati.com
DUE DILIGENCE GIVEN to all old money, paper, coins, U.S., Foreign, old currency a plus, email@example.com Maple City Coin, Box 47, Monmouth, IL 61462. FOREIGN PAPER MONEY wanted in any condition and quantity. Same day check. World Wide Notaphilic Service, Box 5427PM, Vallejo, CA 94591
ANY EPHEMERA RELATED to Chess including photographs, autographs, envelopes, etc. Lewis Kellert MD, 7421 Hawkins Creamery Rd., Gaithersburg, MD 20882, 301-873-8473 firstname.lastname@example.org 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.
TICKETS & PASSES. U.S. Pre-1930 from Trolley, Railroad, Ferry, Bridges, Horsecar, Omnibus, Stagecoach, etc. Dan Benice, PO Box 5708, Cary, NC 27512. Also email: email@example.com
I WANT OLD Baseball Cards; Football Cards; Hockey Cards; Pennant, buy old memorabilia, highest price paid. Write: Stan Block, 128 Cynthia Rd, Newton, MA 02459. 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, firstname.lastname@example.org
BUYING SHEET MUSIC Collections contact Kevin Lanagan 410-965-0544 email@example.com
WANTED THOROUGHBRED HORSE Racing Programs, Passes, Cigar Labels, Postcards, Tobacco Cards, older items, Gary Medeiros, 1319 Sayre San Leandro, CA 94579, firstname.lastname@example.org
WANTED CHICAGO TRIBUNE will pay $25 for Aug. 31, 1999, good condition, complete paper, no ad circulars, David Rhys, 995 S. Lorraine Rd. Apt. 2E, Wheaton, IL 60189, email@example.com
STATE HUNTING/ FISHING Stamps. Pay up to $5 plus each. No tears, creases or tape stains. Check by return mail. John Marquardt, 609 Woodridge Dr., Columbia Missouri, 573-474-7254.
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WANTED COLLECTIONS & Accumulations of Postcards & Travel Memorabilia: Posters, Brochures, Booklets, Decals, Stickers & Labels, from Airlines, Railroads, Steamships & Hotels, Top Dollar Paid! firstname.lastname@example.org 561-351-8580.
ANYTHING Crime Related- Good Guys, Bad Guys, Outlaws, Lawmen, Autographs, Photos, Letters, Documents, etc. LT.. Tal Kanigher (retired), 1847 N. Fairview St, Burbank, CA 91505. AUTOGRAPHS, BANNERS, POLITICAL pins, leathers, baseball cards, sports memorabilia music, comics, wanted. Highest price paid. Write: Stan Block, 128 Cynthia Rd, Newton, MA 02459. CATHOLIC HOLY CARDS. Protestant Bible lessons, lace cards, scripture cards, paper icons. Brent Devitt, 35 Hawthorne Glen, Beavercreek, OH 45440. 937-238-0183. Email email@example.com 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. IF YOU COLLECT Matches please contact me Joe De Gennaro, firstname.lastname@example.org 212-876-1730, Matchcover Collecting is a Matchless Hobby. MAGIC LANTERN SHOWS, Stereopticon Shows, Illustrated Lectures, etc. Broadsides, Programs, Advertising, American only. Terry Borton, 860-345-2574 American Magic Lantern Theater. email@example.com “PRIVATE” PARTY BUYS Old Maps, also Antiuqe Paper items. Fast Reply! Price & describe “Collector” 18330 Wards Ferry Rd Sp.29, Sonora, CA 95370, Fast payment also. TEACHER MEMORABILIA WANTED, Pre1940 photos, documents, postcards, other public school ephemera. Send to: common School, Box 20, Old Saybrook, CT 06475.
WANTED: NATIONAL MOTOR VEHICLE CO. Indianapolis, IN (1900-1924). And early auto racing, CASE, STUTZ, INDY 500 1900-1917. Cars, parts, postcards, photos, information, sales literature, magazine articles & ads, newspapers, souveniers... anything. June 17, 1911 & June 15, 1912 Colliers mags., 19001917 THE BOSCH NEWS pamphlets. Charles Test, Minneapolis, MN firstname.lastname@example.org Chuckstoyland.com 612-874-8531.
COLLECTABLES BOUGHT - SOLD any and all, write me maybe we can do business. Lou Zeelsdorf, 317 E. 8th St., Erie, PA 16503-1103. Won’t cost you anything postage repaid. 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
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. DISABILITY RELATED POSTCARDS and other paper. Also superior real photo postcards. Bob Bogdan email@example.com 802-9482664 157 Stevens Orchard Rd., Orwell, VT 05760. PERSONALIZED APPROVALS AVAILABLE. U.S., Vintage, Modern, Linen. Lots of 25 to 100 of certain states, holidays, topicals. Sitomer, 16357 Chatsworth St., Granada hills, CA 91344.
BARRINGTON, ILLINOIS POSTCARDS and real photos. Send xerox copy and price. Ken Munson, Post Office Box 616, Wyandotte, MI 48192
Hillcrest Promotions LLC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7 L. Johnson Promotions, Ltd. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8 L. Johnson Promotions, Ltd. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 Lindy’s Treasures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7 Marcotrigiano, Larry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16 Morlatton Postcard Club . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 New England Antique Shows . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10 Singerly Fire Company . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 Unshredded Nostalgia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5
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: firstname.lastname@example.org
NORTH DAKOTA ITEMS for Resale Postcards, Calendars, Books, Advertising. Spangler, 528 2nd Ave. N.W, Jamestown, ND 58401, 701-252-8458.
WANTED POSTCARDS OF Marble Dale New Preston, Conn. Garth Collins, PO Box 2045, Marble Dale, CT 0677, 860-8682568.
NYC LUMITON POSTCARDS 1933-1934; World’s Fair: Chicago 1939-1940; NYC 1939-1940; San Francisco 1962; Seattle 1964-1965 and World’s Fair NYC ephemera. Dan Pisark, 2232 Brighna St 6K, Brooklyn, NY 11229. 718-891-0796.
I AM ALWAYS looking for Mining related Postcards and books. Write with information Robert Fox, 1235 N. Westfield St., Oshkosh, WI 54902.
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