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    Thumbs up Vintage cards galore

    Well I just typed out my post but I think it dissappeared into la-la land. Lets try again: So here's my little post for the day. Has anyone been using this new vintage collecting resource?:

    www.oldcardboard.com

    400+ sets are showcased on the site pages. Just click on "R-cards" and you get images, sizes, descriptions, etc of all pre-war candy cards. It's all FREE for use, no login stuff required.

    GREAT FIND for vintage collectors! Enjoy

    brett

    PS no cards are for sale on the site. Strictly an information resource...

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    That site was of some help. It told me what a card I bought at an estate sell was. Oldest card I own now. Not in very good shape but it is old.

    1909 E92

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    Originally posted by Bill723
    That site was of some help. It told me what a card I bought at an estate sell was. Oldest card I own now. Not in very good shape but it is old.

    1909 E92
    holy crap! 1909?

    do you have a scan of it? would love to see the design

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