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Old 09-16-2018, 12:23 PM
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Anyone seen these Detroit 4 1/2 x 6 3/4?

Reserved by the Curtis Adv. Co Detroit, Thick cardboard Material, I have seen them in a book. Can't locate my book right now.

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Collecting Detroit 19th Century N172, N173, N175.

Positive transactions with Joe G, Jay Miller, CTANK80, BIGFISH, MGHPRO, k. DIXON, LEON, INSIDETHEWRAPPER, GOCUBSGO32, Steve Suckow, RAINIER2004, Ben Yourg, GNAZ01, yanksrnice09, cmiz5290

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I've seen these for sale in the past but I don't know the name of the cards or set they came from.
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Default Advertising calendar tops 1909 The Curtis Advertising Company

Hi Joe,

Check out pages 252 & 253 in "Baseball Treasures Memorabilia from the National Pastime." Great book by Douglas Congdon-Martin & John Kashmanian.

Pages show Advertising Calendar tops with Bill Donovan, Donnie Bush, Sam Crawford, and Manager Jennings.

These calendar tops promoted Hyatt Roller Bearings.

Patrick
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Hi Joe,

Check out pages 252 & 253 in "Baseball Treasures Memorabilia from the National Pastime." Great book by Douglas Congdon-Martin & John Kashmanian.

Pages show Advertising Calendar tops with Bill Donovan, Donnie Bush, Sam Crawford, and Manager Jennings.

These calendar tops promoted Hyatt Roller Bearings.

Patrick
Thanks Patrick, I do have that book but can't locate it right now. I contacted the author a couple of years ago. He is the only one that I found who has these cards/Calendar tops.

Joe
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Collecting Detroit 19th Century N172, N173, N175.

Positive transactions with Joe G, Jay Miller, CTANK80, BIGFISH, MGHPRO, k. DIXON, LEON, INSIDETHEWRAPPER, GOCUBSGO32, Steve Suckow, RAINIER2004, Ben Yourg, GNAZ01, yanksrnice09, cmiz5290
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I purchase 3 of these along with 6 Detroit Wolverine Postcards on Ebay about 20 years ago in one lot. Jennings, Bush and Donovan Interesting with the Red "D" and Red belt.

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Collecting Detroit 19th Century N172, N173, N175.

Positive transactions with Joe G, Jay Miller, CTANK80, BIGFISH, MGHPRO, k. DIXON, LEON, INSIDETHEWRAPPER, GOCUBSGO32, Steve Suckow, RAINIER2004, Ben Yourg, GNAZ01, yanksrnice09, cmiz5290
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When this was first posted I knew I had seen the image before. It's a distinct coloring. But like others I don't remember exactly where. Probably in an old hobby publication over the years. They are neat!

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Anyone seen these Detroit 4 1/2 x 6 3/4?

Reserved by the Curtis Adv. Co Detroit, Thick cardboard Material, I have seen them in a book. Can't locate my book right now.

Thanks joe
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Hi Leon, I did post these on here before, just checking to see if anyone had any or seen them before.

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Collecting Detroit 19th Century N172, N173, N175.

Positive transactions with Joe G, Jay Miller, CTANK80, BIGFISH, MGHPRO, k. DIXON, LEON, INSIDETHEWRAPPER, GOCUBSGO32, Steve Suckow, RAINIER2004, Ben Yourg, GNAZ01, yanksrnice09, cmiz5290
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