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Old 10-10-2017, 10:42 PM
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Tried to post scans of the other 4 baseball players in the set, but kept getting message "Failed to upload". Sorry.
By the way, my understanding is that these were available through the Jack Armstrong radio program sponsored by Wheaties rather than offered on the cereal boxes. The photos of Jack, Betty Fairfield, her brother Billy and uncle Jim prove his connection. There is a perhaps related set of postcard-size photos of Jack, Betty, and the pair with the dog Arrow Champ plus one of Ted Williams (there may be other ballplayers, but I do not have them, nor a copy of the Williams postcard-size, but have seen several for sale over the years).
Thanks for sending these scans over, Bob. Incidentally, they were around 1.8mb each and I think the max our system will resize to fit is approx. 1 MB.
Neat cards/premiums....Are they on thicker card stock and 5 x 7, with glossy fronts ? ....best regards
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Thanks, Leon. I figured it was something beyond my technical expertise.
The photos are indeed 5x7, glossy and on a heavy photo (not card) stock.
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Thanks, Leon. I figured it was something beyond my technical expertise.
The photos are indeed 5x7, glossy and on a heavy photo (not card) stock.
Thanks again for the ID, Bob. It is appreciated. I think at least a few of us (at least me and the seller) looked for a while with nadda.

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I really like that Williams. Cool items.
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Very cool indeed. Thanks for posting the pictures.
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