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Old 11-19-2006, 08:13 PM
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Default Possible link: Max Stein Postcards and Pinkerton Postcards?

Posted By: Patrick McMenemy

Earlier this year I sold my Chief Meyers Pinkerton Postcard because I wanted a fancier Max Stein Chief Meyers Postcard. I knew that they used a similar catching pose but the Max Stein had the more attractive labeling/lettering on the front as well as an ornate back.

Due to a trade with another board member, my Max Stein Chief Meyers Postcard arrived today. The pose is identical to the one used on the Pinkerton Postcard. The Max Stein is more black and white compared to the sepia colored Pinkerton version. Both sets are also known for having off-centered images where the borders are rarely centered.

Perhaps there is a link between the sets?
Perhaps a similar situation as the Sepia Postcard set and the Novelty Cutlery set?

Any thoughts?

Here is the scan of the Chief Meyers Postcard. (Perhaps Jeff can post the Pinkerton so that we can see both isses.)


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