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Old 02-16-2017, 01:31 PM
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I don't mean to be "that guy" but it drives me nuts to see so many posters write "Yeungling." The company is the oldest brewery in America; it is spelled "Yuengling."

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I don't mean to be "that guy" but it drives me nuts to see so many posters write "Yeungling." The company is the oldest brewery in America; it is spelled "Yuengling."
i APPRECIATE the correction!!!

My last name was ALWAYS spelled incorrectly, and I HATED that!!!! I vow to never spell Yuengling incorrectly EVER again - at least I will try!
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Would this be the variation for Harrington's front and back
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Would this be the variation for Harrington's front and back
I believe those are them. Very nice! *and undervalued if you ask me.
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There is a nice Speaker from 1928 Harrington's on BST today if you want to start your run
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Sweetman's are almost impossible compared to the other 3 ice cream issues. A legit Tharp Babe Ruth is tough and much tougher than a Yuengling. Kids used to skin the backs off the Yuenglings and paste a Tharp back on it to get the free gallon of ice cream.

I posted this before (somewhere), but for those who didn't see it, check this out at about the 5:30 mark. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qNuYko_Odt8

Card doctors of the 1920s.
I'm not sure I believe this about the Tharp Babe Ruth, or maybe I just do not fully understand it. I would agree that Sweetman's is the toughest of the ice cream issues, or it was when I collected these years ago. I also see where the scans posted of the back variations for Harrington's in this thread are not listed on Old Cardboard, and are different from those referenced by Rhett for Yuengling earlier.
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There is a nice Speaker from 1928 Harrington's on BST today if you want to start your run
Thanks, Brian!

I was a tad slow on the draw and missed out!
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