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Old 01-29-2018, 12:55 PM
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Default Just because we don't have a joke answer yet...

These cards.

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1914 Cracker Jack Mathewson.
Who is Jack Mathewson and what is the 1914 Cracker Set?




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Who is Jack Mathewson and what is the 1914 Cracker Set?




It has REALLY REALLY white borders...
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Well played.
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Oxford Confectionery Burleigh Grimes. Mark my words.
Okay, I'll bite.......why this particular card?
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Okay, I'll bite.......why this particular card?
It was meant to be a joke actually, but as I'm now explaining that, apparently not a very good one.
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It was meant to be a joke actually, but as I'm now explaining that, apparently not a very good one.
Dang, I thought my post with the W9316 cards was the only joke answer. Now I will have to stew quietly in the corner, with the only sounds being the cracking of my knuckles.

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It was meant to be a joke actually, but as I'm now explaining that, apparently not a very good one.
I figured it was a joke but, you never know. Thought you might know something the rest of us didn't!
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I figured it was a joke but, you never know. Thought you might know something the rest of us didn't!
I might, but I'm not giving out those answers for free, just the fake ones.
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Most likely something from the 1920s - some great sets out there not as well known - strip cards, candy and odd ball types

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