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Old 03-16-2014, 01:49 PM
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Default Multi-Series, early 1900s strip cards.....

Some of the multi-series strips were pretty cool. Here is one that was in a boxing section of an auction, a couple years back. I remember not seeing it until the end of the auction as sometimes I don't look at other sports. I like the bright colors.. Our own Adam W (hey Adam) has classified this series as W529-8, I believe. Show a multi-series set strip card if you so desire!!

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Leon, very cool item. At different times I owned a copy of the Groh and Walter Johnson cards from that strip before but didn't know the source.
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Leon, very cool item.
+1 really cool item Leon; thanks for sharing.
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W513s fit the "bell" too..

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