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1937 Gutzon Borglum Signed Postcard? - Postcardsin Postcards
WWII Japanese Peso Serial Number #87? - Military and Wartimein Military and Wart…
1940s Original Comic Art - Paperin Paper
1945 USSBS Interview w/ Hermann Goering - Military and Wartimein Military and Wart…
unknown wwii plane - Military and Wartimein Military and Wart…
Korean War Soldier Art? - Military and Wartimein Military and Wart…
1880s US Grant Funeral Foldout? - Paperin Paper
Antique Tintype of Man Holding Something - Photographsin Photographs
Civil War Era? Trade Card - Advertisingin Advertising
1935 "Hitler For World Peace" Newspaper - Paperin Paper


  1. But it seems strange that rather than type im a few words on Google a poster would continuously post similar items asking for others to do research. Yes, anyone can post asking for help and many are n...
  2. Aghcollect, I think we all know that many people post items that could be identified with a quick search. But the point here is that this single poster is posting hundreds of items that can easily b...
  3. Thanks Sean68
  4. I don't think I'm alone in saying the flood of "mysterious" stamp posts is becoming quite annoying when all of them could be researched in under a minute on eBay, a stamp site, or Google. There's 3 gr...
  5. I did not think about that. I may email back offering to let them use a scan of the photo and ask if they could find any more information on Taft's visit.
  6. I would have as well and I actually cannot locate the Wikipedia page on George H Clapp or any other identified photo of him online. And no, unfortunately, they were not able to provide any informatio...
  7. I just received an answer from the Carnegie-Mellon library. They believe the man seated in the fourth chair back on the far right is George H Clapp. They based the identification on the Wikipedia phot...
  8. Thanks Scottvez, I just sent it out to JSA so in about a month I will let you know the results!
  9. Thanks Sean68, vetraio50, and walksoftly
  10. Thanks aghcollect
  11. That's what I was thinking but I was thrown off by the different uniforms and because they're holding plates.
  12. Vetraio50, I think the name is Joseph W Smith and according to the stone he died in 1893.
  13. Phil, I love any old photos where the homes are decorated to the 9's no matternwhat the event. I'm just wondering what the even here is since the memorial has nothing to do with anyone important. The...
  14. Thanks vetraio50 I didn't even think of contacting them.
  15. Not much value considering its a mass produced collectible piece less than two decades old.
  16. Thanks fhrjr2 I researched it and I found that you are right about it being a series number: "On the one peso notes only, blocks 80 - 87 had no serial numbers (they were produced in haste after the Am...
  17. Thanks everyone!
  18. Thanks Sean!
  19. Thanks Windwalker
  20. Thanks blunderbuss2
  21. Thanks petey
  22. Its a vintage fantasy piece.
  23. Hows the store going?
  24. Thanks, I just emailed them.
  25. Thanks. I haven't found their website yet but I'm looking.
  26. Thanks I wasn't sure if it was something made as a momento later on or something actually from the war period.
  27. Thanks fhrjr2
  28. Thanks blunderbuss2
  29. Thanks Scott. There were other African American cards in the album but I have hundreds to go through right now.
  30. Thanks Scott. Many cards in the album were from he 1870s to 1880s so I'm thinking maybe early 1880s.
  31. I recently just bought the same trade card but its in an album. The album is falling apart and I was wondering if anyone on here might know of a safe way to remove them.
  32. As far as I know from internet searches this is the only newspaper from that time with that headline.
  33. Thank you zguy2112. Out of the 50 or so issues this is my favorite.
  34. Thanks everyone for the loves. Zguy2112 I found this in a stack of American Socialist League newspapers.
  35. I agree blunderbuss2
  36. Thank you both for comments and militarist, sadly that is most often true today.
  37. Blunderbuss, yes its surprising that even a pro-Nazi newspaper would print a headline like that in America.
  38. I don't see an error in the photographs.
  39. You're welcome Scott. You have many amazing items posted on here and this is exactly the kind of item that I would collect.
  41. You're welcome. According to an online source he was a sergeant at Lexington as well as a shoe maker.
  42. I am not sure if you have found this info already but his father, Joseph Bancroft, was a lieutenant in the Revolutionary War.
  43. Thanks hulalady56
  44. He was released from the POW camp in September 1944 and this uniform is dated October 6, 1944.
  45. I didn't find much more than you on his military career other than him being a doctor in a German POW camp and learning to speak German. I got it from someone who buys a lot of stuff at auction.
  46. Yes I can't understand it either. If you Google his name there is a lot of info on him and he seems to be somewhat famous in the medical world.
  47. I've been doing a lot of research and apparently the man died last year and was very important in the medical field.
  48. Thanks Poop.
  49. From what I've found he was famous for his research on strokes and also served as a doctor in a German POW camp in WWII.
  50. The pants had a name which I have ID'd to surgeon lieutenant command Charles Fisher.
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